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405 East Oliver Street

The Dog and Pony Show

Reception: June 30

Exhibition:  June 24 – August 6, 2017

An exhibition of work by Sondheim Prize Finalist Alumni, celebrating the over 70 artists who share this common prestigious recognition.

Curators: Stewart Watson & Cara Ober



Baltimore Clayworks Gallery


5707 Smith Avenue


Reception: July 7, 6-8pm

Exhibition: July 8-August 26, 2017

An exhibition of large scale outdoor sculptural works.

Artist: Trisha Kyner & David Friedheim


Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower Gallery

21 South Eutaw St, Baltimore, MD 21201

Out of this World

Exhibition: February 25 – July 1, 2017

Each lithograph, screen print, or intaglio print in Out Of This World depicts a powerful woman–often a comedienne or an actress–moving amongst an inhospitable landscape.  Chris Mona’s prints are equal parts thoughtful research and feral disregard.  He investigates the elasticity of time, as figures marked by their era–Colonial Virginia to Powerhouse 1980’s–are transported to settings in other trajectories of time and space–deep-time Earth to sulfuric Venus.  In one print, swinging 60’s model Peggy Moffitt dances in a billowing couture dress on a comet nucleus recently visited by a European space probe; in another, actress Miranda Hart lounges in a Devonian Era landscape populated by earth’s first land plants.   

Artist: Chris Mona


C. Grimaldis Gallery

523 North Charles Street

Summer 17’

Reception: June 22, 6-8pm

Exhibition: June 22 – August 26, 2017

Grimaldis Gallery opens its 40th annual Summer exhibition to preview its upcoming exhibitions and to revisit the past season. “Summer ‘17” continues the gallery’s tradition of pulling artworks from its roster of represented artists for this group exhibition. The summer exhibition is an excellent way for newcomers and long-time friends of the gallery to experience C. Grimaldis Gallery’s mission of seeking out and presenting the most innovative artists in Baltimore and abroad who demonstrate a deep commitment to their artistic practice.
Curators: Constantine Grimaldis

Artists: Wesley Clark, Zoë Charlton, Graham Collins, Madeleine Dietz, Hasan Elahi, Alfonso Fernandez, Ben Marcin, Rania Matar, Beverly McIver, Christos Palios, John Ruppert, Annette Sauermann, Costas Varotsos, Colin Van Winkle, Diane Victor



Center for the Arts Gallery

7700 Osler Dr, Towson, MD 21204

Camp Artscape: Parents’ Day!

Reception: July 8, 2-4pm

Exhibition: July 8 – August 5, 2017

This exhibition plays on the 2017 Artscape theme of “camp” by bringing together local and regional artists working with fibers, craft and found materials, or within the themes of nature, games or performance inherent to such spaces.

Curators: Erin Lehman and J. Susan Isaacs

Artists: Laura Amussen, Damon Arhos, Kyle Bauer, Rachel Bone, Mary Baum, Lori Anne Boocks, Loring Boglioni, Travis Childer, Atsuko Chirikjian, Brent Crothers, Geoffrey Delanoy, Steven Dobbin, Anna Fine-Foer, Zoe Friedman, Alice Gadzinski, Gregory Hein, Reagen Lake, Mike McConnell, Greg McLemore, Renée Rendine, Janna Rice, Nicole Salimbene, Leslie Shellow, Molly Springfield, Dominic Terlizzi, Andrei Trach, Alice Valenti, Lars Westby, Evan West



Creative Alliance at The Patterson

3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224

The BIG Show & little BIG Show

Reception: June 24, 6-8pm

Exhibition: June 24 – July 29, 2017

Creative Alliance’s annual members’ exhibition allows ANY member to contribute one piece of art in this massive salon-style exhibition. The BIG Show was Creative Alliance’s first major program and continues to be an eclectic highlight of our summer schedule.

