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24apr- 19mayAll DayPink Milk

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By Ariel Zetina

April 24 – May 19,2019
Thursdays – Saturdays at 8:00pm
Sundays at 3:00pm

Note: There will be no late seating for performances ofPink Milk.

Pay-What-You-Can Previews:April 24 & 25
Industry & Community Premiere:April 26
Gala & Opening:April 27

Once upon a time,there was a boy called Alan who dreamed in Technicolor.In this modern take on the life of renowned codebreaker Alan Turing,electrifying music and a surreal text take us to the heart of a genius who longed for connection in a world he couldn't understand.The psychedelic and strange weave together to create a deeply human story of love,loss,creation,and destruction.Find the man behind the machines in this rich fantasy of poisoned apples,loving robots,and the father of the modern computer.Regional Premiere.

Time

April 24 (Wednesday) - May 19 (Sunday)

Location

Single Carrot Theatre

2600 North Howard Street,Baltimore MD 21218

2may- 26All DayHow to Catch Creation

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FROM LOVE TO ART AND BACK AGAIN

In the mid-1960s,a young writer's life turns upside down when her girlfriend drops some unexpected news.Even 50 years later,the reverberations of that moment,and its unexpected consequences,still echo in the intersecting lives of four individuals caught up in a rapidly changing world.This is a bittersweet story of finding and following our passions from Christina Anderson,winner of the Lorraine Hansberry Award.This world-premiere play that explores the universal act of creation—of life,of family,of art—spans space and time to inspire a new generation of makers and lovers.

Content Advisory: This lyrical story 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about love,second chances,and fatherhood includes some adult language and topics more appropriate for middle schoolers and beyond.

Time

may 2 (Thursday) - 26 (Sunday)

Location

Baltimore Center Stage

700 North Calvert Street,Baltimore MD 21202

6may4:30 pm- 6:30 pmSenior Thesis ExhibitionArtists' Reception

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The Senior Thesis Exhibition showcases the work of Sabine Hern-Nagle,Esther Jones,Caroline O'Donnell,and Nia Willis,four seniors graduating from the Art department.Works include oil paintings,works on paper,illustrations,mixed media pieces,和一个艺术历史论文。The students are working with concepts such as myths and fables,power and the human form,the intersection of psychology and art,and the reclamation of the gaze.

Artists' Reception:Monday,May 6,2019,from 4:30 to 6:30pm
Exhibition Dates:May 6 through May 19,2019

Time

(Monday) 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Location

Gormley Gallery

Notre Dame of Maryland University,4701 North Charles Street,Baltimore MD 21204

6may7:00 pmMore Art UpstairsQ&A with Director Jody Hassett Sanchez to follow the film

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For three 188bet亚洲滚球与投注weeks in September,beer-fueled debates in the bars of one Michigan town aren't 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about sports and politics but art.Hundreds of thousands of people come to Grand Rapids to engage with blue-chip artists in ways that rarely happen at Art Basel or other established art events,unless you're a major collector or critic.

More Art Upstairsfollows four accomplished artists as they compete at ArtPrize,a populist experiment that's challenging the art world's hierarchy by giving the public the power to decide which art will win almost half the $500,000 in prize money.

What attracts our artists is the chance to win this public vote,but also to gain exposure to some of the country's top art critics,who dash into town to select which art will win the rest of the prize money.Local bistros,bars,and abandoned buildings showcase the work – more than 1500 creations – and the artists are compelled to be outgoing.They stand next to their art all day,talking to people who are often experiencing contemporary art for the first time.

With unmatched access to artists,organizers,jurors,and visitors,the film captures the entire wild ride of this competition.The result – a thoughtful yet exuberant experience 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about this curious confluence of paintings,populism,and the notion that art can express something important 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about what it means to be human.

"Both sides of the art-appreciation spectrum are represented;虽然他们不同意,they get a glimpse into the other's point of view…You'll be rooting for your favorites and perhaps examining your own preconceptions of what art is,what it does and whom it's meant for."
– Peter Keough,The Boston Globe

Directed by Jody Hassett Sanchez,77 min,English

Followed by discussion with Director Jody Hassett Sanchez.

Filmmaker-journalist Jody Hassett Sanchez's focus is the intersection/collision of faith and culture.Her first documentary was broadcast in 60+ countries,screened on 1000+ campuses,selected for IFP's Filmmakers Lab,and the State Department's international cultural program.She covered religion,art,and education for ABC's "World News Tonight" and "Nightline" and was a senior producer of CNN's "Cold War Postscript," a 24-part documentary style program filmed in 14 countries.She also created a 188bet亚洲滚球与投注weekly art program on CNN International which sparked many of the questions explored in More Art Upstairs.

Time

(Monday) 7:00 pm

Location

The Creative Alliance

3134 Eastern Avenue,Baltimore MD 21224

7may- 23junAll DayQueens Girl in the World

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Performed for the first time as a two-play repertory with Caleen'sQueens Girl in Africa,Queens Girl in the Worldchronicles the misadventures of bright-eyed,brown-skinned Jacqueline Marie Butler,whose sudden transfer from a protective,middle class late-1950s upbringing in Queens to a progressive,predominantly-Jewish private school in Greenwich Village,adds comical confusion to her already quizzical,fish-out-of-water adolescence.Lively and poignant—and punctuated with the irresistible sound of Motown—Queens Girl in the World tags along for a young woman's journey of self-discovery,at the onset of Civil Rights-era social change.

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May 7 (Tuesday) - June 23 (Sunday)

7may5:00 pm- 7:00 pm#BCANSelfCare188bet亚洲滚球与投注Week | Secure Your Future | Personal Finance with Bobby Harris

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#BCANSelfCare188bet亚洲滚球与投注Week | Day 1

Secure Your Future – Personal Finance with Bobby Harris

Financial advisor Bobby Harris will be on hand to present the in's and out's of getting your personal finances in check!Light refreshments to be provided featuring complimentary wine fromOff The Rox!

Tuesday,May 7th | 5p-7p

At BCAN HQ located at 1200 W Mt Royal Ave Baltimore,MD 21217

Time

(Tuesday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location

Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network

1200 West Mt.Royal Avenue,Baltimore 21217

7may7:00 pmThe ABCs of ▲ ■ ● The Bauhaus and Design Theory

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The ABCs of ▲ ■ ●,first published in 1991,has been reissued by Princeton Architectural Press in a beautiful hardcover edition.Edited and designed by Ellen Lupton and Abbott Miller,the book traces the origins and impact of the Bauhaus in relation to design,psychoanalysis,geometry,early childhood education,and popular culture.The text is an exploration of the school's aims and achievements,while the book itself is a manifesto of Bauhaus ideals,synthesizing editorial concept,typography,and craftsmanship.
This collector's volume celebrates the Bauhaus centenary.

Time

(Tuesday) 7:00 pm

Location

The Ivy Bookshop

6080 Falls Road,Baltimore MD 21209

8may- 12All Day21st Maryland Film Festival

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Whether you're a film buff or casual moviegoer,The Maryland Film Festival will leave you inspired!

"For the span of a few days,the center of cinematic gravity had shifted from wherever you'd usually look for it (Hollywood,New York,Paris) to Baltimore." — Richard Brody,Film Critic at The New Yorker

Click Here to Explore the 2019 Festival Film Guide!

Last year,Festivalattendees were among the first in the world to see"Won't You Be My Neighbor?," "Madeline's Madeline," "The Miseducation of Cameron Post" and "First Reformed" — long before they appeared on countless BEST OF 2018 lists.

The Festival hub will be the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway,the1915 movie house that returned in 2017 as Baltimore's centerpiece for film appreciation and education.

In the past,the Festival has hosted famed directorsincluding Barry Levinson,Kathryn Bigelow,Melvin Van Peebles,Greta Gerwig,Jonathan Demme,Alex Gibney,Barry Jenkins,Matthew Porterfield,David Lowery,Kris & Joe Swanberg and Lena Dunham.

For more information on the Maryland Film Festival and to learn how youcan experience everything the Festival has to offerwith an ALL-ACCESS PASS,click the blue button below!

Time

may 8 (Wednesday) - 12 (Sunday)

Location

Station North Arts + Entertainment District

8may12:00 pm- 2:00 pm#BCANSelfCare188bet亚洲滚球与投注Week | Stay Nourished!| A Snack and Chat with Krystal Mack

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#BCANSelfCare188bet亚洲滚球与投注Week | Day 2

Stay Nourished!A Snack and Chat with Krystal Mack

Eating right can give you the fuel you need to succeed.

From meetings to late night e-mails – #EntrepreneurLife is often go go go!Join chef and artisanKrystal Mackand learn how to craft your own yummy and nutrient-rich nibbles to keep you feeling charged up.

Wednesday,May 8th | Noon-2p

At BCAN HQ located at 1200 W Mt Royal Ave Baltimore,MD 21217

Time

(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Location

Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network

1200 West Mt.Royal Avenue,Baltimore 21217

8may5:30 pm- 8:00 pmDesign Conversation #99: Flourish - South Baltimore's Waterfront

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Hosted in conjunction with the AIA Baltimore/Baltimore Architecture Foundation's Spring Lecture Series on ‘Edge: Harbor and City' and with APA Maryland.
How does the waterfront work for South Baltimore's neighborhoods?What's happening on the frontiers of equitable community development?

We'll talk community development,access,health,and vision on the Middle Branch,and in Curtis Bay and Westport,with Parks & People Foundation,United Workers and the Filbert Street Garden,and the Westport CEDC.

Topics will include:
Parks & People's and the City's innovative competition for a vision for the Middle Branch.
How the community land trust movement is creating real estate opportunities for long time residents.
How the City's waste,water,and transportation policies affect industrial waterfront communities.
How communities gain equitable access to the working waterfront.

Time

(Wednesday) 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Motor House

120 West North Avenue,Baltimore MD 21201

9mayAll DayJ.M Giordano: ShutteredExhibition Opening Day

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From 1887 to 2012,the Bethlehem Steel mill at Sparrows Point provided steady if dangerous work for tens of thousands of men and women.Steelmaking was more than just a job to these workers—it was a way of life that built stable communities,strong human bonds,and a unique industrial landscape.With the shuttering of the Point's blast furnaces,the world inhabited by local steel workers took a number of hits,and the effects continue to reverberate today.The grandson of a steel worker,photographer J.M.Giordano has spent more than 15 years capturing the impact of the mill's decline and closure on his hometown of Baltimore.What do you do,Giordano asks,when the only lifestyle you've ever known—an industrial lifestyle passed down by family,friends,and coworkers for generations—becomes obsolete?

