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With three $20,000 awards in the works, the Baker Awards are just one more reason to be an artist living in Baltimore! Talk about the land of pleasant living, right? That’s a lotta months of free studio rent, my friends.

If you can’t read the small type without your reading glasses, just go to www.bakerartistawards.org and check it out for yourself! The online sight looks amazing and, besides being a competition for cash awards, it is also a great tool for artists and curators to browse work online.

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