Mad Violinist

Environmental Public Art Project
The Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council (PGAHC) and the Prince George’s County Department of Environmental Resources (DER) have partnered in the County’s first Environmental Public Art Program (EPAP). The first installation will be placed in a prominent location at DER’s new headquarters in Largo. The project plans invite multiple sites in collaboration with cities, municipalities and community organizations throughout the County.
Two Art in Public Places Opportunities
Prince George’s County Art in Public Places Program has two requests for qualifications (RFQ). These public art opportunities pertain to the Laurel Library and the District VII Police Station, Fort Washington. Details can be found on the PGAHC Public Art page or by downloading the RFQs below.
Download Laurel Library RFQ
Download District VII Police Station RFQ.
Serving the Emergent Market Series
Register today to attend a series of workshops led by professional consultants this October/November on a variety of in-demand topics.

Coordinated by the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation, this Small Business Assistance Program is provided free-of-charge to County residents or County-based businesses as detailed below; and is designed to provide engaging, constructive, professional consultations to area small business owners. Download registration and schedule here

This program is open to businesses in the Route 1 Corridor (Gateway Arts District and Riverdale Park), Prince George’s Plaza Transit District, and West Hyattsville Transit District.
a Small Business Assistance Program from the Hyattsville CDC.
Creative Edge Launched Innovation Studio with Film Industry Workshop Series
Two educational and community-building workshops sponsored by Prince George’s County Film Office.

Innovation Studio Workshop: The Nuts & Bolts of Film Production in Maryland – October 25 from 9am – 11am at Busboys & Poets @ Hyattsville Maryland Film Office Director, Jack Gerbes leads a first rate panel during this workshop.
Address: Busboys & Poets @ Hyattsville, 5331 Baltimore Avenue, Hyattsville, MD 20781

Innovation Studio Workshop: Finding Your Story November 22 from 10am – 1pm at Hornbake Library, University of Maryland College Park Kathryn Washington, Director of Diversity & Innovation, Corporation for Public Broadcasting will be your expert guide
for a professional development workshop. Download the full press release

Financial Empowerment Training

In this informative workshop, our experts will help you to understand the various purposes for which a business valuation may be required. This is to include: tax purposes (gifts / estates), non-tax purposes (purchases / sales / mergers), regulatory purposes (IRS / DOL / SASB), litigation purposes (shareholder-partner disputes / divorce).
Register for this workshop.
PNC Sponsored Training Center located at:
FSC First Office
1801 McCormick Drive, Suite 300
Largo, MD 20774
Upcoming Events