This question follows visitors as they explore the new exhibitionShuttered: Images from the Fall of Bethlehem Steelopening May 9 at the Baltimore Museum of Industry.  Featuring original photos by Giordano,the exhibition is comprised of four areas—the mill,workers,the union,and the community.  When the mill fell into bankruptcy and finally shuttered operations in 2012,it displaced thousands of workers,and many lost the pensions,healthcare,and benefits they had been promised.Much of the labor force never recovered from the loss of the steady and well-paying jobs that the mill once offered,and the photographs of this hopelessness are haunting."After decades of working in the mills,these people had the carpet pulled out from under them," says Giordano,who began working on the project in 2004,capturing portraits of retired steelworkers as a reporter for the Dundalk Eagle.

BMI curator Joseph Abel concurs,"As a museum that is focused on work,this exhibition is an opportunity to look at what happens when there is an absence of work,and what impact that has on a community.  The loss of steel jobs in Baltimore was devastating,and we continue to see the effects today in the form of long-term joblessness,substance abuse,and economic despair."

J.M.Giordano is an award-winning photojournalist and co-host of the photojournalism podcast,10 Frames Per Second.His work has been featured in Playboy,GQ,The Observer New Review Sunday Magazine,The Guardian,The Telegraph,Washington Post,The Baltimore City Paper,i-D Magazine,Discovery Channel Inc.,Rolling-Stone,XLR8R.His work,from the Struggle series is in the permanent collections at the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and the Reginald Lewis Museum.In 2015 he was short-listed for the National Gallery's Outwin Boochever Portrait Prize.

The exhibition was made possible with generous support from Howard Bank and the Delaplaine Foundation.

Time

All Day (Thursday)

Location

Baltimor Museum of Industry

1415 Key Highway,Baltimore MD 21230

9may- 19All DayTwisted Melodies

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TWISTED MELODIES RETURNS!

The incredibly popular one-man show 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about Donny Hathaway is returning to our stage for a limited run,May 9 through May 19,2019.Plus,the incredible Kelvin Roston,Jr.returns to brilliantly embody this role.

A MUSICAL HOMAGE TO A SOULFUL LEGEND

Produced by Baltimore Center Stage and Congo Square Theatre Company in association with The Apollo Theater and Mosaic Theater Company of DC,BCS welcomes back this powerful one-man show,based on the life of '70s soul singer and composer Donny Hathaway,perhaps best known for his duets with Roberta Flack "The Closer I Get to You" and "Where is the Love?"Twisted Melodiesis an immersive and crushing play 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about the brilliant musician's compelling inner struggle.Torn between the muses that inspire him and the mental illness that torments him,Hathaway evaluates the choices in his life in a gripping performance by Kelvin Roston,Jr.

"Brilliant portrayal givesTwisted Melodiessoul."—Baltimore Sun

Content Advisory: A one-man show based on the genius and decline of Donny Hathaway may be enjoyed by theatergoers in middle school audiences and up.

Approximate runtime is 1 hour and 40 minutes.There is no intermission.

Time

may 9 (Thursday) - 19 (Sunday)

Location

Center Stage

700 North Calvert Street,Baltimore MD 21202

9may4:00 pm2019 Maryland Film Festival "Balti-Shorts"

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Today the 2019 Maryland Film Festival announces its full slate of short films,screening May 8-12 in Baltimore's Station North  — including a brand new program of Baltimore-made short films,"Balti-Shorts."

Comprised of three documentaries and two narratives,the program presents these films in conversation with one another 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about our beloved city.

Each film exposes the individual threads woven into the rich tapestry of Baltimore life and reflects the many forces that shape and take shape in our beautiful,vibrant and oft-beleaguered Charm City.  As with all North American films in the festival,all Balti-Shorts will be hosted by the directors.

The Balti-Shorts program will screen on Thursday,May 9 at 4 p.m.in Theater 1 at the SNF Parkway Theatre,and Saturday,May 11 at 4:30 p.m.in Falvey Hall at the MICA Brown Center.

In all,there are 13 shorts programs featuring grand total of 105 films,including 18 World Premieres,2 North American Premieres and 5 U.S.Premieres!

As always,the OPENING NIGHT SHORTS program features selections specially chosen by our programming team for an epic kickoff to the 2019 Festival.

Tickets are on sale NOW at:https://mdfilmfest.com/2019-film-guide/

The Films of Balti-Shorts

BodyMore
Directed by Darren Mallett
Narrative

BodyMore follows activist Carrie Cook as she returns home to Baltimore to protest the police in a brutal killing.A wild party sets off a series of intimate betrayals that complicate her quest for justice.

Deserted
Directed by Emily Stubb
Documentary

World Premiere
In the world's wealthiest country,access to healthy food should be a basic human right.In Baltimore City,many neighborhoods offer limited nutritious options for residents.This film attempts to raise awareness through the stories of people working to make a difference.

Finding Phoebe

Directed by Sade Clacken Joseph
Narrative

A 17-year-old girl struggles to find her way in the streets of West Baltimore,while balancing the toxicity of an unstructured home and falling in love for the first time.

Gun Show
Directed by Richard Chisolm
Documentary
World Premiere

After assembling mock assault rifles out of everyday found objects,sculptor David Hess goes on the road to explore America's obsession with guns.Gun Show is a film 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about the power of art to advance a conversation.

SAGE
Directed by Gabe Dinsmoore
Documentary
World Premiere

How Erricka Bridgeford  is changing the violence prevention movement one homicide at a time

The Shorts Programs of the 2019 Maryland Film Festival Are:

Opening Night Shorts
Wednesday,May 8 at 8 p.m.
MdFF's signature Opening Night Shorts Gala is curated from the finest in short films that come into our orbit in a given year.

Balti-Shorts
Thursday,May 9 at 4 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 4:30 p.m.
A collection of short films 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about Baltimore that reflect life in Charm City

Narrative Shorts

Thursday,May 9 at 5 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 4:30 p.m.
This dynamic,globetrotting collection of shorts offers supremely enjoyable episodes of storytelling in brief.Those on the hunt for engaging tales told from beginning to end,need not look beyond this showcase of narrative skill and rigor.

Altered States Shorts
Thursday,May 9 at 7:30 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 9:15 p.m.
A collection of mind-expanding short films guaranteed to take you on a psychedelic journey through the darkness and the light.

Comedy Shorts
Thursday,May 9 at 10:15 p.m.,Friday,May 10 at 9:45 p.m.and Sunday,May 12 at 4:30 p.m.
Sometimes tears are from laughing so hard you cry,and sometimes they're from crying so hard you eventually have to laugh.Whether fueled by chuckles found in the absurd,or the painful truths hidden in dark humor,these shorts are sometimes funny "haha" and sometimes funny "oh no!"

One WTFs,The Other Doesn't… Shorts
Thursday May 9 at 11:15 p.m.,Friday,May 10 at 10 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 9:45 p.m.
Hilarious,perplexing,and boldly transgressive in equal measure,MdFFs signature WTF Shorts offer a uniquely invigorating ride that won't easily be forgotten.As is our tradition,the block adapts its name from a cult cinema landmark which celebrates the equally singular and frequently unclassifiable films within.

Character Study Shorts

Friday May 10 at 11:30 a.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 7 p.m.
This captivating assortment focuses on incisive,character-driven narratives,showcasing an array of personalities and varied lives on screen.

Charged Spaces Shorts
Friday,May 10 at 1:45 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 1:30 p.m.
These dramatic gems envelop characters within contentious and powerfully resonant scenes.In them,figures combat physical threats,rehashed memories,and awkward exchanges.Punctuated by dashes of laughter,Charged Spaces is high on drama,but also vibrantly human.

Documentary Shorts
Friday,May 10 at 2:15 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 11 a.m.
An eclectic array of short-form non-fiction films encompassing a variety of vérité—the difficulties of expressing male intimacy,century-old unexploded ordnance,street photography in the age of social media,obsessive audiophiles,wildfire fallout and the triumph of trauma survival.

Animated Shorts
Friday May 10 at 4:45 p.m.and Sunday,May 12 at 2 p.m.
A rich collection of animated shorts produced using a broad range of techniques,from the painstakingly handmade to the meticulously digital.These films bring visual pleasures and splendors unique to their respective mediums.

Unorthodocs Shorts
Friday,May 10 at 7:15 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 11:30 a.m.
This innovative collection plays in the gray,showcasing works on the cusp of multiple genres.Beyond mere documentary,these works astutely blend aspects of narrative,animation,comedy,or the avant-garde into markedly nontraditional frameworks.

Chance Encounter Shorts
Friday,May 10 at 7:15 p.m.and Sunday,May 12 at 11:30 a.m.
A program of shorts revolving around the random nature of life,the way chance encounters can effect change and create unintended consequences.

Diverging Forms Shorts
Saturday,May 11 at 2 p.m.and Sunday,May 12 at 11:30 a.m.
A progressive program of short films that boldly eschew the traditions of form,time and content—Diverging Forms push the boundaries of cinematic creativity into breathtaking new directions.

Festival screenings will take place at the Parkway's three screens,the MICA Lazarus Center,MICA Gateway Building and MICA Brown Center.Presale tickets will be available online,and onsite at the Parkway,as well as during the Festival at the Main Box Office,located at Impact Hub in The Centre Theater,10 E.North Avenue,as well as at all screening venues.

With panel discussions and all screenings of North American films hosted by the artists,the Festival encourages both film buffs and casual moviegoers to be inspired by the world of cinema.In past years,the Festival has hosted screenings by famed directors including Barry Levinson,Kathryn Bigelow,Melvin Van Peebles,Jonathan Demme,Alex Gibney,Barry Jenkins,Matthew Porterfield,David Lowery,Kris & Joe Swanberg and Lena Dunham

More details on the 2019 Maryland Film Festival can be found atwww.mdfilmfest.com/festival

Check out the Festival Film Guide athttps://mdfilmfest.com/2019-film-guide/to see the films,watch trailers and buy tickets!

Reserving a Pass to the 2019 Maryland Film Festival is how you can make the most of your Festival experience!

The ALL-ACCESS PASS gives holders early seating,invites to special events and access to the Filmmaker/VIP lounge.

The HALL PASS grants access to every single screening in Falvey Hall — the 525-seat theater located in the Brown Center on the campus of MICA.Falvey Hall is the biggest of the Maryland Film Festivals 6 theaters and screens some of the most anticipated and in-demand films in the entire Festival!

Passes can be purchased online at:https://mdfilmfest.com/aap/

Stay tuned for more updates on the 2019 Maryland Film Festival,including details on the Closing Night film and more special events!

