Baltimore’s Patterson Theater was packed Saturday evening for the Creative Alliance’s Grand Marquee Ball. Costumed patrons jostled for position as the CA honored E.Scott Johnson and Terri Rubenstein for their unflagging support for the arts in Maryland.
Dressed as a mad hatter, Mark Steiner of WEAA bulleted Scott’s most recent arts accomplishments– reviving Maryland’s film incentive program which immediately netted three top shelf TV productions for Maryland including VEEP, House of Cards and Game Change, bringing back Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, and leading the Maryland State Arts Council. Among Johnson’s many accomplishments mentioned by Steiner are his background as a session musician, losing gear to a sunken recording studio barge, and voting every year as a member of The Recording Academy.
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