PENNED opens Thursday, July 17 at Artscape

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Evergreen: Politics Before Pretty? by Joseph Young

7/18 – 7/20
Pinkard Gallery, Bunting Center, Maryland Institute College of Art, 1401 Mt. Royal Avenue

Car People by Chad Clikeman

An exhibition of pen and/or marker drawings including photographs of the pens used to make them. The more than 100 drawings in this exhibition cover a broad range of pens from the generic ball point to the traditional rapid-o-graph and feather quill to the modern array of jell and artists’ pens.

This exhibition will travel to Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA and Lump Gallery/Projects, Raleigh, NC and possible other galleries in the coming years.

Review Committee: Cynthia Connolly, artist, photographer, Director, Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA; Bill Thelen, artist, Director, Lump Gallery/Projects, Raleigh, NC; Andrew Jeffrey Wright, artist, co-founder, Space 1026, Philadelphia, PA; Wendy Yao, Owner/Director, Ooga Booga, Los Angeles, CA; Staff Members, Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, Baltimore, MD

‘Conrad Atkinson Remix 1978-2008′ by Moogee the Art Dog

OTHER OPENINGS THURSDAY, JULY 17 (Artscape On-Site Openings)
6-8pm – Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize Semi-Finalists in the Decker & Meyerhoff galleries
6-8pm – Penned in the Bunting Center
6-8pm – Pleasure Cruise at Theatre Project
6-8pm – Outdoor Lounge on Mt. Royal Ave
6-8pm – Baltimore Sculpture Project on North Ave
6-9pm – Midway on the Charles Street bridge (Lot’s of performances at this one)
6-8pm – test run of Photo Booth on Charles Street Bridge/Penn Station
6-8pm – Station North Works: A Full Service Garage in the Parking Garage Across from the Charles Theater
6-8pm – Gernika Revisted at the Metro Gallery
6-8pm – The Baltimore Erotic Arts Festival: On the Edge at Load of Fun Galerie
8-9:30pm – Beyond the Wall / politics and urban stories at WESTNORTH at The Market
8-11pm – Grimaldis @ Area 405 at Area 405

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