Time

(Thursday) 4:00 pm

Location

SNF Parkway Theatre

3 West North Avenue,Baltimore MD 21201

9may5:00 pm- 9:00 pmNo Walls,No Bans,No BordersOpening

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"No Walls,No Bans,No Borders" is a benefit photography and art exhibit featuring the work of Baltimore-based activists connecting ideas of the violence of capitalism,colonialism,and the racist/fascist state both locally here in Baltimore and globally.A portion of artist's sales will go back to the groups doing the work on the ground.

The theme focuses on the work being done to dismantle walls/bans/borders of oppression,whether through physical state walls,walls of a prison,walls of stigma,or institutional walls.This exhibition tell the story through the eyes of those on the ground doing the work.

The event is being curated by Rebel Lens Bmore – a group of on-the-ground activists using photo and video to document social movements in Baltimore – in collaboration with a number of other great artists in Baltimore.

For more information 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about Rebel Lens,or to submit works for the Benefit Exhibition,please visitrebellensbmore.org.

Questions?Contact us at[email protected]

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(Thursday) 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

The Peale Center

225 North Holliday Street,Baltimore MD 21202

9may6:00 pm- 8:30 pmMeet the Gutierrez Fund | Legacy Grant Information Session

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Join the Gutierrez Memorial Fund and the Station North Tool Library for a Meet & Greet and Information Session on the Gutierrez Memorial Fund's Legacy Grant.We invite artists,arts organizations and community members to attend and get to know two great non-profit organizations promoting the arts in our community.

The Legacy Grant provides grants to dedicated arts programs,individual artists,artisans and educators whose work focuses on artisan training,community building,and enhancing our physical environment.

The Station North Tool Library is a past Legacy Grant recipient,makerspace,tool-lending library,and community hub in the heart of Baltimore City.We offer over 3,000 tools and 30 classes to nearly 2,000 DIYers each year.

The information session is designed to give anyone interested in applying for the Legacy Grant an opportunity to ask questions 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about the process,understand what makes a successful application,and meet previous grant winners.

WHO: Roya Golpira,Gutierrez Memorial Fund
Lynn McCann,Station North Tool Library
Justin Nethercut & Elise Victoria,Arts+Parks
Maria-Theresa Fernandes,Artist
Marshall Clarke,Access Art

Special guest speaker,James Bond,Living Classrooms.

Drinks and lite fare will be provided.Please arrive no later than 7:15 to participate in the Legacy Grant Q&A.For more information 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about this event,email[email protected]

To read more 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about the Gutierrez Fund and GMF Legacy Grant,please visithttps://gutierrezmemorialfund.com/grant-info/.

Time

(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Location

Station North Tool Library

417 East Oliver Street,Baltimore MD 21202

9may6:00 pm- 9:00 pm2019 Resident Biennial / Crisis of Connection / Tongue PuddlesOpening Reception

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Opening on Thursday,May 9th,2019 – School 33 Art Center presents three new exhibitions: "School 33 Art Center's 2019 Studio Resident Biennial",featuring new works from the current studio residents at School 33,curated by George Ciscle;"Crisis of Connection" a group show curated by Alexander Jarman;and "Tongue Puddles" – an installation by Danni O'Brien.

All three exhibitions will be on view from May 9 – August 24th,2019.
Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Saturday,11am-4pm.Location: 1427 Light Street,Baltimore,MD 21230
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"School 33 Art Center's 2019 Studio Resident Biennial" (Main Gallery)

Mary Baum
Lynn Cazabon
Cheeny Celebrado-Royer
Rachel Guardiola
Taha Heydari
Luke Ikard
Tiffany Jones
Lauren R.Lyde
Sylvie van Helden
Stephanie J.Williams
Curated by George Ciscle

This bi-annual exhibition highlights the work the studio artists currently in residence at School 33 Art Center.Since 1979,the Studio Artist Program has provided exceptional workspace to more than 150 artists working diverse areas of contemporary visual art.

In 2008,School 33 Established the Studio Mentor Program,which facilitates in-studio critiques as well as professional development for resident artists.Prominent practicing artists and arts professionals from the Mid-Atlantic region are invited to provide support and constructive feedback,helping artists to fulfill their creative goals.Every two years,a chosen mentor also serves as curator for the Studio Resident Biennial.
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"Crisis of Connection" (Members Gallery)

Markele Cullins
Alexander D'Agostino
Darius Johnson
Ian Lewandowski
Lex Reehill
Matthew Savitsky
Xavier Schipani
Kurt Simonson
Curated by Alexander Jarman

As the 21st century marches on,the increasing visibility and acceptance of queer,non-binary,and trans-men in mainstream culture have begun to complicate traditional notions of male identity.These nascent,disruptive movements have unfortunately paralleled a global public backlash in which perceived "strong men" have been elected to national leadership,in part because of their ability to link the traits of toxic masculinity to not only good governance but even morality itself.Their projections of power depend upon fixed and static notions of traditional maleness that characterize the objectification and degradation of others as acceptable.

This paradigm reinforces a crisis of interpersonal emotional connection among male-identifying people,hampering our society as a whole.The artists of Crisis of Connection work to expand the geographies of gender by creating and highlighting images of male-identifying people that allow us to see men as tender,vulnerable,and nuanced.
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"Tongue Puddles" (Project Space)

With Tongue Puddles,Danni O'Brien populates the Project Space with an ensemble of hard and soft objects suggestive of jewelry,flora,playground equipment,and road signs to form a frolicsome and unabashedly feminine installation.Her studio practice revolves around latch hook rug making – a kitschy and nostalgic craft technique with which she builds fuzzy,fibrous "paintings" of abstracted motifs from her adolescent girlhood.O'Brien employs this process to grapple with notions of femininity,domesticity,and craft,also exploring the material's redolent and tactile qualities.She constructs and incorporates twisting,bulbous forms from found objects,wood,and cardboard coated in paper pulp,arranging the resulting series of cheeky,off-kilter objects into an immersive landscape that encourages touch and play.
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Image Featured: Lynn Cazabon,"Melt",still from 4k video,2018

Time

(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

School 33 Art Center

1427 Light Street,Baltimore MD 21230

9may6:30 pmExhibition | Senior Show

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TU Department of Art + Design,Art History,Art Education
Exhibition | Senior Show
Fri.,May 10 at 11 a.m.
Opening Reception Thurs.May 9 at 6:30 p.m.
Center for the Arts Gallery,CA 3040
events.towson.edu

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(Thursday) 6:30 pm

Location

Towson University Center for the Arts Gallery

Center for the Arts,Towson University,Towson 21252

9may6:30 pm- 7:30 pmIn the Stacks: Part 5

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Tales of resistance.This performance will feature Olivier Messiaen's "Quartet for the End of Time"—a piece composed and premiered in a WWII German prisoner of war camp.Excerpts from this monumental piece will be presented alongside works by other composers,authors,and artists who overcame adversity to spread their art,including:

-LGBTQ composers forced to hide their identity
-Female composers prohibited from publishing their work
-African-American composers who fought racial discrimination

Doors will open at 6pm,with the first 200 guests admitted.No tickets required– entry is free with a $10 suggested donation.Come enjoy an evening of inspiring music,art,and literature in one of the most beautiful Libraries in the world!

Featuring:

Melissa Lander,Clarinet
Ismar Gomes,Cello
Lauren Rausch,Violin
Wan-Chi Su,Piano

Time

(Thursday) 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Location

Peabody Library

17 East Mount Vernon Place,Baltimore MD 21202

9may6:30 pmExhibition | Undergraduate Juried Student ExhibitionOpening Reception

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TU Department of Art + Design,Art History,Art Education
Exhibition | Undergraduate Juried Student Exhibition
Fri.,May 10 at 8 p.m.
Opening Reception Thurs.May 9 at 6:30 p.m.
Holtzman MFA Gallery,CA 2040| Free
events.towson.edu

The annual undergraduate juried exhibition features students' works that represent the various tracks TU offers,including painting,sculpture,graphic design,illustration,crafts,metalworking,jewelry,ceramics,digital art and design,photography and printmaking.

Time

(Thursday) 6:30 pm

Location

Towson University Holtzman MFA Gallery

8000 York Road,Towson MD

9may6:30 pmLecture | Artist and Writer Cara Ober

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TU Department of Art + Design,Art History,Art Education
Lecture | Artist and Writer Cara Ober
Thurs.,May 9 at 6:30 p.m.
Art Lecture Hall,CA 2032| Free
events.towson.edu

Cara Ober is the juror for the 2019 Undergraduate Juried Student Exhibition.She is a Baltimore-based artist,writer,cultural organizer and producer of digital and print media and the founding editor of BmoreArt,Baltimore's online art magazine and print journal.

Time

(Thursday) 6:30 pm

9may7:00 pm- 8:00 pmSpotlight on Opera: Sahar Te and Mind on Fire

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Hear how opera and classical music continue to evolve in the hands of contemporary artists and musicians.Toronto-based artist Sahar Te will present her compositionKhaarej,an operatic work 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about what is lost in translation between western and eastern languages.Baltimore-based collective Mind on Fire will perform a brand-new composition,Caliburn,by James Young.

Time

(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

The Walters Art Museum

600 North Charles Street,Baltimore MD 21201

10may- 11All Day#BCANSelfCare188bet亚洲滚球与投注Week | Take A Day: Love Yourself First - An Entrepreneurial Focused Self Care Retreat with Nicoletta De La Brown

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#BCANSelfCare188bet亚洲滚球与投注Week | Retreat

Take A Day: Love Yourself First – An Entrepreneurial Focused Self Care Retreat with Nicoletta De La Brown

Strong self-care practices are key to your success and longevity as an entrepreneur.

Friday,May 10th | 6p-8p

Join us at the serene Sun Spot Studios Baltimore in historic Ten Hills.Meet the BCAN team and healer and artist Nicoletta De La Brown,your guide throughout this experience.

Enjoy the sunset with your and your fellow retreat mates as you dine on a gourmet dinner fromLe MONADE.

Saturday,May 11th | 10a-5pm

Rise,shine,and get ready to grow!

Return to Sun Spot Studios for a series of activities and exercises that will help you establish a self-care practice that will lay a more balanced foundation for entrepreneurial success by offering techniques and strategies for cultivating a professional and personal self-care practice.

Each attendee will leave with their own unique "Self Love First Aid Kit",that will encourage them to use what they've learned in the days and months beyond.

Please note that the $30 workshop fee covers meals,snacks,and supplies throughout your retreat experience.

Time

may 10 (Friday) - 11 (Saturday)

Location

Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network

1200 West Mt.Royal Avenue,Baltimore 21217

10may- 26All DayVariations on Myth - the 15th annual Variations Project

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Baltimore's original ten-minute play festival returns to Theatre Project with its 15th annual production,Variations on Myth.Come see full productions of world premiere plays by local authors,and vote to choose the theme for the 2020 Variations Project!