Curator: Jeremy Stern



Crystal Moll Gallery

1030 South Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21230

Still & Life Show

Reception: May 18, 6-8pm

Exhibition: May 3 – June 23, 2017

A group exhibition featuring 37 different artists on display, all depicting live subjects or still lifes.

Curator: Crystal Moll



Fleckenstein Gallery

3316 Keswick Rd, Baltimore, MD 21211

Inside / Outside

Reception: June 10, 5-8pm *Gallery Network Kick-Off Event*

Exhibition: June 3 – September 2, 2017

Painted Spaces by Zarina Z. and Alice Valenti
Curator: Terrie Fleckenstein and Leslie Shellow

Artists: Zarina Zuparkhodjaeva and Alice Valenti


Full Circle Gallery

33 East 21st St, Baltimore, MD 21218

Embedded Sources

Reception: June 17, 5-8pm

Exhibition: June 17 – July 29, 2017

Artists who employee the photographic medium to arrive at a non-photographic artwork or whom utilize the medium to illustrate another artistic or creative event before the lens..
Curators: Brian Miller

Artists: Damon Arhos, Stephanie Benassi, Jon Malis



The Gallery at CCBC Catonsville

800 South Rolling Rd, Baltimore, MD 21228

We The People…

Reception: July 7, 6-8pm

Exhibition: June 26 – September 22, 2017

Exhibition featuring works by artists that revolve around social and political issues and our rights to speak out in support of change, equality and justice.

Curator: 2017 Curation and Coordination Students: Bernard Bagalso, Ariel Cornish, W. Devaul Emmett, Carmen Estenssoro Zenteno, Cecily Roberts

Artists: Michael Borek, Hannah Brancato, Hasani Claxton, Susan Waters-Eller, Shaunte Gates, Jackie Hoysted, Kei Ito, Alejandro Orengo, Rene Trevino, Fahimeh Vahdat



The Gallery at CCBC Essex

7201 Rossville Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21237


Reception: July 14, 6-8pm

Exhibition: July 5 – September 8, 2017

Exhibition featuring works by artists that revolve around the theme of immigration from other countries, and migration (whether forced or voluntary) through the United States, focusing on the idea that we began as and are still a nation of immigrants.
Curator: 2017 Curation and Coordination Students: Bernard Bagalso, Ariel Cornish, W. Devaul Emmett, Carmen Estenssoro Zenteno, Cecily Roberts

Artists: Maria Theresa Fernandez, Julie Girardini, Gail Rebhan, Jerry Truong, Anna Tsouhlarakis, Fahimeh Vahdat



Hamilton Gallery // Hamilton Arts Collective

5502 Harford Rd, Baltimore, MD 21214


Reception: July 7, 5-9pm

Exhibition: July 7 – August 27, 2017

A vantage can be a place or position affording a good view, or metaphorically speaking a a viewpoint describing an artist’s interpretation of the world. Through their art practice artists construct and relate their formal and conceptual vantage points. Hamilton Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition “Vantage” featuring the work of Loring Boglioli, Linnea Tober, Theresa Rueter, Valerie Smith, Maxine Taylor, Bridget Z. Sullivan and the artist members of Hamilton Gallery. This exhibition explores the artists’ vantage  – the artists’ unique point of reference coupled with their distinct interpretation.
Curator: Bridget Z. Sullivan

Artists: Loring Boglioli, Linnea Tober, Theresa Rueter, Valerie Smith, Maxine Taylor, Bridget Z. Sullivan, Jude Asher, Schroeder Cherry, Ron Cohn, Donna DiSciullo, Marcus Dagold, Amy Klainer, James MacDonald, Stephen Majchrzak, Lynn Poshepny, Peter Smith, Richard Suliivan, Alex Vanicky


