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Locus Issue 5 Release Party! SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2008 / 8pm / $10

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Maryland Art Place (8 Market Place, Suite 100)

Featuring performances by: Teenage Souls (Locus 5 artist D’Metrius Rice), Andy Abelow, Beans (Sine Jenson), & The Owls Go

Locus issue 5 includes interviews with eight emerging artists: Jennifer Grimyser, Dina Kelberman, Jessica Langley, David Linneweh, Katherine Mann, Jenny Mullins, Matt Porterfield, and D’Metrius Rice. The cover was designed by Dina Kelberman. Issue 5 is printed in a limited hand-numbered edition of 300.Full color/perfect bound/84p.

Issue 5 will be available first at the Release Party (one issue is included in the cover). It will be available to purchase after September 20 at The Baltimore Museum of Art giftshop, at Atomic Books in Hampden, and through our website: www.locusartmagazine.org.

Locus Magazine is a Baltimore-based independent arts journal founded in 2006 and published twice a year. It was voted “Best of Baltimore” by City Paper in 2007 and by Baltimore Magazine in 2008. Issue 5 is funded in part by the Maryland State Arts Council and The Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts.

Image by Locus 5 Artist Jenny Mullins

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