This year's production will consist of these 12 amazing short plays:
"Bolero" by Amy Bernstein
"Gorgonia" by Alexis M.Skinner
"(Un)Veiled" by Crystal Sewell
"The Hounds of Actaeon" by Casey Jacobs
"Savior" by Sharon Goldner
"Nothing Tastes as Good as Skinny Feels" by Katie Hileman
"Throwing Stuff at a God" by Emile Feldenzer
"You Lovely,Insatiable Thing" by Jen Diamond
"Match" by Tom Piccin
"Flesh or Stone" by Christine Demuth
"World Leader" by Tyrone Chapman & Archie Williams
"Mind of God" by Jack L.B.Gohn

for more info:
http://www.rapidlemon.com/variations-project
or email
[email protected]

Time

may 10 (Friday) - 26 (Sunday)

Location

Baltimore Theatre Project

45 West Preston Street,Baltimore MD 21201

10may- 11All DayTU Annual Spring Pottery & Art Sale

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TU Annual Spring Pottery + Art Sale

Fri,May 10 3-9 p.m.| Sat.,May 11 9 a.m.– 6 p.m.
Towson Center for the Arts,Ceramics Studio

Take home your own unique masterpiece and discover the exceptional caliber of work by TU Students and faculty at the annual sale,now expanded to include other art offerings,including prints,photography,metalwork illustration and more,in addition to ceramics.Proceeds benefit participating artists and the TU Foundation.

Time

may 10 (Friday) - 11 (Saturday)

10may6:00 pm- 9:00 pmResident Artists' Open Studio

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You're invited to Baltimore Clayworks' Resident Artists' Open Studio!Join us Friday,May 10th,from 6-9pm on the second floor of our studio building for an evening with our resident artists.Our artists will be in their studios and available for conversations,and Jason Piccoli and Hae Won Sohn will give demonstrations.Visiting Artist Yoshi Fujii may also be available for demos and questions.Light refreshments will be served.Event is free and open to the public.

Time

(Friday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

Baltimore Clayworks

5707 Smith Avenue,Baltimore MD 21209

10may6:00 pm- 8:00 pmREALITY,Times two: Joyce J.Scott & Elizabeth Talford ScottReception

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Goya Contemporary Gallery
Baltimore,MD
May 10 – July 16,2019
Reception: Friday,May 10 from 6 to 8 pm
View works by the artist click here

Time

(Friday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Goya Contemporary

3000 Chestnut Avenue,Mill Centre #214,Baltimore MD 21211

10may6:00 pm- 8:00 pm35th Annual Resident Visual Artists Exhibit 2019Reception

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In its 35th year at the Arts Council,this exhibit features recent work created by artists who have studios at the Center for the Arts: James Adkins,Joan Bevelaqua,Han Jeon,Myungsook Ryu Kim,Art Landerman,Diana Marta,Brendan Nass,Joyce Ritter,Jereme Scott,Alice St.Germain-Gray,Andrei Trach,Jamie Travers,Mary Jo Tydlacka,and David Zuccarini.The artists work in a variety of media including oil and watercolor painting,drawing,fiber art,and glass bead-making.

A free public reception will be held on Friday,May 10 from 6-8pm.Light refreshments will be served and HCAC's resident artists will host Open Studios from 7-8pm.

Exhibit runs May 3 – June 14,2019.Gallery hours: Mon-Fri 10am-8pm,Sat 10am-4pm,Sun 12-4pm.Closed May 27.

Time

(Friday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Howard County Arts Council

8510 High Ridge Rd,Ellicott City,21043

10may6:00 pm- 8:00 pmNo BoundariesReception

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In partnership with Howard County Recreation and Parks' Department of Therapeutic Recreation and Inclusion Services,this exhibit showcases work by youth and adult artists with developmental disabilities,created in the Exploring Art and Focus on Art programs offered by the Department of Therapeutic Recreation and Inclusion Services.In these programs,youth and adults with developmental disabilities have the opportunity to explore a variety of media,styles,and methods of creating art.

A free public reception will be held on Friday,May 10 from 6-8pm.Light refreshments will be served and HCAC's resident artists will host Open Studios from 7-8pm.

Exhibit runs May 3 – June 14,2019.Gallery hours: Mon-Fri 10am-8pm,Sat 10am-4pm,Sun 12-4pm.Closed May 27.

Time

(Friday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Howard County Arts Council

8510 High Ridge Rd,Ellicott City,21043

10may6:00 pm- 9:00 pmBaker Artist Awards RetrospectiveOpening

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Please join us at Maryland Art Place for the opening of the Baker Artist Awards Retrospective on May 10th.In partnership with the William G.Baker,Jr.Memorial Fund and the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance,Maryland Art Place celebrates 10 years of the Baker Artist Awards with a new exhibition featuring over 30 recipients of the Mary Sawyers Baker and Mary Sawyers Imboden Prizes.The opening will be held on Friday,May 10th from 6 to 9 pm at MAP.We hope to see you there!

Time

(Friday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

Maryland Art Place

218 West Saratoga Street,Baltimore MD 21201

10may6:30 pm- 9:30 pmFocus.Creating While Black

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Join WDLY for a panel 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about navigating the creative landscape while black.

Panel: 6:30PM-7:30PM

Featuring:
Cary Fagan
Devin Allen
Amira Green
Aaron Brown

Moderated By: Malcolm Lomax & Teri Henderson

Time

(Friday) 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Location

FRS

515 Cathedral Street,Baltimore 21201

10may8:00 pmCindy and Jeff Swiss: IN THE CLEAR

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The Alchemy of Art welcomes musical duo Cindy and Jeff Swiss for an evening of music in the courtyard.

The original songs of the duo ‘In the Clear',draw from assorted genres;
Acoustic rock,blues,soul,country and even tangos.One of their
songs,‘One with the Hoop',was described in a unique style as,‘Urban
Island Music'.Their blend of insightful lyrics and upbeat rhythms
will have you swaying and dancing with a smile on your face.Jeff:
guitar and vocals along with Cindy's harmonies and violin
accompaniments add color and depth,as well as being able to ‘get
down' with her fiddle.

All the crazy,difficult,messy and sweet beauty of,‘This Life',the
title of one of their songs & their first CD,is what inspires them to
create compositions of good melodies and well thought out
arrangements.The CD shows the variety of styles that come together in
14 original songs,(one is an instrumental) as a cohesive whole.
Uplifting and positive,(with a bit of an edge at times),is a good
description of the mood their music creates.

‘In the Clear',has played at the Annual Baltimore Book Fair,an
event at the Baltimore Zoo and a gala at the Carroll Mansion.A friend
Who is a published author described their songs as,"guacamole for the soul".
The Community Facebook page for In the Clear is www.facebook.com/stradviolin1

The Alchemy of Art is a local contemporary gallery focusing on but not limited to local up and coming artist.The building itself is a unique space as it is a converted convent and the gallery is on the entry level and one of the two rooms is the old chapel room with beautiful arched ceilings.Along with the gallery there is a boutique which carries locally made art and goods.The gallery hours are Thursday through Saturday 12:30pm to 6:30pm and 1pm to 6pm on Sunday but subject to change.The gallery most recently won Baltimore Style Magazines Viewer Choice award for Best Gallery of 2018.To keep posted on hours of operation and events follow us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AlchemyOfArt and keep an eye on our website www.thealchemyofart.net

Time

(Friday) 8:00 pm

Location

The Alchemy of Art

1637 Eastern Ave,Baltimore MD 21231

11may10:00 am- 4:00 pm第七届非洲裔美国儿童书展

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第七届非洲裔美国儿童书展

Saturday,May 11th,10 am to 4 pm

Join us for a fun-filled day focused on kids' literature 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about African Americans and people of other ethnicities.Enjoy author readings,illustration workshops,live performances,and art activities.Purchase hard-to-find titles in the Book Village.

Free Event

188bet亚洲滚球与投注About the Book Fair

The Annual African American Children's Book Fair,is held each year in May,and strives to connect families to high quality books 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about and for African American children as well as other multicultural populations.We aim to foster a love of reading for families by connecting them with renown and up and coming creators of children's books.

Time

(Saturday) 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location

Reginald F.Lewis Museum

830 East Pratt Street,Baltimore MD 21202

11may1:00 pm- 3:00 pmFocus.Cary Fagan

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In Conversation with Cary Fagan @ The Waller Gallery

1:00PM – 2:00PM
Followed by 30 minutes of Q&A

Cary's Bio:
Starting with the requisite 35mm and working my way up to 120mm (medium format) has taught me to be patient with the process.Working with film is challenging,there isn't the instant gratification that working digitally might offer.In my portfolio,the images were documented with both 35mm and 120mm.Both suit my purposes well as I work in varying disciplines which include portraiture,documentary,conceptual and editorial work.While the 35mm is useful in that it gives the shooter a firm grasp on how to capture and format a shot to your liking,the 120mm offers a better-detailed look at the photo once developed and can easily be enlarged.

My brief stint in art school led me to be more pragmatic in the ways I wanted to learn and master my medium.I spent a decade developing a consistent style with my own set of skills.I learned the ins and outs of each of my cameras.This learning process also included consistently looking at the angles and details of each of my images,a practice that subsequently allowed me to find inspiration and opportunity for growth in my own work.

Being able to give myself constructive criticism on each photo – how it could have been shot differently and how to use this knowledge for the next session – makes my aesthetic and artistic direction uniquely my own.This is the education I use to execute all my projects and works of art.I find self-criticism and consistent shooting to be more efficient.I trust my skills well enough to know how each image will turn out.It humbles me to hear someone say "just shoot it your way" since much of my work is inspired by dreams,memories,human emotion,and human interaction.I believe each image captured is a fresh wound;moments that just happened,and will later develop a scar.

Time

(Saturday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

Waller Gallery

2420 Calvert Street,Baltimore MD 21218

11may3:00 pm- 5:00 pmRichard L.Dana Artist Talk & Tour

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Join artist Richard L.Dana for an in-depth artist talk at VisArts Kaplan Gallery on Saturday,May 11,regarding his solo exhibitionHere and Where.In addition to giving a guided tour of his exhibition,the artist will address subjects such as the content of his work,his sources of inspiration and the complicated processes he uses to create his artwork.Dana will also give an illustrated presentation of the genesis and evolution of his digital artwork and some of the techniques he utilized in creating the work in his VisArts exhibition.

https://www.visartscenter.org/event/richard-dana-artist-talk/

Time

(Saturday) 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location

VisArts

155 Gibbs Street,Rockville MD 20850

11may4:30 pm- 6:30 pmtree-zenOpening Reception

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tree-zenOr is it treason?  Two diverse artists.Two concepts of trees and wood.Painter,Sarah Gawens' work focuses on the devastating imbalance of nature and brevity of life thanks to the destructive nature of humanity.Her ethereal,dematerialized forms reveal the potential of what they could have been before their lives were cut short.Fred Nastvogel,usually working with recycled wood,says that.

