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In images such as "Ocean Front," photographer Mark Rothkopf brings scenes from northern countries to Frederick.
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In images such as "Ocean Front," photographer Mark Rothkopf brings scenes from northern countries to Frederick.

August 5: Tyler Ward, Brynn Elliott, My Silent Bravery

Tonight you can hear three singers perform at Jammin’ Java in Vienna. Headliner indie pop singer Tyler Ward has collaborated with artists such a Plain White T’s, Jason Derulo and Lindsey Stirling. He’s currently on tour with Folk-Pop singer and guitarist Brynn Elliott. Rounding out the trio is power pop-alternative rocker Matthew Wade, also known as My Silent Bravery, whose 2011 album Can’t Quit was nominated by Indie Music Digest for CD of the Year. The show starts at 8 p.m.

August 5-31: A Photographer & A Painter

A Photographer & A Painter, a month-long exhibit featuring work by two local artists, is now on view at TAG of Frederick, formerly The Artists’ Gallery. Colleen Clapp explores color, rhythm and texture in her abstract landscape paintings, which she says represent a journey or “pilgrimage in progress” to an unknown place. Mark Rothkopf presents photos from past trips to Iceland and Canada.

Music: “The Way I Am” by Ingrid Michaelson

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