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Martha Gatewood at School 33 Member’s Gallery opens Thursday, December 11, 5-7 p.m.

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School 33 Art Center proudly presents

Patterns, Multiples, and Chairs by the Side of the Road

An interactive show of new works by

MARTHA GATEWOOD

Members’ Gallery December 11January 17, 2009

Opening Reception: Thursday, December 11th | 5-7pm

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This is also the final week to see the current exhibition Into the Light / Into the Dark curated by Timothy Nohe.

Part of School 33 Art Center’s annual Open Call for Curators.

Featured artists include: Featured Artists include: Phil Davis, Bonnie Crawford Kotula, John Sturgeon, and Christian Valiente

For more information about this exhibition please click here or visit our website at www.school33.org

School 33 Art Center | 1427 Light Street Baltimore , MD 21230 | 410-396-4641

Gallery Hours | Tuesday – Friday 10-5pm | Thursday 10-7pm | Saturday 12-4pm

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