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Art Openings Friday October 17 & Saturday October 18

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Bailout! Group show art event at Metro Gallery
1700 North Charles Street
October 17th, 7pm


School 33 Open Studio Tour – Opening Reception Friday ‘evening’ — What time? This is what it says on the website:
Open Studio Tour features Baltimore’s artists and a range of styles from the traditional to cutting edge. The weekend’s events kick off with a Friday evening opening reception and exhibition that you won’t want to miss! The exhibition features a survey of works by the Tour’s participating artists, many of whom will be on hand to discuss their art.

Please Note: Andy Cook’s solo show at School 33 will have a closing reception this Friday from 6-8 in conjunction with School 33’s Open Studio Tour Kick-Off party. AK Slaughter and Art Department are playing outside on the street, so a good time is sure to be had.


Cliff Evans: E M P Y R E A N

October 17 – November 22

Opening Reception Friday, October 17, 2008, 6 – 10 pm

THE LIBRARY
1401 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230

The Library (Baltimore, MD) and Curator’s Office (Washington, DC) are pleased to co-present Empyrean, a five-channel HD video projection by noted New York based artist Cliff Evans.

Gallery Hours Thursday – Saturday, 4 – 8 pm or by appointment
http://thelibraryproject.net/
http://www.curatorsoffice.com/
Part of Brushfire, a project organized by Provisions Library, Washington, DC

Saturday, October 18

Planning on touring the studios of Baltimore’s visual artists? Make the H&H Building your last stop on Saturday October 18th. In addition to opening their studios, resident artists will be hosting the official afterparty for the Downtown Open Studio Tour.

From 5-7 pm The Whole Gallery on the 3rd Floor will be presenting a Food-vitational with sweet sounds provided by funk master DJ Woman. This food-art-exhibition-feast-afterparty-extravaganza is bound to tickle your taste buds and toes alike.

After this, stick around for the Afrobeat Society concert!

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