"Ideas are what got us out of the cave.I express them materially,in the nature of life's setting.In wood,mostly,on wood,with wood.Each outing instructs: texture,strength,species,finish.Tone,color,knots,cracks.Working in wood is much like marriage.Wood the compleat partner.To make the marriage work I need more Zen."

May 2nd through June 30th.  Opening reception May 11th4:30—6:30.  Artist's Talk 5:30.  Off Track Art,11 Liberty St.Side,Westminster,MDwwwofftrackart.com

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(Saturday) 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Location

Off Track Art

11 Liberty Street,Westminster MD 21157

11may4:30 pm2019 Maryland Film Festival "Balti-Shorts"

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Today the 2019 Maryland Film Festival announces its full slate of short films,screening May 8-12 in Baltimore's Station North  — including a brand new program of Baltimore-made short films,"Balti-Shorts."

Comprised of three documentaries and two narratives,the program presents these films in conversation with one another 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about our beloved city.

Each film exposes the individual threads woven into the rich tapestry of Baltimore life and reflects the many forces that shape and take shape in our beautiful,vibrant and oft-beleaguered Charm City.  As with all North American films in the festival,all Balti-Shorts will be hosted by the directors.

The Balti-Shorts program will screen on Thursday,May 9 at 4 p.m.in Theater 1 at the SNF Parkway Theatre,and Saturday,May 11 at 4:30 p.m.in Falvey Hall at the MICA Brown Center.

In all,there are 13 shorts programs featuring grand total of 105 films,including 18 World Premieres,2 North American Premieres and 5 U.S.Premieres!

As always,the OPENING NIGHT SHORTS program features selections specially chosen by our programming team for an epic kickoff to the 2019 Festival.

Tickets are on sale NOW at:https://mdfilmfest.com/2019-film-guide/

The Films of Balti-Shorts

BodyMore
Directed by Darren Mallett
Narrative

BodyMore follows activist Carrie Cook as she returns home to Baltimore to protest the police in a brutal killing.A wild party sets off a series of intimate betrayals that complicate her quest for justice.

Deserted
Directed by Emily Stubb
Documentary

World Premiere
In the world's wealthiest country,access to healthy food should be a basic human right.In Baltimore City,many neighborhoods offer limited nutritious options for residents.This film attempts to raise awareness through the stories of people working to make a difference.

Finding Phoebe

Directed by Sade Clacken Joseph
Narrative

A 17-year-old girl struggles to find her way in the streets of West Baltimore,while balancing the toxicity of an unstructured home and falling in love for the first time.

Gun Show
Directed by Richard Chisolm
Documentary
World Premiere

After assembling mock assault rifles out of everyday found objects,sculptor David Hess goes on the road to explore America's obsession with guns.Gun Show is a film 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about the power of art to advance a conversation.

SAGE
Directed by Gabe Dinsmoore
Documentary
World Premiere

How Erricka Bridgeford  is changing the violence prevention movement one homicide at a time

The Shorts Programs of the 2019 Maryland Film Festival Are:

Opening Night Shorts
Wednesday,May 8 at 8 p.m.
MdFF's signature Opening Night Shorts Gala is curated from the finest in short films that come into our orbit in a given year.

Balti-Shorts
Thursday,May 9 at 4 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 4:30 p.m.
A collection of short films 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about Baltimore that reflect life in Charm City

Narrative Shorts

Thursday,May 9 at 5 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 4:30 p.m.
This dynamic,globetrotting collection of shorts offers supremely enjoyable episodes of storytelling in brief.Those on the hunt for engaging tales told from beginning to end,need not look beyond this showcase of narrative skill and rigor.

Altered States Shorts
Thursday,May 9 at 7:30 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 9:15 p.m.
A collection of mind-expanding short films guaranteed to take you on a psychedelic journey through the darkness and the light.

Comedy Shorts
Thursday,May 9 at 10:15 p.m.,Friday,May 10 at 9:45 p.m.and Sunday,May 12 at 4:30 p.m.
Sometimes tears are from laughing so hard you cry,and sometimes they're from crying so hard you eventually have to laugh.Whether fueled by chuckles found in the absurd,or the painful truths hidden in dark humor,these shorts are sometimes funny "haha" and sometimes funny "oh no!"

One WTFs,The Other Doesn't… Shorts
Thursday May 9 at 11:15 p.m.,Friday,May 10 at 10 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 9:45 p.m.
Hilarious,perplexing,and boldly transgressive in equal measure,MdFFs signature WTF Shorts offer a uniquely invigorating ride that won't easily be forgotten.As is our tradition,the block adapts its name from a cult cinema landmark which celebrates the equally singular and frequently unclassifiable films within.

Character Study Shorts

Friday May 10 at 11:30 a.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 7 p.m.
This captivating assortment focuses on incisive,character-driven narratives,showcasing an array of personalities and varied lives on screen.

Charged Spaces Shorts
Friday,May 10 at 1:45 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 1:30 p.m.
These dramatic gems envelop characters within contentious and powerfully resonant scenes.In them,figures combat physical threats,rehashed memories,and awkward exchanges.Punctuated by dashes of laughter,Charged Spaces is high on drama,but also vibrantly human.

Documentary Shorts
Friday,May 10 at 2:15 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 11 a.m.
An eclectic array of short-form non-fiction films encompassing a variety of vérité—the difficulties of expressing male intimacy,century-old unexploded ordnance,street photography in the age of social media,obsessive audiophiles,wildfire fallout and the triumph of trauma survival.

Animated Shorts
Friday May 10 at 4:45 p.m.and Sunday,May 12 at 2 p.m.
A rich collection of animated shorts produced using a broad range of techniques,from the painstakingly handmade to the meticulously digital.These films bring visual pleasures and splendors unique to their respective mediums.

Unorthodocs Shorts
Friday,May 10 at 7:15 p.m.and Saturday,May 11 at 11:30 a.m.
This innovative collection plays in the gray,showcasing works on the cusp of multiple genres.Beyond mere documentary,these works astutely blend aspects of narrative,animation,comedy,or the avant-garde into markedly nontraditional frameworks.

Chance Encounter Shorts
Friday,May 10 at 7:15 p.m.and Sunday,May 12 at 11:30 a.m.
A program of shorts revolving around the random nature of life,the way chance encounters can effect change and create unintended consequences.

Diverging Forms Shorts
Saturday,May 11 at 2 p.m.and Sunday,May 12 at 11:30 a.m.
A progressive program of short films that boldly eschew the traditions of form,time and content—Diverging Forms push the boundaries of cinematic creativity into breathtaking new directions.

Festival screenings will take place at the Parkway's three screens,the MICA Lazarus Center,MICA Gateway Building and MICA Brown Center.Presale tickets will be available online,and onsite at the Parkway,as well as during the Festival at the Main Box Office,located at Impact Hub in The Centre Theater,10 E.North Avenue,as well as at all screening venues.

With panel discussions and all screenings of North American films hosted by the artists,the Festival encourages both film buffs and casual moviegoers to be inspired by the world of cinema.In past years,the Festival has hosted screenings by famed directors including Barry Levinson,Kathryn Bigelow,Melvin Van Peebles,Jonathan Demme,Alex Gibney,Barry Jenkins,Matthew Porterfield,David Lowery,Kris & Joe Swanberg and Lena Dunham

More details on the 2019 Maryland Film Festival can be found atwww.mdfilmfest.com/festival

Check out the Festival Film Guide athttps://mdfilmfest.com/2019-film-guide/to see the films,watch trailers and buy tickets!

Reserving a Pass to the 2019 Maryland Film Festival is how you can make the most of your Festival experience!

The ALL-ACCESS PASS gives holders early seating,invites to special events and access to the Filmmaker/VIP lounge.

The HALL PASS grants access to every single screening in Falvey Hall — the 525-seat theater located in the Brown Center on the campus of MICA.Falvey Hall is the biggest of the Maryland Film Festivals 6 theaters and screens some of the most anticipated and in-demand films in the entire Festival!

Passes can be purchased online at:https://mdfilmfest.com/aap/

Stay tuned for more updates on the 2019 Maryland Film Festival,including details on the Closing Night film and more special events!

Time

(Saturday) 4:30 pm

Location

SNF Parkway Theatre

3 West North Avenue,Baltimore MD 21201

11may5:30 pm- 8:00 pmBDCP 10th Anniversary Concert

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Join theBaltimore Dance Crews Projecton Saturday,May 11,2019 for our 10th Anniversary Concert

BDCP's annual concert highlights the positive impact hip-hop dance has on students and Baltimore.Through dance performances and stories,the concert celebrates youth as today's change makers who drive the future of Baltimore's cultural arts.

This year is special.After a decade of sharing dance,BDCP will be taking a year break from coaching our teams.We will be focusing on strengthening our organization and will continue leading our Purple Box programs.With this being the final performance of our teams for a while,we plan on making this concert a celebration to remember.We will be bringing back youth and adult alumni from the past decade!

TICKET SALES

  • Only one price this year: $10
  • Group (10 or more) Ticket Sales Available

CONCERT DAY

  • At-the-door tickets and gallery open at 4:30 PM
  • Auditorium doors open at 5:00 PM
  • Show starts at 5:30 PM

Never been to a hip-hop dance show?You can see examples of past performances atwww.youtube.com/baltimoredcp

Time

(Saturday) 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Notre Dame of Maryland University

4701 North Charles Street,Baltimore MD 21210

12may1:00 pm- 3:00 pmGina Pierleoni: Untitled FlagClosing Reception

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Gina Pierleoni use portraiture to spark conversations 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about empathy and our common humanity.‘Untitled Flag' questions who the flag represents and who can call themselves American.

https://www.towsonuuc.org/events

Time

(Sunday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

Gallery Unicorn

1710 Dulaney Valley Road,Lutherville

14may- 23junAll DayQueens Girl in Africa

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Performed for the first time as a two-play repertory with Caleen'sQueens Girl in the World,Queens Girl in Africafollows the infectiously spirited Jacqueline Marie Butler as she finds herself at a crossroads of personal and political upheaval when her family ups and moves to Nigeria following the assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X (a close personal family friend).Entertaining and uplifting,Queens Girl in Africacaptures an unforgettable moment in time for a teenager abroad—when questions of self and place intertwine with the realities of homework and hormones as Jacqueline assuredly,hilariously navigates the energy,excitement,and unpredictability of the 1960s.

