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On Tuesday, June 23rd, the Baltimore Museum of Art hosted a Press Preview for the Sondheim Artscape Prize Finalists’ Exhibition, which is on view June 24th to August 9th, 2015. I was lucky enough to attend the Press Preview and get a sneak peak at the exhibition before it opened up to the public, and I am beyond impressed with the tremendous group of artists represented in this exhibition! Click through to see more photos and read my thoughts on the works included in this show.
A huge congratulations to Wickerham and Lomax!
On Saturday, July 11th, the winner(s) of this year’s Sondheim Artscape Prize, and recipients of the $25,000 grant were announced! The announcement was made at a special awards ceremony at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Click through to see some photos of the excitement. Read More →
On Thursday, July 9th, I was lucky enough to visit Benjamin Kelley’s studio to see some of his current projects and chat with him about his life and his work. Ben is a Sondheim Artscape Prize Finalist this year, and his work is currently on view in the finalists’ exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art until August 9th, 2015. To see more photos of his studio, his current projects, and to learn more about Ben, click through to read my thoughts on our studio visit and brief interview.
Maryland Art Place (MAP), in partnership with Cyberpoint International is seeking a female visual artist to create an artwork that will be part of Cyberpoint’s “Women in Cyber Security” reception this fall. The submission deadline is August 1st, 2015. Click through for full information.
Maryland Art Place (MAP) is partnering with Green Spring Station for it’s fall IMPACT project this year. MAP seeks an artist or team of artists to create an original temporary indoor installation comprised of items from the merchants of Green Spring Station. The submission deadline is August 15th, 2015. Click through for full information.
On Friday, June 19th, I attended the reception for three shows at School 33 Art Center, including the reception of “Waiting for Something to Happen”, a solo exhibition by Dominique Zeltzman, located in the Project Space on the second floor of School 33. This exhibition is on view until August 22nd, 2015. Click through to read about the exhibition and to view more photos of the exhibition.