H&Hscape July 11 from 8:30 – 11 p.m.

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1st Annual H&Hscape Opening Reception July 11 8:30 – 11 p.m. (After the Sondheim Prize).

3 galleries join forces with BOPA to present a 19,000 sq ft visual art event July 11th, 2009, Baltimore, MD. Gallery Four, Nudashank, and Whole Gallery, three galleries; founded, forged, and funded, by artists living Arts) to expose the largely unaware regional community to the pulse of Baltimore’s thriving underground H&H Arts Building:

Protocol: /Syntax/Semantics at Gallery Four
Shaun Flynn at Gallery Four

Gallery Four goes coast to coast with its new exhibition featuring artists from L.A., Baltimore, and DC. The artists in this show compile objects from material culture to invent a stunning new vernacular, which sometimes compliments and also contradicts their original meaning.

Featured Artists: Shaun Flynn, Brian Randolph, Hadieh Shafie, and Dan Steinhilber

Where The Sun Don’t Shine at Nudashank
7.11 – 8.05
Opening Reception 7. 11. 2009, 8 – 11 pm

Artists: Nick Van Woert / Jimmy Joe Roche / Annie Farrar / J M Giordano / Bart O’Reilly / Waltr Carpenter / Brendan Sullivan / Henry Winfiele

Radix at the Whole Gallery

RADIX @ the Whole
July 11 – August 9
405 W. Franklin St. 3rd floor

A radix is the basis of a system of numeration, and implies the point from which everything else stems. This exhibit will showcase art that builds on itself and celebrates repetition.

Artists: Jennifer Becker, Michael Benevento, Brent Crothers, Gina Denton, Jennie Fleming, Ellen Ann Gallup, Dawn Gavin, Doug Hansen, Ben Piwowar and Renee Rendine

curated by Emily C-D and Jessica Unterhalter of the TwoCan Collective

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