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May 14 (Tuesday) - June 23 (Sunday)

Location

Everyman Theatre

315 West Fayette Street,Baltimore MD 21201

14may7:30 pmCharming Disaster with special guest Trucker Talk

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Inspired by the gothic humor of Edward Gorey and Tim Burton,the noir storytelling of Raymond Chandler,the murder ballads of the Americana tradition,and the dramatic flair of the cabaret,Charming Disaster spins stories exploring dark narratives and characters with a playful sensibility.They are joined by puppet friendly avant-chamber troubadours,Trucker Talk.

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(Tuesday) 7:30 pm

Location

Black Cherry Puppet Theater

1115 Hollins Street,Baltimore 21223

15may4:00 pm- 7:00 pmOur Words Will Still Be HeardReception

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Our Words Will Still Be Heard Jubilee Arts and MICA PLACE April 5 – May 15,2019

Opening Reception: Friday,April 5,2019,4-7pm at Jubilee Arts Closing Reception: Wednesday,May 15,2019 4-7pm at MICA PLACE

Our Words Will Still Be Heard is the second exhibition planned in conjunction with Rising Up!an education program for middle school students organized by The Modell Lyric.Curated by Sarah McCann,the exhibition asked professional artists to create work 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about the power of voice.This work is exhibited alongside art and performances created by Baltimore City middle school students.

At a time when people are being silenced,the arts provide an opportunity to speak out.It is only through the collective rising up of all voices that true equilibrium and harmony can be achieved.Artists were asked to submit work that expressed why speaking up and being heard is important and shared stories related to being silenced and rising up against that silencing.Mono-print workshops were conducted with students at the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women and Henderson-Hopkins Partnership School.

Artists included are Aliana Grace Bailey (MD),Mildred Beltre (NY),Schroeder Cherry (MD),Logan Ryland Dandridge (IN),Nicole Foran (TN),Jessie Houff (MD),Benjamin Jancewicz (MD),Ryan Lewis (MI),Joy Li (MD),Elizabeth Miller (MD),Robert Moon (MD),Elizabeth Shores (PA),Justin Sorensen (OH),Emily Tucci (MD).Youth artists included are from Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women,Henderson-Hopkins Partnership School and Mother Seton Academy.Exhibition on view at Jubilee Arts and MICA PLACE April 5 – May 15,2019.

RISING UP!is a 12-188bet亚洲滚球与投注week arts education program for Baltimore City middle school and the Modell Lyric.Expert teaching artists from Wombwork Productions,Inc.work with Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women and Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School.During 188bet亚洲滚球与投注weekly interdisciplinary workshops,students develop first person narratives in the form of a poem,rhyme,rap,or monologue.This writing is then crafted into a play the students perform.

SARAH MCCANN is a Baltimore based community artist,curator and non-profit professional.She organizes and installs exhibitions and related programming from conception to completion.Sarah has facilitated public and collaborative projects and looks forward to continuing her work in Baltimore and beyond.Sarah has a B.S.in studio arts from New York University and an M.A.in Community Arts from Maryland Institute College of Art.For more information visit: www.sarahbmccann.com

Time

(Wednesday) 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location

MICA PLACE

814 North Collington Avenue,Baltimore MD 21205

16may6:00 pm- 8:00 pmfab 4 artists | Bernard Dellario,Jill Basham,Maria Marino & Tom BucciOpening Reception

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The Crystal Moll Gallery is proud to showcase works by these 4 Award-Winning regional artists.

Bernie DellarioandJill Bashamboth use oil paints to translate the feeling of their subjects whether it be a light filled landscape,street scene,or a memory.Dellario's paintings are created with more of an abstract approach while Basham's are atmospheric and airy.

Maria Marinois attracted to intimate settings in landscapes and uses soft pastel to re-create the light found in the natural world.Her pastel paintings consist of layers upon layers of expressive marks to evoke the depth of a scene.

Tom Bucci'swatercolors reflect his love of architecture and city scenes.He mainly paints ‘en plein air',on location,combining loose washes and ‘crisp brushwork'.

Time

(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Crystal Moll Gallery

1030 South Charles Street,Baltimore MD 21230

16may8:30 pmBSO Pulse: Rhiannon Giddens

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Nicholas Hersh,conductor

BSO Pulse is back for the fourth season — bringing together the worlds of classical music and indie artists onto one stage! Each concert crosses genres,opening with a classical performance by members of the BSO,a set from our featured artist and culminating with a unique collaboration between the two groups.

Singer and multi-instrumentalist Rhiannon Giddens has taken the folk world by storm,winning a Grammy for Best Traditional Folk album with The Carolina Chocolate Drops and receiving critical acclaim for her solo career.Hear the 2017 MacArthur "Genius Grant" winner who is revitalizing decades of American roots music with invigorating style.

Enjoy a pre-concert party with music fromCaleb Stine,happy hour drink specials and food from our favorite Baltimore spots.

Time

(Thursday) 8:30 pm

Location

Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall

1212 Cathedral St,Baltimore,Maryland 21201

17may5:30 pm- 8:30 pmMICA ArtWalkKick-Off Event

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Don't miss ArtWalk,the kick-off event for the annual Commencement Exhibition and celebration of MICA's undergraduate class of 2019.Bring family and friends to explore the campus-wide showcase of student art,featuring painting,sculpture,illustration,ceramics,graphic design,film and animation screenings,and much more.Purchase dinner and snacks onsite from local food trucks,and visit a cash bar under the tent at MICA's Cohen Plaza.

For full details: https://www.mica.edu/annual-events-series/artwalk/

Art for sale can be purchased directly through student sellers,with their preferred payment option (e.g.Venmo,Paypal,direct transfer,credit swipe,cash,check or through the MICA Store).Work will remain on view in the exhibition through Monday,May 20.Delivery or pick-up must be arranged between purchaser and seller,or else purchased work can be held at MICA for pick-up.

Time

(Friday) 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location

MICA

1300 West Mount Royal Avenue,Baltimore MD 21217

17may6:00 pm- 9:00 pmMarkele Cullins: Reflections From The Moon BelowOpening Reception

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Reflections From The Moon Below

May 17th- June 29th

Opening Reception: Friday,May 17th 2019,6-9PM

Gallery Hours 12-5PM,Thursday-Saturday

Waller Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition Reflections From The Moon Below,a first for Baltimore artist Markele Cullins.This exhibition is Markele Cullins' first solo show which explores nature and family as sources of healing,reflection,and acknowledgement of pain.The exhibition showcases printed textiles,blue toned photography,video and painting collage.Reflections From The Moon Below references imagery from the past and present as tools for how memories and experiences pull,shift,and expand overtime.Cullins creates work that pulls from within by juxtaposing and altering these images with one another.Markele Cullins has contributed to the arts and music community through public speaking,curating,and djing in the city for over six years.

Markele Cullins is an interdisciplinary visual artist and DJ born and based in Baltimore,MD.Cullins works in a variety of mediums ranging from photography,design,installation,and experimental video.Cullins went to UMBC for his bachelor's degree.Throughout his conceptual and research-based practice,he explores themes of intimacy,memory recollection,and technology.As a performer and DJ he has performed at Motor House,Metro Gallery,Space Camp,and The Baltimore Museum of Art.Cullins spoken at Baltimore Pride,The Creative Time Summit,Terrault Gallery,and The 29th MAPACA Conference.

Waller Galleryis a multidisciplinary art gallery focusing on art created by people of color.Conceived in 2017 by curator and scholar Joy Davis,Waller Gallery has a vision to support artists in Baltimore,the US,and globally through exhibitions,programming,and collaborative projects.The gallery considers all forms of art including design,social practice,craft,and digital art.Notwithstanding the current political assault on artists,especially queer and poc artists,we stand with them and will continue the tradition of black 1owned businesses in Baltimore.

Time

(Friday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

Waller Gallery

2420 Calvert Street,Baltimore MD 21218

17may7:00 pmProximity: Challenging SpacesReception

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The artwork of Sazafrass underscores the spacial challenges between man made structures and the natural world.Detailed and captivating ink illustrations of endangered species juxtaposed with architecture draws attention to a proximity crisis.

Time

(Friday) 7:00 pm

Location

Fringe Salon

2801 Huntingdon Avenue,Baltimore 21211

18may4:00 pm- 7:00 pmThe Graces and the MinotaurOpening Reception

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The Graces and the Minotaur

Opening Reception    May 18th 2019    4pm-7pm
Closing Reception      June 15th 2019    4pm-7pm

Show runs from –
May 18th 2019 – June 15th 2019

Artist – Christopher Stephen Koch

I wonder always 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about function.Does the music improve upon the silence?Does the picture improve upon the wall?I learned to look at pictures in museums,which are,in a way,the worst place to to look at pictures.They gatheren masseindividual things meant to decorate some one place in particular,bring life into a particular room,reward the idling eye and ease the monotony of the everyday.

I can't judge my own success.Gertrude Stein warns us 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about theinaccrochable –it doesn't matter how good a picture is if in any case you can't hang it up on the wall and then entertain guests.  I worry my best work is inaccrochable.But a picture is a thought and some thoughts are irrepressible.Poems emerge when prose fails to track reality.

Description and definition at best detain what they hope to capture,and there are different kinds of pictures.These pictures are investigations of the affective content of color and the denotational properties of line and how these create the sense of space and engage the intentionality of vision,theorizing the intersections of verisimilitude and cartoon in order to theorize the gap between beast and divinity.Humans fashion gods after their own images inevitably,even as we step away from the contingent forms of physical reality in our best attempts to cognize the divine.Which came first: the Ghost or the Machine?It is part of the way that we survive our consciousness to conceptualize the forces that govern our reality after the forms of human life.Reality is gendered and intentional because perception is patterned after our forms of life,and the patterns of perception precede the categories of observation.The forms of building and boldness are masculine.The forms of craft and grace are feminine.There is at once a masculine aspect and also a feminine aspect of destruction.The day belongs to the sun,father to action and forthright ideas;the night belongs to the moon,mother of dreams.

These pictures are thoughts and dreams.Dreams end when we wakes up.When is a thought complete?  What is its function?

Time

(Saturday) 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location

Gallery Blue Door

833 Park Avenue,Baltimore 21201

18may5:00 pm- 8:00 pmWomen's WorkReception

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Full Circle Gallery is pleased to present Women's Work,a group exhibition showcasing the work of nineteen women whose practices engage and expand the diverse promise of the photographic medium.

