Wall Sculptures on View
This is the last week to see ARTFX's exhibit of ceramic wall sculptures by Jewell Gross Brenneman. The D.C. resident, who teaches ceramics at George Washington University, uses wet clay and the Japanese firing technique called raku to create abstract sculptures that have rough, natural textures and that can be hung. Brenneman is also known for using found objects, such as stamps, and adding text to simple shapes. 1 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays, 1-6 p.m. Sundays. Through next Thursday. ARTFX, 45 West St., Annapolis. Free. 410-990-4540 or www.geocities.com/artfx_in_annapolis
Festival With Latino Focus
The Annapolis Latin Festival will celebrate Anne Arundel County's Latino culture. The event will include a children's singalong with musician and singer Francisco Witt. Witt will perform, teach youngsters how to play an instrument and invite some to play onstage. The festival also will feature face painting and live music by the Merletti Trio, Fabian Carrera, Pachamama, Pat Alban and ERV (Edwin R. Vallejos). The festival starts tomorrow night with a gala from 6 to 11 at the Annapolis Radisson Hotel, 210 Holiday Ct., Annapolis. It will include Latin American cuisine and live and silent auctions. Tickets cost $75. The festival will continue Saturday with live music at the City Dock from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Proceeds support the Association of Latino Marylanders of Anne Arundel, or ALMA. City Dock, Annapolis. Free. 443-506-1769.
String Concert in Easton
The Haydn Trio Eisenstadt -- Harald Kosik, Verena Stourzh and Hannes Gradwohl -- will perform Haydn's Trio in E-flat, Beethoven's Trio in D and Schubert's Trio in E-flat Tuesday during the World Artists Experiences' latest concert in Easton. The Austria-based group performs classical works on piano, cello and violin. It recently released a CD of piano trios and is working on another CD project, scheduled for release in 2009, the bicentennial of Haydn's death. The Haydn Trio Eisenstadt will perform in Annapolis on Oct. 4 at St. John's College. 7 p.m. Tuesday. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover St., Easton. Donations accepted. 410-647-4482 or www.worldartists.org.