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Photo by Chris Simms at MICA

Summer MICA MFA Thesis Exhibitions
Reception from 6-8 p.m. in MICA’s Fox Galleries
Summer MICA MFA Second and Third Year Exhibition
Bunting Gallery
http://micamfa2008.com/home.html

Handmade Paper by Lisa Hill at MICA

CURRENT’s Outdoor Lounge Artscape Satelite Show at 6 p.m.


Sanguine Dreams Curated by Paul Jeanes
at Creative Alliance at the Patterson from 6-8 p.m.
(does this have anything to do with pj being a redhead??)


Summer Group Show at Gallery Imperato from 7-10 p.m.
Featuring works by Elyce Abrams, Chris Bathgate, Sasha Blanton, Alyssa Dennis, Matthew Kern, Cara Ober, Dana Reifler-Amato and Karen Swenholt
July 11 – August 30
OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY JULY 11, 7-10pm — LATE NIGHT!!!!!! go crazy.
www.galleryimperato.com


DEFINITION GALLERY (BALTIMORE, MD) PRESENTS – NATURE & GEOMETRY: NEW WORKS BY MICHAEL MARSHALL, DAVID PETERSON and BRENDAN MURPHY
OPENING RECEPTION DATE: FRIDAY, JULY 11, 2008 from 6PM to 11PM
EXHIBITION DATES: JULY 11 – AUGUST 30, 2008
(this is the frrrrreal late night show!)

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