Women's Work features a selection of local and national artists who have collaborated with Full Circle throughout the gallery's seven year history.Extending throughout the lobby gallery and Full Circle's third floor exhibition space,this show culminates a year of programming focusing exclusively on the work of women in photography and related mediums.

The multifaceted composition of Women's Work is driven by the broad range of perspectives from which these artists approach the lens of photographic possibilities in art.The exhibition's subject matter is vast,including manipulated reflections;cultural rituals;inaccessible landscapes;romantic stagings;abstract assemblages;chromatic still-lives;painterly landscapes;intimate self-perceptions;and portraits of bodies in the act of living.The extreme variety of these meditations is united by a consideration of the photographer not merely as objective recorder but as a subject in complex dialogue with her material.The phrase "women's work" is thus transformed from a dismissive moniker into a description of the valuable labor of this historically discounted perspective.In focusing specifically on material by women artists from Full Circle's program,Women's Work celebrates the poetic nuance,technical fortitude and unique resonance of this distinct,subjective position.

Featured Artists: Stephanie Benassi,Lindsay Bottos,Jennifer Bishop,Amy Davis,Regina DeLuise,Amy Finkelstein,Chrissy Fitchett,Helen Glazer,Karen Klinedinst,Erika Larsen,Cathy Leaycraft,Ruth Nuhn,Natalie Obermaier,Lynne Parks,Gina Phillips,Emma Powell,Ginevra Shay,Mary Skeen,Barbara Young.

Exhibition Dates: May 18,2019 – July 27,2019 Reception w/ Artists: Saturday May 18,2019 5-8PM

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FULL CIRCLE GALLERY is a dedicated exhibition space for photographers,located on the first floor of Full Circle Fine Art Services,Inc.,near Station North in Baltimore,Maryland.Full Circle has been a member of the arts community in Baltimore for over three decades,supporting artists' projects through its professional services,darkroom residencies,and community projects.The studio works to build a stronger photographic community in the region by sponsoring multiple exhibitions each year.Stay informed 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about upcoming exhibitions by contacting the studio at 410-528-1868,by emailing[email protected],on Facebook,on Instagram,and on the web at fullcirclephoto.com.

Time

(Saturday) 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Full Circle Gallery

33 East 21st Street,Baltimore MD 21218

18may5:00 pm- 8:00 pmWomen's WorkOpening Reception

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Full Circle Gallery is pleased to present "Women's Work," a group exhibition showcasing the work of nineteen women whose practices engage and expand the diverse promise of the photographic medium.

"Women's Work" features a selection of local and national artists who have collaborated with Full Circle throughout the gallery's seven year history.Extending throughout the lobby gallery and Full Circle's third floor exhibition space,this show culminates a year of programming focusing exclusively on the work of women in photography and related mediums.

The multifaceted composition of "Women's Work" is driven by the broad range of perspectives from which these artists approach the lens of photographic possibilities in art.The exhibition's subject matter is vast,including manipulated reflections;cultural rituals;inaccessible landscapes;romantic stagings;abstract assemblages;chromatic still-lives;painterly landscapes;intimate self-perceptions;and portraits of bodies in the act of living.The extreme variety of these meditations is united by a consideration of the photographer not merely as objective recorder but as a subject in complex dialogue with her material.The phrase "women's work" is thus transformed from a dismissive moniker into a description of the valuable labor of this historically discounted perspective.In focusing specifically on material by women artists from Full Circle's program,"Women's Work" celebrates the poetic nuance,technical fortitude and unique resonance of this distinct,subjective position.

Featured Artists: Stephanie Benassi,Lindsay Bottos,Jennifer Bishop,Amy Davis,Regina DeLuise,Amy Finkelstein,Chrissy Fitchett,Helen Glazer,Karen Klinedinst,Erika Larsen,Cathy Leaycraft,Ruth Nuhn,Natalie Obermaier,Lynne Parks,Gina Phillips,Emma Powell,Ginevra Shay,Mary Skeen,Barbara Young.

Image Credit: Amy Finkelstein

Time

(Saturday) 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Full Circle Gallery

33 East 21st Street,Baltimore MD 21218

18may6:00 pm- 9:00 pm1,500 Red Crowned CranesOpening Reception

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Artist Bonnie Jones will present an immersive performance work 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about bodies in migration,the consequences of borders and boundaries,and the imaginative potential ofin-betweenspaces.The title is a reference to the endangered animals that live in the heavily guarded Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea.This exhibition is supported by a Rubys Artist Grant from the Robert W.Deutsch Foundation.

An opening reception will take place Saturday,May 18,6-9 p.m.

Time

(Saturday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

Cardinal

1758 Park Avenue,Baltimore MD 21217

18may6:00 pm- 9:00 pmThe Role of Photography in Social Movements: A Discussion

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Sliding scale tickets,$5-$20

Join us for a panel discussion featuring local photographers in conjunction with the "No Walls,No Bans,No Borders" exhibition at the Peale.Doors at 6pm,panel starts at 7pm.

"No Walls,No Bans,No Borders" is a benefit photography and art exhibit featuring the work of Baltimore-based activists connecting ideas of the violence of capitalism,colonialism,and the racist/fascist state both locally here in Baltimore and globally.A portion of artist's sales will go back to the groups doing the work on the ground.

The theme focuses on the work being done to dismantle walls/bans/borders of oppression,whether through physical state walls,walls of a prison,walls of stigma,or institutional walls.This exhibition tell the story through the eyes of those on the ground doing the work.

The event is being curated by Rebel Lens Bmore – a group of on-the-ground activists using photo and video to document social movements in Baltimore – in collaboration with a number of other great artists in Baltimore.

For more information 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about Rebel Lens,or to submit works for the Benefit Exhibition,please visitrebellensbmore.org.

Questions?Contact us at[email protected]

Time

(Saturday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

The Peale Center

225 North Holliday Street,Baltimore MD 21202

18may7:00 pm8th Afro House Concert

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For one night only,four of Baltimore's most talented and treasured artists will give a performance that will bend,bounce,and bust wide open everything you think you know 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about sound.Through breath and amplified instruments,SCOTT PATTERSON,MAX BENT,BLACK ROOT,and SHODEKEH will transcend genres of music,creating an experience that can only exist when four masters perform together for the very first time.

The Baltimore-basedAfro House Concert Seriesis a celebration of the city's extraordinary maker scene.The series features Afro House ensembles (including the Astronaut Symphony),special guests,and local food,beverage and tech makers.

The concert will be held in a private home.You will be provided with the location of the concert after you have purchased a ticket(s).

For more information on the concert series,see this link:http://www.afrohouse.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/188bet亚洲滚球与投注About-the-Afro-House-Concert-Series-v2.pdf

Time

(Saturday) 7:00 pm

19may1:00 pm- 3:00 pmre(shaping: expressions and abstractions // Of Nature and IdentityMICA group exhibit Artists' Talks

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re)shaping:  expressions and abstractionsin Gallery I
exchange exhibition featuring Make Studio artists

During the month of May,Hamilton Arts Collective (HAC) and Make Studio are teaming up to present the exchange exhibitions(re)shaping: expressions and abstractions.A selection of Make Studio's 35 program artists will be on display in Hamilton at Hamilton Gallery and the 15 HAC members will be on display in Hampden at Make Studio's Showroom Gallery.In both exhibitions the artists consider and reshape their viewpoints through visual expression and through the abstraction of ideas using various media.

Make Studio is a 501(c)3 community-based arts organization located in Baltimore,MD.Founded in 2010 with the mission of providing multi-modal arts programming to individuals with disabilities,Make Studio aims to put art and abilities to work throughout Baltimore and beyond to create more inclusive communities for all.

Make Studio's Showroom Gallery is open Tuesday-Friday from 9:30am-3:30pm,Saturdays 10:30am-1:30pm or my appointment.

Of Nature and Identity in Gallery II
MICA group exhibition

Of Nature and Identityis a show curated by Claire R Lynch and featuring works by Maryland Institute College of Art graduates and staff D.Butler,K.Cho,A.Green,J.Jameson,D.Kine-Ashley,C.Lynch,L.Miller.S.Segree,E.Snow,E.Tucci,A.Walsh,and A.Wetsch.Of Nature and Identityquestions who we are,the world around us,and the intersection between the two.

Exhibitions runMay 3,2019 – May 26,2019


First Friday Opening Reception –
May 3,6-9pm

MICA group exhibit Artists' Talks – Sunday,May 19,1-3pm

HAMILTON GALLERY HOURS
Friday 4-8pm,Saturday noon-8pm,Sunday 11am-3pm

Time

(Sunday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

Hamilton Gallery

5502 Harford Road,Baltimore MD 21214

23may- 26All DayClybourne Park

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"Clybourne Park" (2010) is a play by Bruce Norris written as a spin-off to Lorraine Hansberry's play A Raisin in the Sun (1959).It portrays fictional events set before and after the Hansberry play,and is loosely based on historical events that took place in the city of Chicago.

Time

may 23 (Thursday) - 26 (Sunday)

Location

Arena Players

801 McCulloh Street,Baltimore MD 21201

23may- 9junAll DayTornkid

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Cohesion Theatre Company and Baltimore Asian Pacifika Arts Collective Present

A World Premiere:

Tornkid

By Katelynn Kenney

Devised with Members of Cohesion Theatre Company and Baltimore Asian Pacifika Arts Collective

Directed by Cara Hinh

Cohesion Theatre Company is excited to be partnering with the newly created Baltimore Asian Pacifika Arts Collective on this world premiere production.Devised with members of Cohesion and BAPAC,and written by playwright Katelynn Kenney,Tornkiddraws on the power of indigenous Asian and Pacific creation stories to explore identity and unearth how ancient female narratives can provide guidance towards healing our broken world.

With puppetry created by Cohesion's own Artistic Director,Jess Rassp,and masks created by Waxing Moon Masks Director,Tara Cariaso,Tornkidpromises to be a feast for the senses,and an exploration into a world rarely seen on the American stage.Ticket will be on-sale soon.Check back for more info.

