May 26, 2017 College of Arts and Humanities | The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
The Clarice & Philadelphia group open downtown performance venue.
By Lauren Brown | Terp Magazine
"Whether they’re scanning the menu or the schedule, guests at College Park’s new dining, art and performance venue will discover something eclectic.
"MilkBoy ArtHouse, a collaboration between the Philadelphia entertainment firm MilkBoy and the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, has transformed the former Barking Dog (or Thirsty Turtle or Terrapin Station, depending on your generation) on Baltimore Avenue into a funky, contemporary space.
"Part of the Greater College Park initiative to expand academic, research and residential amenities, MilkBoy ArtHouse is partnering with campus and community groups, from TerpPoets and WMUC to the College Park Arts Exchange, and will feature live music from regional bands this fall."
Read the complete article in Terp Magazine.
Photo by Geoff Sheil via The Hyattsville Wire.
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