Make Studio

Schwing Art Center, 3326 Keswick Rd, Baltimore, MD 21211

In & Out the Window

Reception: August 5, 1-4pm

Exhibition: July 28 – August 11, 2017

Mixed media artist Madeline Becker is interested in the way that fences, doors, and windows divide people and mark boundaries. In her work, she stitches together boundaries out of paper, aluminum screen, pantyhose, discarded materials, and fabric, with hope and opportunities coming through such barriers in the form of light let through tiny windows. For this exhibition, Becker and Make Studio artists will present the results of their collaboration — a site-specific installation that harnesses light, transparency, architectural references, and unconventional materials to create an immersive environment for visitors. Selected, recent 2-D works by Make Studio artists will also be on-display. At the exhibition reception, Becker will lead a brief workshop-style/hands-on demonstration of her working techniques.Curator: Madeline Becker

Artists: Madeline Becker & Make Studio member artists


Motor House

120 W. North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201


Reception: July 20, 5-8pm

Exhibition: July 17 – September 4, 2017

The exhibition and events at the Motor House for Artscape 2017 are especially designed to compliment this year’s ‘camp’ theme. The Motor House “Camp-Along” is the physical site of this artistic adventure.  The exhibition is also about the state of mind, attitude, taste, style, form of expression or interpretation which often produces highly unusual, uniquely creative, exciting and challenging artistic extremes. The Motor House resident artists are especially adept at creating visual and performative disruptions that make strong, even outlandish commentary, on the world in which they live from a very personal of view. “Camp Along” invites the audience to engage and interact during Artscape through the reception, open house studios, exhibition and mini workshops and performances.  The Motor House artists will also host and showcase a wide range of local artists in their spaces during the Artscape weekend. This is a family friendly exhibition and the Motor House invites all the members of the Baltimore community and beyond to come and enjoy the Motor House “Camp Along”.

Artists: Jeffrey and Aisha Butler, Joyce J. Scott, Tim Wolfer, Annette Nylon, Mike McConnell, Ernest Shaw, Navasha Daya, Megan Lewis, Libby Format, Kim Loper, Syekong Design, Force and Brandi Lewis



126 North Madeira St, Baltimore, MD 21231


Reception: July 8, 5-8pm

Exhibition: July 6-29, 2017

An edge can be an end or a beginning.

Curator: Maxine Taylor

Artists: Mike McConnell, Jerry A. Gilmore, LaToya Hobbs, Beverly Ress, Jeremy Stern, How-well Toons, Val ‘Aleta’ Smith


Post Office Garage

439 East Preston Street

Motorcycles + Art IV

Reception: July 22, 7pm

Exhibition: July 21-29, 2017

Many of the people in the Baltimore motorcycle community are also artists. This event is about showcasing their work. We will have fine art, bikes, other wares made by local Baltimore motorcycle enthusiasts.Curator: Maureen Sullivan, Katy Clark, Stephanie Murdock, Jillian Erhardt

Artists: Roberta Hoffman, John Baumann, Chris Keaton, Kristi Metzger, Paul Mericle, Maureen Sullivan, Kyle Yarrington, Ramsay Barnes, Nicole LaDue, Sara Blankenburg, Monica Amneus, Stephanie Murdock, Katy Clark, Joe Shupp, Adam Jeffrey, Troy Destromp, Marcus Blount, Renee Tantillo, Justin Simmons


Rosenberg Gallery

Goucher College, 1021 Dulaney Valley Rd, Towson, MD 21204

Erin Fostel: The Weight of Absence

Reception: July 18, 6-8pm

Exhibition: June 10 – August 13, 2017

The architectural drawings Erin Fostel is currently working on came about through grieving the loss of her father in late 2014. He was an architect who enjoyed exploration, always interested in finding new ways to get from here to there. She wanted to create a body of work that served as both a commemoration of his life, and a relief from the heartbreak of his death. She started exploring parts of Baltimore City she did not know well. At some point, she began taking photographs of certain buildings and structures that caught her attention, ones she thought would have been of interest to her dad. These ruminations, explorations, and photographs have become the foundation for her new body of work. Fostel’s goal is not to simply document buildings. She wants to capture feeling, either her own somber feeling or a feeling she thinks a building can personify. She often manipulates the light and dark areas within her compositions, taking artistic liberties when applying the charcoal. As she has progressed in the series a desire to leave parts of the structures unfinished has developed, alluding to a sense of loss or emptiness. The challenge of balancing highly rendered areas with the underlying minimal framework of lines has become a focus, one that she anticipates will evolve as her exploration of the City continues to deepen. To leave the framework of the drawing visible is an attempt to reveal not only the immensity of the structure, but also the immensity of her grief.

