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Tim Horjus: Solo Exhibition. March 9, 2013 from 5:30pm until 7:30pm.
In his first large-scale, solo exhibition in Baltimore, Timothy Horjus presents work that evokes our current social and cultural reality by using the language of modernism in conjunction with traditional references to discuss our reliance on digitally-produced and transmitted information. He states, “I am attempting to evoke…the contemporary condition. This condition is one of awkwardness. We find our technology and culture increasingly pushing us away from ‘real’ experiences in lieu of digital ones, all the while we continue to utilize our digital devices to have more ‘human’ interactions.” Horjus’ exhibition closes with a performance by Elm City Dance Collective. The dance group presents Contemporanea, a piece conceived by Lindsey Bauer – dance artist, teacher, and choreographer. The work is inspired by the Brazilian martial art of capoeira, and incorporates elements of the art form with dance and music.
A Baltimore native and former Highlandtown resident, Lindsey Bauer holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in performance and choreography from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in performance and education from Towson University.
Timothy Horjus received his M.F.A. in May, 2010 from the University of Maryland College Park where he was a recipient of both the Ann Truitt Fellowship and the David C. Driskell Teaching Award. His work has been shown extensively in the Baltimore and Washington, DC area. He balances teaching at MICA with a studio practice, running his construction company, and reveling in his family.
Closing performance Sat Apr 13, 4-5pm: Contemporanea by Elm City Dance Collective.
The Creative Alliance 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Fifteen multidisciplinary artists examine the notion of indescribable human connection in EMP’s latest gallery show, Connect the Dots. Curated by dancer and choreographer, Erin Rehberg, the exhibition fuses dance, movement, visual art, video, and music into an electric limited-run event.
As always, EMP aims to erode stereotypes of the white-wall gallery setting and bring new work to audiences on a visceral level.
Connect the Dots
Gallery Opening: Friday, March 22, 7-11PM
Performances: Friday/Saturday, March 22-23, at 8PM
EMP, 307 W Baltimore Street
$5-10 suggested donation
From March 1 – 30, the Hamilton Gallery is brimming with incredible art made by the youngest artists in our community. We are so excited to host the 7th Annual Student Art Exhibit! Come by and show your support for our kids!
Hamilton Gallery is located at 5502 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21214
The gallery is open Thursday and Friday 5-9, Saturday 1-9.
Opening Reception: March 16th, 7-10pm
Gallery Four presents Stopgap, a solo exhibition of recent works by Baltimore artist Lisa Dillin. Through installation, sculpture, and participatory works, Stopgap explores the struggle between our animal instincts and the confines of living in a manufactured world where primitive desires are satiated; the natural world is brought inside, as water fountains become watering holes and sunshine flows from spray guns.
On Saturday, March 16th, 2013, Lisa will present a one-night only participatory work (you may want to bring a dark bathing suit in case supplies run out). Stopgap will be on exhibit through April 20th.
Gallery Four is a 10,000 sq. ft. facility featuring six live/work artist studios and a contemporary art exhibition space. Gallery Four is located in downtown Baltimore’s H&H building.
Please Join the Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC)
for a Regional Arts Forum
Please join MSAC for a regional arts meeting to help shape MSAC’s vision of the arts. The Maryland State Arts Council is developing our five year strategic plan for the arts and would like you to share your experiences and opinions.
We invite you to become involved in the process by attending a regional forum and reception. We hope you can join us.
There will be forums held across the state during March and April. The Baltimore area forum will be held on March 18, 2013, from 1:30pm – 4:00pm at the Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Avenue. To register visit: http://msacstrategicplanningbaltimore.eventbrite.com
The City of Baltimore, the Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts in collaboration with the Baltimore City Department of Transportation are seeking an artist or artist team to assist with the replacement of old crosswalks within the new Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District with something distinctive and artist designed that will be compliant with traffic and safety regulations. The project goal is to improve the pedestrian experience, give better definition to downtown’s Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District, and add an additional public art experience in the City’s third Arts & Entertainment District.
Please Click here for more information and a full copy of the RFP.
The New Greenmount West Community Association is now accepting proposals for paintings, stenciling, graffiti and street art on new plywood panels “the canvases” that will cover the windows and doors of the boarded up buildings on the 400 block of Lanvale Street. This project is funded by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation Spruce Up Grant that was recently awarded to the New Greenmount West Community Association.
Each artist will be asked to do art work on all 9 panels per row house. The selected artist will receive an honorarium of two hundred dollars $200 per row house. Artists can apply for multiple row houses. Primer and the plywood panels will be provided. Artist must prime panels, supply paint and additional supplies. Artists can pick up plywood panels and work in their own space or can utilize the Greenmount West Community Center to work. The plywood panels will be installed by others once painted by the artists.
Prospective artists are asked to submit a rendering of their design for the boards. The New Greenmount West Community Association respectfully requests that artists do not propose any artwork that includes profanity or racial slurs and no paste ups. While not required, including links or examples of previous work and/or an artist statement with your submission is highly encouraged.
Submissions due Friday March 29th, 2013 at 5:00 pm.
The Park Committee expects to announce the selected artists by the 1st week of April. Artwork on the plywood panels begins the 2nd week in April and is to be completed by mid May, 2013.
Please submit renderings to Sergio Martinez, Chair – Clean and Green Team NGWCA at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include in subject of email “Greenmount West Call for Artists”
You can email or call with questions (202) 468 2024 weekdays from 9:00AM to 5:00PM