Opening night forTornkidis Thursday,May 23 at 8pm.Following opening night the show will run Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 4 pm from May 23 through June 9,2019.Tickets are Pay What You Can and may be purchased online atwww.cohesiontheatre.org

Cohesion performs in "The Fallout Shelter" at United Evangelical Church (923 S.East Avenue,Baltimore,MD 21224) at the corner of East Avenue and Dillon Street in Canton.Patrons should enter the space through the red doors on East Avenue.For more information 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about the Cohesion Theatre Company 2019 Season,visitwww.cohesiontheatre.org

SHOW DETAILS:

Tornkid

By Katelynn Kenney

Devised with Members of Cohesion Theatre Company and Baltimore Asian Pasifika Arts Collective

Directed by Cara Hinh

May 23 – June 9,2019

Opening May 23 at 8pm

Fridays – Saturdays at 8pm

Sundays at 4pm

Industry Night Monday,June 3 at 8 PM

The Fallout Shelter at United Evangelical Church

923 S.East Avenue,Baltimore,MD 21224

Tickets are Pay What You Can

www.cohesiontheatre.org

Cast:

Surasree Das – Tornkid

Kim Le – Magic Teller

Jess Rivera – Tree Spirit/Sea Warrior

Brian Lai – Fairy Goddess/Fisherman

Mika Nakano – Other Half/Trickster

Production Team:

Cara Hinh — Director
Lauren Talbott — Stage Manager
Jess Rassp — Scenic & Puppetry Designer

Tara Cariaso — Mask Designer

Elizabeth Ung — Costume Designer

Paulina Lamb — Properties Designer

Time

May 23 (Thursday) - June 9 (Sunday)

Location

Cohesion Theatre Company

923 South East Avenue,Baltimore 21224

23may7:30 pm- 10:00 pmBmoreArt Magazine Party: Issue 07 Body

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Join us to celebrate Issue 07: Body,an exploration of Baltimore and DC-based artists who represent the body,who nourish it in their work,who use it as art medium and concept,and offer new patterns of thought around the politics,benefits,ethics,and limitations of having a body in 2019.

This event will be hosted at The Parkway Theatre and is an opportunity to celebrate in one of Baltimore's architectural gems and to do it in style.Dress code is old school Hollywood glam.Have we mentioned they have best popcorn in Baltimore?Your ticket includes an adult beverage,popcorn,photo booth,and the first opportunity to take home our latest issue.

Artist and Patron tickets both include an adult beverage,popcorn,and a copy of Issue 07: Body.

Patron tickets additionally include a private VIP reception from 7 to 7:30 p.m.with a special toast and photo shoot with featured artists,sponsors,and the BmoreArt team.

**For Artist tickets,the party starts at 7:30 p.m.

Time

(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Location

SNF Parkway Theatre

3 West North Avenue,Baltimore MD 21201

24may- 15junAll DayWelcome to Shakesville

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TICKETS FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC NOW ON SALE!

A groovy love letter to the 60s filled with puppets,magic,and rock n' roll!

Grab your board,blare your tunes and boogie down to the Baltimore Rock Opera's Society furriest,feltiest,full-length rock opera yet!Welcome to Shakesville will teleport you back to 1965 and the dawn of psychedelia.Join our unsung heroine,Betty,as she falls down a rabbit hole in search of answers to rock and roll history's greatest mystery: the disappearance of Jimmy Graves!Pulling from some of pop culture's swirliest influences,Welcome to Shakesville tips its hat to the citizens of Lidsville,The Muppets,Yellow Submarine,and more.Featuring a wild cast of people and puppets,it'll have you twisting and shouting all the way home!

Welcome to Shakesville is a hip and trippy journey filled with 1960s-style pop rock that explores the wondrous world of Shakesville;a colorful world where music is magic,but everything is not super groovy.As Betty explores this new world and learns 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about its troubles,we'll explore the value of creativity as a means of personal expression and the joys of music.

Sponsorship Opportunities
Want to support the next BROS production,but don't have the time to volunteer?Seeking opportunities to reach new audiences for your brand or business?Do you believe in the power of ROCK?Consider sponsoring the BROS!

Please review our sponsorship opportunities atbaltimorerockopera.org/sponsorshakesvilleand feel free to contact Naomi Davidoff,Director of Development,at[email protected]with any questions.Sponsoring the BROS is a great way to get involved,and for your name or brand to reach our community while supporting a great cause!

FAQs

What's the refund policy?
Full refunds are available until 7 days before the show curtain time.Email[email protected]for your refund.Under 7 days before the event,no refunds are available but you can still transfer your ticket to any show that still has tickets available.Remember BROS is a 501C3 nonprofit,so your ticket donation is greatly appreciated!

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Nope!Just show us your confirmation email or give us your name when you arrive.Save a tree!

Can I transfer my ticket to a different night?
You bet!Just email[email protected]and if your ticket type is still for sale on that night we will transfer you post-haste!

Where do I park?
There is plenty of street parking surrounding Zion Lutheran Church as well as several parking garages.

Zion Lutheran Church has a parking lot but it is reserved for cast/crew/official church bizness!Please don't park there.Google map with helpful info at THIS LINK.

How the heck do I get into the church?Where is the main entrance?
Enter the church through the beautiful garden at 400 E.Lexington Street (Lexington & Holliday streets).This is also the address you should use for Uber/Lyft dropoff.Check out this map with useful info.

Can I bring my own booze?
NOPE,but you best believe BROS will be selling delicious alcoholic beverages for attendees over 21,including Brewer's Art beer (The CHUGGERNAUT!),Natty Boh and craft cocktails – as well as sodas,water,popcorn and cookies!Support BROS by buying our stuff!

Where can I buy THE CHUGGERNAUT?
The BROS / BREWER'S ART canned beer collaboration will be available to buy directly from BROS front of house in 6-packs to go!After the show take home a 6-pack of the most epic and crushable beer in Baltimore for only $12!

Time

May 24 (Friday) - June 15 (Saturday)

Location

Zion Church of the City of Baltimore

400 East Lexington Street,Baltimore MD 21202

24may6:00 pm- 9:00 pmMovie Night: An Evening of Short Films Connecting the Issues with Discussion

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Sliding scale tickets,$5-$20

Join us for a Movie Night: An Evening of Short Films Connecting the Issues with Discussion in conjunction with the "No Walls,No Bans,No Borders" exhibition at the Peale.

"No Walls,No Bans,No Borders" is a benefit photography and art exhibit featuring the work of Baltimore-based activists connecting ideas of the violence of capitalism,colonialism,and the racist/fascist state both locally here in Baltimore and globally.A portion of artist's sales will go back to the groups doing the work on the ground.

The theme focuses on the work being done to dismantle walls/bans/borders of oppression,whether through physical state walls,walls of a prison,walls of stigma,or institutional walls.This exhibition tell the story through the eyes of those on the ground doing the work.

The event is being curated by Rebel Lens Bmore – a group of on-the-ground activists using photo and video to document social movements in Baltimore – in collaboration with a number of other great artists in Baltimore.

For more information 188bet亚洲滚球与投注about Rebel Lens,or to submit works for the Benefit Exhibition,please visit rebellensbmore.org.

Questions?Contact us at[email protected]

Time

(Friday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

The Peale Center

225 North Holliday Street,Baltimore MD 21202

24may8:00 pm- 11:00 pmArt After Hours

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Artist talk: 7–8 p.m.

Baltimore's best art party is back and celebrating the closing 188bet亚洲滚球与投注weekend of our special exhibitionsMonsters & Myths: Surrealism and War in the 1930s and 1940sandNathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg / Delights of an Undirected Mind.

Kick off your Memorial Day 188bet亚洲滚球与投注weekend with us.Come dressed up or down,sip a signature cocktail,dance,make art,and enjoy pop-up activities throughout the Museum.Start the night with an in-depth artist talk with Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg and stay for a special performance by the artists.Tickets include evening access to Monsters & Myths,selected galleries,entertainment,and a free food or drink ticket.Beer,wine,cocktails,and light bites are available for purchase.

This event is for adults ages 21 and older.

Time

(Friday) 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location

Baltimore Museum of Art

10 Art Museum Drive,Baltimore,MD 21218-3898

26may3:00 pm- 5:00 pmMetamorphoses : New work by Ruth ChanningOpening

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Metamorphoses
New work by Ruth Channing
A series of colorful and provocative monotypes exploring themes of transformation in mythology,philosophy,and society.

Opening May 26,3-5pm
On view through June 14th.

Time

(Sunday) 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location

Ink Spot Press

943 North Calvert Street,Baltimore

30may6:00 pm- 8:30 pmDorothy Gillespie '41 Exhibition

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Join us as MICA celebrates the legacy of artist and activist Dorothy Gillespie '41!

The MICA Alumni Association and the Alumni Cornerstone Society are proud to present a retrospective exhibition celebrating the legacy of alumna Dorothy Gillespie.The show,featuring 29 works from Dorothy's trailblazing seven-decade career,will be on exhibit in the Riggs and Leidy Galleries of the Fred Lazarus IV Center from Friday,May 31 to Friday,June 14,2019.

We hope you can join us for ouropening reception on Thursday,May 30 from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.,featuring a panel discussion on the barriers women artists like Dorothy had faced in the past and are continuing to face today.Complimentary hors d'ourves and sparkling wine will be served.

Limited valet parking is available in the adjacent lots;to reserve one of our spaces,please add that option to your RSVP using the registration button at the top of this page.Additional paid parking lots can be found one block away at1900 N.Howard Streetand1915 N.Howard Street.

Time

(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Location

MICA Lazarus Center

131 West North Avenue,Baltimore MD 21201

31may- 2junAll DayBaltimore Clayworks Seconds Sale

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Baltimore Clayworks' annual Seconds Sale is right around the corner!The Seconds Sale 188bet亚洲滚球与投注weekend will begin with a Preview Party,on Friday,May 31st,from 6:00pm-9:00pm.The Preview Party is your first chance to shop from hundreds of pieces of handmade pottery,sculpture and ceramic objects made by local artists,all at discounted prices.Tickets will be available to purchase for $45 prior to the event and $50 at the door.Beer,wine,and light fare will be included.

The Seconds Sale will continue on Saturday and Sunday,from 11:00am-4:00pm.On Sunday,from 3:00pm-4:00pm,there will be a last chance Box Sale featuring huge discounts on entire boxes of seconds.Additionally,a community-building Public Mosaic Project will be taking place on the lawn throughout the 188bet亚洲滚球与投注weekend.Admission on Saturday and Sunday is free and open to the public.

All proceeds support Baltimore Clayworks' educational and artistic programming in Mount Washington and throughout Baltimore.We hope to see you there!

Dates:

Friday,May 31,2019 from 6:00pm-9:00pm – Preview Party

Saturday,June 1,2019 from 11:00am-4:00pm – Seconds Sale Continues and a Public Mosaic Project will take place outside

Sunday,June 2,2019 from 11:00am-4:00pm – Seconds Sale and Public Mosaic Project continue.Box Sale from 3:00pm-4:00pm.

Preview Party Ticketscan be bought in person at our front desk,by phone (410.578.1919) or online via the button below.
*Tickets are transferable but non-refundable.

Time

May 31 (Friday) - June 2 (Sunday)

Location

Baltimore Clayworks

5707 Smith Avenue,Baltimore MD 21209