Sketchbook, curated by René Treviño, made BmoreArt’s Top 10 Exhibitions of 2013!
Check out the rest of the fantastic list here: http://bmoreart.com/2013/12/game-changers-bmorearts-top-10-art-exhibits-of-2013.html
Plus, don’t miss Allison Gulick’s review of the show: http://bmoreart.com/2013/12/sketchbook-at-school-33-reviewed-by-allison-gulick.html
The Marianne Boesky Gallery will be hosting the Baltimore Artists + WPA + Mera Rubell = LOVE exhibition, part of the Select 2014 exhibition. This exhibition displays the work of Baltimore artists, chosen by the Co-Founder of the Rubbell Family Collection, Mera Rubell during her 36 hour studio visit marathon.
Congratulations to our participating artists:
Amanda Burnham, Michelle Dickson, Dave Eassa, Alex Ebstein, Cliff Evans, Sean FitzPatrick, Ryan Hoover, Jason Hughes, Tiffany Jones, Gary Kachadourian, Magnolia Laurie, Curtis Miller, Cara Ober, Rachel Rotenberg, Ginevra Shay, Jo Smail, Ryan Syrell, Alessandra Torres, and Stewart Watson
The opening reception will be on Saturday, January 11, 2014 from 6pm-8pm at the Marianne Boesky Gallery, 118 East 64th S, New York, NY 10065. No admission fee.
For additional information and gallery hours, visit wpadc.org.
Applications are available for the Baltimore Heritage Area Association Small Cap Grant and the 2015 Maryland Heritage Areas Authority Project Grants. These applications are open for submission for non-profit organizations, government entities, historic sites, and other attractions located within the boundaries of the Baltimore National Heritage Area.
For further details on the grant cycle, click here. You can also check out The Baltimore National Heritage Area’s Facebook page for updates.
Check out this wonderful review by Alison Gulick on the bmore<art> blog!
photo by Kim Llerena
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Make sure to stop by School 33 to see this fantastic exhibition before it closes!
SIGN PAINTERS a film by Faythe Levine and Sam Macon
MICA Design League is hosting Baltimore’s first screening of this movie.
“Sign Painters, the first anecdotal history of the craft, features the stories of more than two dozen sign painters working in cities throughout the United States. The documentary and book profiles sign painters young and old, from the new vanguard working solo to collaborative shops such as San Francisco’s New Bohemia Signs and New York’s Colossal Media’s Sky High Murals.”
This is the first and only scheduled screening of this movie in Baltimore. Free and open to the public! not to be missed!
Are you interested in teaching an art class at School 33? You’re in luck! We are now accepting proposals for community art classes and workshops to be taught here at the Art Center!
For more information and to submit a class proposal, visit: https://boparegistrations.wufoo.com/forms/school-33-class-proposal-form/