Curator: Laura Amussen

Artists: Erin Fostel


School 33 Art Center

1427 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21230

2017 School 33 Art Center Studio Resident Biennial

Reception: July 7, 6-9pm

Exhibition: June 30 – August 19, 2017

Curator: Jackie Milad

Artists: Cheeny Celebrado-Royer, Taha Heydari, Amber Anderson, Rachel Guardiola, Lynn Cazabon, Tessea Antonis-Parr, Sylvie Van Helden, Tiffany Jones, Lauren Lyde, Amy Jean Boebel


Something to be looked at, Something to be used.

Reception: July 7, 6-9pm

Exhibition: June 30 – August 19, 2017

Curator: Melissa Webb

Artists: Giulia Piera Livi


A Solo Exhibition of Fiber Works by Ursula Populoh

Reception: July 7, 6-9pm

Exhibition: June 30 – August 19, 2017

Curator: Melissa Webb

Artist: Ursula Populoh



405 East Oliver St, Baltimore, MD 21202


Reception: July 21, 6:30-9:30pm

Exhibition: July 21 – August 26, 2017

Works engaging abstract painting.

 Curator: Tim Doud and Zoe Charlton

Artists: Paulo Arao, Rush Baker, Sharon Butler, Dan Devening, Sabina Ott


Terrault Contemporary

1515 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202

Through the Layers Pt. 1

Reception: July 8, 7-10pm

Exhibition: July 8-29, 2017

Antonio McAfee’s work addresses the complexity of representation. Through appropriating and manipulating portraits, he engages in prescribed views of individuals and rework images to provide an alternate – more layered image and concept of the people depicted. His photographs oscillate between formal considerations (modifying appearances and prints) and imaginary potential (establishing new back stories and roles) for the portraits.  The source of the artist’s current portraits (Counter-Archive Project) is The Exhibition of American Negroes organized by W.E.B. Du Bois, Thomas Calloway, and Historic Black Colleges for the Paris 1900 International Exposition. The exhibition was a photographic, economic, and legislative survey of middle-class blacks in Georgia.Curator: Terrault Gallery

Artists: Antonio McAfee


Top of the World Observation Level Gallery

World Trade Center, 27th Floor, 401 East Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202

Portrait Garden

Exhibition: October 1, 2016 – September 30, 2017

Portrait Garden is a literal and metaphorical garden of ‘portraits’ of eleven women incarcerated at Maryland Correctional Institution for Women in Jessup, MD. These ‘portraits’ consist of photographic images of plants—selected to represent each woman—along with audio interviews in which the women discuss their plant choices and their experiences with gardening past and present. The project is the result of an exchange between the artist and inmates that used environmental stewardship as a tool for self-reflection through the creation of perennial gardens on the prison grounds. Portrait Garden started in the summer of 2013 when Cazabon began working with women who volunteered to be part of the Maryland Green Prisons Initiative, a program created to bring nature into Maryland prisons by supporting partnerships between inmates and researchers outside of the prison system. The inmates selected for participation in Portrait Garden are serving sentences that range from 5 years to Life. 


Y:ART Gallery

3402 Gough Street


Reception: June 24, 6-9pm

Exhibition: June 21 – July 29, 2017

Jurors include Connie Imboden, Cara Ober, and Juli Yensho. The exhibition showcases Baltimore’s premier upcoming artists, reaffirming  Y:ART’s mission to support and promote the local arts.

Curator: Juli Yensho, Connie Imboden, Cara Ober

Artists: Edmond Praybe