School 33 Art Center has been awarded an Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Grant from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. The $100,000 grant will help to fund four projects designed to transform the center and expand community outreach over the next two years. School 33 and eight other arts organizations were chosen from a total of 85 applicants.

In the news:

Call for Art!

Perception & Ability is an exhibition that will address the negative perceptions caused by labeling a person’s ability. Artists will respond in a contemporary manner and the work will be installed at Johns Hopkins University’s Evergreen Museum & Library, which will respond to the experience of the house’s one-time-owner Ambassador John Work Garrett (1872-1942) in an historic manner.

Perception & Ability will open March 10, with a reception on March 12, and close on May 26, 2013. Deadline for submission is December 30, 2012. Submissions will be reviewed by a jury in January.  Application HERE.

CALL FOR ENTRY:  MAP’s 2013 speakers program THIRTY: 30 Creative Minds Under 30 will consist of a series of monthly talks featuring thirty emerging Baltimore artists under the age of thirty. This will be a mentoring program: Program Advisory Committee members and MAP staff will assist selected artists on the development of their presentation.

Contact Ann Raehse for more information at 410-366-2001

 

Artist, Vincent Valerio, has just announced the opening of  Pinebox Art Center, a new art venue in the Highlandtown Arts & Entertainment District.   Check their website for artist opportunities and upcoming shows.  Pinebox is also accepting applications for their studio artist program.  PAC is located in the beautifully renovated King Cork and Seal Building at 101 N. Haven St. Suite 102, Baltimore, MD 21224.

You can find them on Facebook here.

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