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Openings for the 2009 Artscape Visual Arts Exhibitions

OPENINGS WEDNESDAY, JULY 8
6-8pm – See You Again Last Year at CCBC Catonsville Gallery

OPENINGS THURSDAY, JULY 9
6-8pm – origins and interrelationships at Stevenson University
6-8pm – Local Color at Center for the Arts Gallery, Towson University
6-8pm – Genesis of Form at Holtzman Gallery, Towson University

OPENINGS FRIDAY, JULY 10
5:30-7:30pm – Me We at the Creative Alliance
5-8pm – Studio Artists Exhibition at School 33 Art Center
6-8pm – Convergence 09: Graduate Thesis Exhibition at Maryland Art Place
6-8pm – MFA in Studio Art Thesis Exhibition at MICA
7-10pm – Imperato Film Fest at Gallery Imperato
7-10pm – Abandon Ship at Current Gallery
8-11pm – Martin Atkins Collection at Metro Gallery

OPENINGS SATURDAY, JULY 11
4-6pm – In Place at College of Notre Dame
4-6pm – Art in the Hands of Men at Gallery Spectra
6-9pm – Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize at The BMA – Finalists Exhibition
(The 2009 winner will announced at 7pm) RSVP Margo Wright, mwright@promotionandarts.com, 410-752-8632
8:30-11pm – H&HScape After Sondheim Openings at the H&H Building
Protocol: \ Syntax \ Semantics at GALLERY FOUR
Where The Sun Don’t Shine at Nudashank Gallery
RADIX at The Whole

EVENT TUESDAY, JULY 14
7pm – screening of Handmade Nation at UB performing arts building, 21 W Mt Royal Ave, Q&A to follow featuring filmmaker Faythe Levine

OPENINGS THURSDAY, JULY 16 (Artscape On-Site Openings plus Area 405)
6-8pm – Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize Semi-Finalists in the Decker & Meyerhoff galleries
6-8pm – Unexplained Forces at Theatre Project
6-8pm – Baltimore Sculpture Project on Mt. Royal Ave
8-11pm –SINK/FLOAT at Area 405
7pm – Screening of Harrod Blank’s new film “Automorphosis” at the American Visionary Art Museum (800 Key Highway) in the Permanent Collection Gallery followed by reception 9:00 – 10:30 at the cafe balcony on the 3rd floor of the main building. (www.automorphosis.com for more info.)

EVENTS ON THE WEEKEND, July 17-19
Midway II on the Charles Street bridge (Lot’s of performances at this one)
Photo Booth on Charles Street Bridge/Penn Station
16th Annual Art Car and Other Wheeled Vehicle Show at Charles Street by Penn Station
Do Something: Examples of the Everyday in the Parking Garage Across from the Charles Theater

A Public Space: Hopkins Plaza on Charles Street Bridge
Exotic-Hypnotic at University of Baltimore Student Center Performing Arts Theater, 21 W. Mt. Royal Avenue, 5th floor (Mt. Royal & Maryland avenues– enter at corner) (a marathon music experiment)

For more information, go to www.artscape.org

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