A ONE-OF-A-KIND CENTER FOR LITERATURE, FINE ART AND
CULTURAL HERITAGE IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY
Known as HMAP, the Hyattstown Mill Arts Project operates out of historic Hyattstown Mill located in a rustic country setting near the historic town of Hyattstown, Maryland. The mill is about 25 miles northwest of Washington, DC. in Little Bennett Regional Park. The park is operated by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, and is located in northern Montgomery County, Maryland.
HMAP is a membership-based non-profit cultural arts organization dedicated to preserving the cultural and historical heritage of the region. HMAP is part of a close working partnership involving the Montgomery County Government, Little Bennett Regional Park and the Park and Planning Commission and seeks to embrace adjacent areas in nearby Frederick County, Maryland in its service to the greater Hyattstown region. The organization hosts fine art, music, literary, education and outreach activities throughout the year.
Saturday 29th at 2:00pm --- Folk Singer Shortbread
At 7:00 its BLACK | OUT with Chris D'Aquino, Johnny Jamison,
Sam Smisek, and Jacob Maughn
On Sunday 30th catch Elle Dimond's Band THE TRIO at 2:00
Pride in Prince George’s; A Photographic Journey by Michael F. Dwyer
A public exhibition of 60 photographic images, accompanied by appropriate contextual signage, of architectural structures, viewscapes, agricultural industries, and a way of life, that has been lost to contemporary urban expression. The images are from a photographic survey of Prince Georges County done by Mr. Dwyer in the early 1970’s. the exhibition will run from September 12 thru October 25, 2013 Produced by the Hyattstown Mill Arts Project and art program of the Greenbelt District Courthouse ,with assistance from the Maryland Humanities Council
Thursday, September 12, 2013
5– 7 p.m.
U.S. District Courthouse
6500 Cherrywood Lane