About the AAA

The Annapolis Arts Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to all the arts in Annapolis, Maryland and the surrounding neighborhoods. Whether you are a professional or amateur artist, a patron of the arts, a visitor or a resident in our capital city, the creative arts enrich our lives.  The goal of the AAA is to provide one collective voice for anyone interested in or touched by arts.

Annapolis Arts Alliance Statement of Purpose:

The Annapolis Arts Alliance (AAA) provides a forum for members of our arts community to network, collaborate, polish creative skills, and showcase the rich artistic life of Greater Annapolis. The Alliance supports resource identification, information dissemination, arts education and event programs, and provides a collective voice for the Annapolis arts community.

AAA History:

The Annapolis Arts Alliance had its beginnings in 2003 when Mayor Ellen Moyer extended an invitation to a diverse group of locals involved in the arts community. She cast her net wide into the artistic world, bringing together representatives from visual arts, dance, music, theater, written word and the business community surrounding the arts.

A self-selected interim Board of Directors started meeting on October 14, 2003. Since then, the Annapolis Arts Alliance has incorporated and received non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.

Board of Directors:

Regular Board meetings are held at least eight times per year, and are on the first Wednesday of each month at 5:30pm. The meetings take place at locations within Annapolis. Our membership meetings, “Arty Parties” and events are open to members and guests.  Dates will be announced.

  • President: Elizabeth Ramirez
  • Vice President: Cindy Viener-Hoff
  • Secretary: Pamela Stevens
  • Treasurer: Tim Reath
  • Membership: Sonja Holleman
  • Networking: Kimberly Minear
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  • Board Member:  Natalie Lobe
  • Board Member:  Frank Brennan
  • Board Member:  Bill Donaldson
  • Board Member: Amelia Arria