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Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts


The centerpiece of Maryland Hall’s Founder’s Green is the labyrinth, which also features an artist’s circle, a majestic elm tree and benches for reflection.

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Labyrinth

801 Chase Street,
Annapolis, MD 21401
http://www.marylandhall.org/labyrinth

The centerpiece of Maryland Hall’s Founder’s Green is the labyrinth, which also features an artist’s circle, a majestic elm tree and benches for reflection. Maryland Hall’s labyrinth was constructed in 2002, and is a replica of that inlaid in the floor of Notre Dame de Chartres Cathedral outside Paris. The Artist’s Circle sits on the opposite side of the labyrinth, and is a circular area that is usedby artists and arts classes on a regular basis and by visitors who come to reflect, meditate and enjoy the outdoors. Much of the Maryland Hall community, including students, teachers, parents and neighbors, enjoy the labyrinth, bench and artist’s circle year round. The space is within walking distance of the Bates Middle School community, the Spa Creek Trail, and the greater Annapolis community.

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Emily Kohlenstein

A lifelong nature enthusiast, artist and arts therapy advocate—one could say that the Firesoul-road was paved early on Emily Kohlenstein. Currently serving as the Exhibitions Coordinator for the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Emily serves many curatorial roles for the arts center—working to ensure thematic consistency across all spaces, both inside and out. On…

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