The Many Moons Festival 2010 was a great success. Close to 2,500 people joined us in the celebration of Asian arts and culture on September 12. Visitors came from all over Baltimore and the surrounding counties, and from neighboring states including Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Washington, D.C.
The festival included workshops and martial arts demonstrations. In addition, kids loved the arts and crafts, and puppet theatre. Visitors were able to enjoy the music and dance performances. Also, The Crossroads Marketplace presented crafts, healing arts, and delicious Asian cuisine. The gallery featured an inspiring and thought-provoking installation of contemporary art. Most importantly, families got to spend the day together, experiencing a blend of Asian culture that is unique in the region to the Many Moons Festival.
The responses were overwhelmingly positive. Read what people had to say about Many Moons 2010:
We thank the Planning Committee, Towson University staff, and over 100 volunteers for their dedication and hard work in the smooth operation of the Many Moons Festival.
We are gratetul to our sponsors and donors whose support made the Many Moons Festival possible.
This program is supported by Asian Arts & Culture Center members and grants from the Maryland State Arts Council (an agency funded by the State of Maryland and the National Endowment for the Arts), the Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences, the Macht Charitable Fund, McCormick & Co., Inc., TU Center for Student Diversity, TU Office for Diversity and Equal Opportunity, TU Division