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Blurry Pics from the Sondheim Prize – Congr [...]

BMA – Sondheim Grand Finale….

PHILADELPHIA MEETS BALTIMORE: Conceptions and Perceptions
@ Towson University

This exhibition concentrates on the “new” abstraction taking place in Philadelphia and Baltimore seen in paintings, fibers, and sculpture. It will be on display from July 10—August 2, 3008. Reception: Saturday, July 12th, 1-3 Pm. Curator: J. Susan Isaacs
Philadelphia artists: Neil Anderson, Charles Burwell, Alice Oh, Tim McFarlane and Thomas Vance. Baltimore artists: Seth Adelsberger, Karin Birch, Ellen Burchenal, Lawrence Cromwell, Kay Hwang, Michelle Kong, and Michael Weiss.

@ School 33
Please join us this Saturday, July 12th from 2-5pm for an afternoon of art, conversation, and possibly some impromptu performances. To Overthrow or Overturn is curated by Lexi Macchi and is part of School 33 Art Center’s annual Open Call for Curators. For more information about this exhibition and School 33 click here…
To see images from the opening reception please visit…
For more information about Artscape and a schedule for the satellite exhibitions and events then please click…

June 26 – August 16, 2008
Reception: Saturday, July 12th 3-5pm
The Library / 1401 Light Street Baltimore , MD 21230 /

painting by Justin Storms
Featured artists: Maggie Covert, Eamon Espey, Phillip Estlund, Matthew McConville, Richard Roussell, and Justin Storms

Please join us this Saturday, July 12th from 3-5pm for an afternoon of art and conversation. Afterwards, hustle to the Baltimore Museum of Art for the 2008 Janet and Walter Sondheim Prize award ceremony beginning at 6pm.

For information about The Library or to see images of PASSAGE please visit…

Mayor Dixon is going to do the honors!!!! Come on big money!
Opening on Saturday, July 12 — galleries open at 6 pm, announcement at 7 pm, reception from 7:30-9 pm Exhibition of work by the six finalists for the $25,000 Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize. Curated by Darsie Alexander Balitmore Museum of Art (BMA) Senior Curator of Contemporary Art. Finalists selected by Laura Hoptman, Senior Curator at the New Museum, artist Mickalene Thomas, and art historian Darby English.

Finalists are Becky Alprin, Melissa Dickenson, Dawn Gavin, Geoff Grace, Maren Hassinger, and Molly Springfield. In conjunction with Artscape, Baltimore’s premier arts festival, the BMA presents a special exhibition of the finalists for The Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize, which is organized by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts.

Becky Alprin – detail

Melissa Dickenson

Dawn Gavin – Installation View

Geoff Grace installing

Maren Hassinger’s Love Notes in progress

Molly Springfield

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