The 2nd annual Station North Salon Show is an unjuried all-inclusive exhibition of visual art created by artists from the greater Baltimore region. Please see below for participation guidelines and consider submitting your work on July 26th or 27th!

  • Art on view: August 2nd – August 30th, 2013
  • Art Drop Off: Friday, July 26th 5-8pm & Saturday, July 27th Noon-5pm at Single Carrot Theater, 1727 N Charles Street
  • Art Pick Up: Friday, September 6th 5-8pm & Saturday, September 7th Noon-5pm (location TBD)

Venues include:

• Liam Flynn’s Ale House
• Joe Squared
• Bohemian Coffee House
• Station North Arts Cafe
• Charles Theater
• The WindUp Space
• Station North Chicken Box
• Single Carrot Theater

Click here for more information!

The Small Business Resource Center (SBRC) is offering FREE workshops in a variety of topics this summer, including accounting, cash flow statement, basic digital photography, developing a business plan, mobile marketing, etc.

 ONLINE WORKSHOP REGISTRATION

You must register in order to attend.

View and register for all SBRC Workshops @

http://www.eventbrite.com/org/2092375817

 Workshop Location

 Small Business Resource Center

1101 East 33rd Street

Suite C 307

Johns Hopkins @ Eastern Campus

Baltimore MD 21218

443-451-7160

www.sbrcbaltimore.com

 

The Arts Program at University of Maryland University College announces a call to all artists in the region of Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, D.C., to submit entries for an exhibition scheduled for November 3, 2013–January 26, 2014, in the Main Gallery at the Inn and Conference Center in Adelphi, Maryland. The exhibition will include a full-color catalog with the works of all participants.

Current residents age 18 or older who live in the region and work in painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, fiber, glass, ceramics, wood, metal photography, and/or mixed media are invited to submit work for consideration. Best-of-Show will receive a solo exhibition in the 2014 season and a full-color catalog (approximately 40 pages) with invitations, press materials, an online exhibition, a reception, etc. Other prizes will also be awarded.

The jurors are Nona Martin, manager of public programs at the Smithsonian American Art Museum; Faheem Majeed, artist and director of undergraduate studies for art and art history at University of Illinois at Chicago; and Amy E. Raehse, executive director and curator at Goya Contemporary.

All work submitted must be original (no reproductions). All work must be suitably prepared for installation. The curator reserves the right to deny entry if any work is deemed not suitable for display or too difficult to install or has been altered from the image submitted for consideration. Entries must have been completed between 2010 through 2012.

Initial submissions must be high-resolution digital images of the works; no other format will be accepted. The application is available online at www.umuc.edu/art. The entry cost is $25 for up to two entries and an additional $10 for a third entry. See application for details! The deadline for submissions is Sunday, August 11, 2013. Questions? Contact Eric Key, director of the Arts Program, at 301-985-7937.

 

The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance presents a Brown Bag Lunch Session exploring two new programs: Artists U/Baltimore and the Urban Arts Leadership Program.

Artists U is a program founded and directed by Andrew Simonet in Philadelphia. Artists U is a grassroots, artist-run platform for changing the working conditions of artists. The program includes workshops and individualized planning sessions with artist facilitators.

The Urban Arts Leadership Program will provide similar professional development mentoring with a specific focus on supporting artists of color. The program is currently being developed by David D. Mitchell, who also serves as a facilitator for Artists U/Baltimore.

Date/time: Monday, June 17, noon

Location:  Arena Players, 801 McCulloh Street

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In 2013 and 2014, EUNIC Washington will partner with Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) for an ambitious 18 month project highlighting the positive role of culture in urban development. The BOPA , is the Arts Council for the City of Baltimore, addressing the needs of the arts community through arts and cultural activities and the development of grant programs. The Office also produces festivals, special events and promotions for the City.

Two opportunities are available to participate in the ongoing “Transit: Creative Placemaking in Baltimore” project:

EUNIC Washington DC Cluster – Culture and Communications Intern for Baltimore

EUNIC and BOPA “Transit” Public Art Residency

Constellation Thursday Night
Here & Now Party
July 25
5–9 p.m.
FREE ADMISSION
Join us as we shine a spotlight on Baltimore’s contemporary art scene. Experience
the Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize Finalists Exhibition and see photographs
of art in unexpected settings in Site Unseen. Gregory Vershbow. Two great
exhibitions, one unforgettable night.
featuring
· Mosaic Night Club Cash Bar
· DJ Jus-Spin
· Projections by 2011 Sondheim Prize Winner / filmmaker Matthew Porterfield
RSVP at http://herenow.eventbrite.com/ to receive a complimentary Stoli cocktail
and be entered to win an exclusive raffle prize!
Street parking or lot at the corner of Cathedral and Centre Streets.