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The 5th installment of LOS SOLOS SERIES

Five Artists : Three States
Video : Animation : Sound
February 5–March 14

The exhibition is curated by David Yager and Symmes Gardner and features video, animation, and sound works by artists in the region: EDGAR ENDRESS (Virginia), JOSHUA MOSLEY (Pennsylvania), RICHARD PELL (Pennsylvania), STEPHEN VITIELLO (Virginia), and KAREN YASINSKY (Maryland).

Opening reception: Thursday, February 5th, 5–7pm

Admission to the exhibition and reception is free, and free parking is available in Lots 8 and 9A.

The Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm and is located in the Fine Arts Building at UMBC. For more information visit our website or call 410-455-3188.

Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
1000 Hilltop Circle
Fine Arts Building
Baltimore, Maryland 21250

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