The art of Jeramie Bellmay at Mr. Rains Fun House at The American Visionary Art Museum. Opening Reception: Thursday, January 17th, 7PM – 9PM
Join us for Lola B. Pierson’s new hit play, Office Ladies, a hilarious and touching rumination on work, love, ambition, obsession, ants, and the atomic bomb. Directed by by Ms. Pierson, with original music by Alex Scally of the Baltimore-based band, Beach House.
Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 6 through 15, at The Great Hall at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 1900 St. Paul Street, Baltimore.
Leah Englund Brick, Alexandra Goldstein, Sophie Hinderberger, Deirdre McAllister, Jenna Rossman, Caitlin Weaver
Musicians: Alex Scally & Stephen Strohmeier
Choreography: Sarah Fask
Set Design: Ryan Haase
Lighting Design: Eric Nightengale
Costume Design: Cynthia Wham
Produced in association with the Towson University MFA in Theatre.
Collaboratively adapted by the Baltimore Annex Theater from the reality obliterating novel by Phillip K Dick.
Showtimes: December 13, 2012, 8:00 PM – December 30, 2012, 8:00 PM
Planning for Artscape 2013 is underway and once again we are looking for artists to transform Charles Street into an exciting and interactive corridor of visual arts. The festival will have an International theme and we’re looking forward to seeing your visual, performing and interactive ideas come to life at Artscape. The festival will take place July 19-23, 2013 in Baltimore. View and download the Call for Artists HERE!
Time: 11:00am – 4:00pm
1700-D Union Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Local art lovers, The Free Agency, set up a cool pop up gallery in an old Hampden Pharmacy showcasing affordable art from a number of local artists. The opening on Friday, Nov. 30th, drew a large crowd to the funky spot which still had details of its past as a drug store. They promise to have weekend hours and DJs every Friday through the month of December.
The Free Agency is also looking for artists. Call for artists HERE.
The Pharmacy – 801 W 36th St, Baltimore MD 21211 in Hampden on the corner of 36th and Chestnut.
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.