Curator’s Incubator, 2009, at Maryland Art Place on Thursday, September 24

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MAP Seventh Annual Curators’ Incubator
September 15 – October 24, 2009

Rachel Sitkin In Our Nature: Artists Reflect on the Manmade Landscape
Art finds beauty in eco-systems.
Artists: Kim Beck, Laura Cooperman, Michelle Hagewood, Alex Lukas, and Igor Pasternak.

Inflatable ball o’ trash by Igor Pasternak.
Work by Laura Cooperman and Michelle Hagewood
Paper Cut Outs by Laura Cooperman
Sculpture by Kim Beck
Baby Bowen, Julie Cavnor, and Curator Rachel Sitkin
MAP Director Cathy Byrd welcomes the crowd to the Curator’s Incubator and introduces the 3 Curators: Rachel Sitkin, Shelley Blake-Plock, and Margaret Winslow

TJ Klement, Rachel Sitkin, and Kelly Zimmerman
Costas Grimaldis and pretty ladies

Margaret Winslow Soft Space: Architecture in Contemporary Art
Silhouettes and constructions enter domestic space.
Artists: Ronald Longsdorf, Janell Olah, and Stephen Ruszkowski.

Curator Margaret Winslow and artist Janell Olah
Ronald Longsdorf’s sculpture, left, and Janelle Olah’s sculpture, right
(Industrial Materials and the color Pink unites these two in the front gallery)
Artist Janell Olah with her sculpture.

Painting by Stephen Ruzkowski
Sculpture by Ronald Longsdorf

Shelly Blake-Plock Art of the Set Up: Sound Objects as Artifacts
Assemblages consider the archeology of sound.
Artists: Peter Blasser, Alessandro Bosetti, Andy Hayleck, Bonnie Jones, Melissa Moore, and Mike Muniak.

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