Back in 2011 eighteen Baltimore artists came together on the subject of time travel to create an eighty-eight page book . The artists in BTTA offer a unique cross-section of Baltimore talent: Dina Kelberman, Ben Claassen III, Eamon Espey, Kim Te, Rebecca Mock, Bat Favitsou Boulandi, Josh Van Horne, and Monica Gallagher, to name a few…
Now is the time to get in on Baltimore Time Travel Anthology 2!
Contact Melody Often for more details. Deadline is quickly approaching.
send 1 to 5 black and white TIFFs at 300 dpi to firstname.lastname@example.org
dimensions are 5″ x 8″ or 5.25″ x 8.25″ if you want full bleed
theme is still simply TIME TRAVEL
deadline is Monday, September 30th, 2013
Washington Project for the Arts has an open call for artists to sign up. They will select 36 artists from the total pool that enter.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: 36 Studios – Part 2 Charm City Edition
DEADLINE: Tuesday, October 1 at Midnight
STUDIO VISIT DATES: Saturday, October 26 at 6am through through Sunday, October 27 at 6pm
GEOGRAPHIC RESTRICTIONS: Participating artists must have a studio in the Baltimore area (inside I-695)
CONTACT: Blair Murphy, Program Director, 202-234-7103 x 1 or email@example.com
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (MdVLA) is offering an Art Law Clinic, a legal information service geared towards artists in the greater Baltimore and Maryland community, every other Saturday from 1-4 PM at City Arts, 440 East Oliver Street, in the Station North Arts & Entertainment District. Two volunteer lawyers meet with artists to discuss legal issues, such as business, copyright, or other legal questions regarding their work. Artists can arrange a 30-minute meeting. Contact MdVLA at (410) 752-1633 for more information.
Registration is now open for EMP Collective’s Cans n Drafts Fall Writing Workshop.
Cans n Drafts offers a relaxed environment for local writers of all genres and experience levels to congregate and share their gestating stories – from plays to poetry, books to film, and everywhere in between.
This fall, Cans n Drafts is FREE thanks to Free Fall Baltimore, so dust off your old notebooks, grab a BOH (or three), and sign up today.
Workshops will be held Tuesdays from 7-9pm, October 1 – November 5 and will culminate in a public reading of fresh works on Tuesday, November 5.