Poetry Reading at School 33 on Thursday, June 11 from 6:30-8 p.m.

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School 33 Art Center presents an evening of poetry readings in honor of its current exhibition MASKED.

Thursday, June 11 6:30pm-8pm

Poetry Readings by Rosemary Winslow (poetry curator), Judith McCombs, Teri Cross Davis and Clarinda Harriss.

MASKED, curated by Joan Weber, is an exploration of work about concealment, secrets, self-conscious and social constructions of identity which ultimately reveal a new face-a brilliant corona of strength, integrity and courage.

School 33 Art Center is located at 1427 Light Street.
For information, call 410-396-4641 or visit

School 33 Art Center is dedicated to providing opportunities for artists through exhibitions, art classes, workshops, a Studio Artist Program, and special events. School 33 Art Center is a program of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, Inc., and is supported in part by grants from the Maryland State Arts Council, Corrigan Sports/The Under Armour Baltimore Marathon and through contributions to School 33 Art Center.

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