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FUTURE HISTORY NOW

FORWARD THINKING THROUGH ART


Featured project: Benjamin franklin

A special project with kids of Stanton Community Center for Annapolis' 2017 mayoral inauguration


Today's History Matters!

 

"The various forms of art are in themselves the primary proof of human existence itself....unless you're talking about BONES! Unless our city can find a functional means to allow the stamp of the present to be made with reasonable freedom, then essentially the present has no future in history. We must shout out the value of our present as truthfully as we hope we have our past. TODAY'S HISTORY MATTERS!!"

Lilian Thomas Burwell

source: Laura Brino

source: Laura Brino

Future History Now is committed to making our community a viable place to live, work and play. Through the collaboration of at-risk youths and local, professional artists, FHN provides the opportunity to teach life skills necessary for success in school, work and life.


FOUNDERS

Jeff Huntington earned a Master of Fine Arts in 1997 from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1995 from the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC. His work has been exhibited internationally over the past 25 years and is currently represented by Porter Contemporary in New York City, Reyes+Davis in Washington, DC and The Annapolis Collection Gallery in Annapolis, MD. 

A native Annapolitan, Julia Gibb earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1995 at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC. She currently writes for Annapolis’ local art magazine, Up.St.Art, and has recently become an activist and arts advocate.

Photo by Matthew McDonald

Photo by Matthew McDonald

Today's History Matters!

"The various forms of art are in themselves the primary proof of human existence itself....unless you're talking about BONES! Unless our city can find a functional means to allow the stamp of the present to be made with reasonable freedom, then essentially the present has no future in history. We must shout out the value of our present as truthfully as we hope we have our past. TODAY'S HISTORY MATTERS!!"

Lilian Thomas Burwell