Two Opening Receptions at School 33 Saturday Nov. 1 from 6-9 p.m.

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Members’ Gallery Solo Exhibition: Jayoung Yoon: Line of Thought
November 1 – November 29, 2008
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 1, 2008 6 – 9pm
Saturday, November 1st for two opening receptions at School 33 Art Center from 6 – 9pm.

School 33 Art Center is located at 1401 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10-5pm, Thursday 10-7pm, and Saturday 12-4pm.
For more information please contact School 33 Art Center at 410-396-4641 or

Into the Light / Into the Dark
October 30 – December 13, 2008
Curated by Timothy Nohe as part of School 33 Art Center’s Annual Open Call for Curators.
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 1, 2008 6 – 9pm
Featured Artists include: Phil Davis, Bonnie Crawford Kotula, John Sturgeon, and Christian Valiente

Sound Concert Performance: Saturday, November 1, 2008 8 – 9pm in conjunction with opening reception.

The Everyday Instrument Workshop with Tim Nohe: Saturday, Nov. 8th and 15th 1 – 4pm ($10 pre-registration required)

Electronic Sewing with Bonnie Crawford Kotula: Saturday, November 22nd 1 -4pm ($20 pre-registration required). For more information or to reserve your spot please contact School 33 Art Center – | 410-396-4641

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