Stuttering: In a New Light at Current Friday, February 29

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Stuttering: In a New Light curated by Michael Benevento
February 29 – April 27
Opening Reception February 29, 7-10PM

8PM live performances with Hank Shedd / Miizzzard / Laure Drogoul / PERGA / Todd Rennie+Mary Anderson / Andrew Shenker’s preparation for untuned piano with Lafayette Gilchrist on keys and Mackenzie Astin wind instrument

Current Gallery in collaboration with Carroll Museums, Inc. is proud to present Stuttering: In a New Light at the Carroll Mansion. An exhibit inserted within the permanent collection and architecture of the museum, which overlaps contemporary artworks with the Carroll Mansion’s rich history. Over time, this building has functioned as Charles Carroll’s residence last living signer of the Declaration of Independence, a saloon, tenement apartments, a clothing sweatshop, vocational school, recreation center, and historic site.

Andrea Bocchio / Elizabeth McTernan / Jennifer Carinci / Adam Montegut / Monique Crabb / C. Ryan Patterson / Stephen Dewyer / Stephen Pauley / Alia Diaz / PERGA / Laure Drogoul / Hans Petrich / Liz Ensz / Todd Rennie + Mary Dixie Anderson/ Elke Graalfs / Will Rockel + Kendra Atkin / Mark P. Hensel aka Miizzzard/ Hank Shedd / Megan Hildebrandt /Andrew Shenker / Rachel Jobe/Christine Buckton Tillman / Nick Karvounis / Vishwam Velandy / Eric Leshinsky

*This exhibition is a collaboration between Current Gallery and Carroll Museums, and will be hosted at the Carroll Mansion,
800 E. Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD 21202


MARCH 5 ~ $6, Doors at 9pm, first band @ 9:30pm

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