GREEN Exhibition at Towson Arts Collective

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Green Exhibition, A Part of Baltimore Earth Week

The culminating activity of Baltimore Green Week is the Green Exhibition’s opening reception with special guests, the Ambush Theater: Roving Shrubbery – Hedging on Mayhem. The artists used a variety of media including art made from found and recycled materials. They respond to issues regarding the environment and sustainability. The exhibit also introduces the Towson Green Map Project. Towson University students exhibit Green Maps highlighting the natural, cultural and green resources of the Towson campus and surrounding community. The exhibit will be up until May 30.

Towson ARTS Collective
Opening: Friday, April 24, 2009, 5:30pm – 7:30pm
406 York Rd. Lower Level

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