Three Exhibits at Towson University – all worth the trip out to Towson!

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DESIGN FOR COMMUNITY at the BMA October 17, 6-8 pm

Center for the Arts, Asian Arts Gallery. Thursday, September 6 – Saturday, October 13

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This exhibition showcases contemporary Indian art works from well-known collections in the region. The first of its kind for the Baltimore area, this exhibition provides a glimpse of Indian art over the past century. More than 30 pieces from India’s post-independence era by leading artists such as Akhilesh, Manjit Bawa, Jyoti Bhatt, Shobha Broota, Shruti Gupta Chandra, Laxma Goud, M.F. Husain, Jamini Roy, G.R. Santosh and Shuvaprasanna will be highlighted. Works from contemporary miniature artists Chhotu Lal and Anexander Gorlizki will also be shown. The exhibition was organized by Dr. Mahinder Tak with guest curator Dr. Koi Banik.


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Center for the Arts, Holtzman MFA Gallery. Friday, October 5- Saturday, October 27. Gallery Hours: Tuesday- Saturday, 11 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Master of Fine Arts candidate Dan Keplinger was born with Cerebral Palsy. He says of his work, “I include images of my wheelchair and other objects that help me through life because they are a major part of my daily life. I morph these images of my body to create my own vocabulary. However, these pieces are about much more than my disability. Obstacles and challenges are a universal part of the human condition. We all face them in everyday life, although we have a choice as to how to deal with them. Many of us are likely to get discouraged during difficult times in our lives. In my work I hope to show everybody that they have the ability to persevere.”


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Center for the Arts, Center for the Arts Gallery. Exhibition: Friday, October 5- Saturday, November 3. Gallery Hours: Tuesday- Saturday, 11 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Ron Klein creates sculpture with objects found in nature and from the urban environment, which he combines with constructed forms inspired by these two sources. For this installation, he will work with Towson University students to place thousands of sweet gum pods on the walls of the gallery, integrated with seed pods from the Amazon. The artists plans a gallery space that is celestial and liquid, appearing as if underwater and simultaneously the night sky.

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