Prince George's County Department of Parks and Recreation

Events and Performances

Arts/ Harmony Hall Regional Center is available for rentals. To ensure up-to-date availability and pricing, please contact the Technical Director of Arts at Harmony Hall Regional Center at (301) 203-6070.

Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am-7:45pm Saturday, 10am-2pm Sunday Closed All exhibitions and receptions are FREE public events
RETROSPECTIVE: Dale Jackson

RETROSPECTIVE: Dale JacksonExhibit opens Monday, May 30-Friday, July 22
Retrospective: Dale Jackson

Retrospective: Dale JacksonDale Jackson, architect/artist presents a series of original paintings and sculptures dating back to the 1970s that show how his creative expression has evolved and matured. Jackson's body of work incorporates a strong use of color and forms to express novel concepts that are generated by his intuitive sense of design and African heritage.

All ages
FREE ADMISSION

ARTIST RECEPTION: Saturday, June 4, 2015, 3-5pm


Wednesday, July 6, 10:30 am
DO I HAVE TO PRACTICE?

DO I HAVE TO PRACTICE?How did a typical boy grow up to be a concert pianist?
In this music assembly, Kevin shares the different ways he made practicing fun as a child. Playing selections from his jazz and classical repertoire, he demonstrates just how far practicing can take you, encouraging would-be musicians to keep at it, and inspiring all students to persevere and achieve.

All ages
Tickets: $5

Wednesday, July 20, 10:30 am
THE MULTI-CULTURAL ROOTS OF ROCK AND RAP

THE MULTI-CULTURAL ROOTS OF ROCK AND RAPAmerican popular music has roots in many different cultures. Curtis brings history to life by performing musical instruments from around the world in this interactive show. Students learn how different cultures build instruments from resources in their environments and how their choices still influence music today.

All ages
Tickets: $5