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Department of Economic & Employment Depelopmentp.21

by David Mamet; and the Warner Brothers TV
Comedy Writers Workshop.

ADVISOKT COUNCIL
Vacancy, Chairperson

Appointed by Secretary of Economic & Employment
Development Tvith Governor's approval and Senate advice
& consent. David H. Foster; Maureen Lamb; Gregg
Mason; Desmond P. McElroy; Wilkins McNair, Jr.;
James G. Robinson; Shifra M. Rubin; John W. Tower;
Don Walls; Marda E. Wieder. Terms expire 1992.

Appointed by Senate President: American Joe
Miedusiewsld

Appointed by House Speaker: R. Charles Avara
333-6633

The Advisory Council to the Morion Picture and
Television Development Office consists of twelve
members representing both government and the
State's television and movie industry Ten are ap-
pointed by the Secretary of Economic and Employ-
ment Development with the Governor's approval and
Senate advice and consent. Two are General Assembly
members, appointed by the Senate President and the
House Speaker (Code 1957, Art. 83A, sec. 4-301).

MARYLAND STATE ARTS COUNCIL
Keren Davison Dement, Chairperson, 1992

Appointed by Governor in consultation with Secretary
of Economic &EmploymentDevehpment: Frenzela R.
Credle, 1991; ShirleyW. Giarritta, 1991; Thomas
W. W. Haines, 1991; Mary Ann E. Mears, 1991;
George Jenldns, 1992; Manervia W. Riddick, 1992;
Belva J. Scott, 1992; Charlotte Adier, 1993; Lucille
Clifton, 1993; James W. Flood, 1993; Marcia
Schofer Levey, 1993; Jack R- Schroeder, 1993.

Appointed by Senate President: Julian L. Lapides; one

vacancy.

Appointed by House Speaker: Pauline H. Menes; one
vacancy.

James Backas, Executive Director
Charles Camp, State Folklorist

15 W Mulberry St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 333-8232

The Maryland State Arts Council originated as the
Governor's Council on the Arts in Maryland, estab-
lished by Executive Order in 1966. The Maryland
State Arts Council was created by statute in 1967
(Chapter 644, Aces of 1967). Formerly under the
Department of Economic and Community Develop-
ment, the Council became part of the Department of
Economic and Employment Development in 1987
(Chapter 311, Acts of 1987).

The Council assists arrises and arts organizations
throughout the State and designs new or expanded
arts programs. Arts include but are not limited to
dance, drama, music drama, architecture, painting,
sculpture, graphics, crafts, photography, design,
film, television and creative writing (Code 1957,
Art. 83A, sec. 6-508). The Council makes grants to
individual artists, arts organizations, and county
arts councils. It also conducts programs of its own:
Slide Registry of Maryland Visual Artists, Fine Arts
in Public Places Program, Artists in Education Pro-
gram, Arts Facility Assistance Program, and Scare
Folklife Program.
Annually, the Council receives a National En-
dowment for the Arts grant for program support-
The Council has seventeen members. Thirteen
are appointed to three-year terms by the Governor
in consultation with the Secretary of Economic and
Employment Development. Two members (one a
member of the State Senate) are appointed by the
Senate President. Two members (one a member of
the House of Delegates) are appointed by the
House Speaker. Council members are chosen be-
cause of their participation in civic, educational, and
professional organizations concerned with or
engaged in the production of the performing, visual
or creative arts. Members also must represent all
geographic sections of the State (Code 1957, Art.
83A, sees. 6-501 through 6-509).

OFFICE OF SPORTS PROMOTION
Michael Marqua, Director

217 E. Redwood St.
Baltimore, MD 21202 333-6627

The Office of Sports Promotion was created
within the Department of Economic and Employ-
ment Development in 1987 (Chapter 311, Acts of
1987). Under the Division of Tourism and Promo-
tion, the Office promotes, sponsors, and publicizes
sporting events in Maryland.

ADVISOKT COMMISSION ON SPORTS
Louis J. Grasmick, Chairperson, 1991
Vacancy, Vice-Chairperson

Appointed by Governor (who also designates chair &
vice-chair): Thomas L. Bromwell, 1991; William T.
Endicott, 1991; John H. Snyder, 1991; Michael J.
Sprague, 1991; Harry J. Banahan, 1992; J. P. Blase
Cooke, 1992; Thomas Matte, 1992; Joseph B.
Sharpless, 1992; eight vacancies.

333-6627

The Advisory Commission on Sports was created
within the Department of Economic and Employ-
ment Development in 1988 (Chapter 11, Acts of
1988). The Commission investigates and collects in-
formation relating to the economic, fiscal and social

 



 
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