Friends of Modern & Contemporary Art 2009/2010 Kickoff Event September 13

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Insider’s Guide: Station North Sunday, September 13th, 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Join Baltimore Museum of Art Director Doreen Bolger @ Load of Fun for a panel discussion about the Station North Arts and Entertainment District. Followed by studio visits and a reception.

Please RSVP to:

Load of Fun is located at: 120 W. North Avenue / Baltimore, MD 21201

Parking is available in the lot directly north behind the building off of Howard Street
About Friends of Modern & Contemporary Art

FoMaCA Members develop and enrich their understanding of modern and contemporary art, support significant programs and exhibitions that broaden understanding of the art of our time, and contribute to acquisitions that enhance the Baltimore Museum of Art’s collection of contemporary art. Special educational and cultural programs available to FoMaCA Members include:

• Exclusive access to private collections
• Travel to contemporary art destinations
• VIP passes to major art fairs (subject to availability)
• Private curatorial tours of exhibitions
• Studio and gallery visits
• Lectures and gallery talks
• Special opportunities to interact with BMA curators
• Conversations about the art market with collectors and industry professionals.

Annual dues:
– $30 Student/Educator/Docent/Under age 35/Artist
– $110 Single
– $175 Dual
– $225 Supporting
– $300 Patron

For more information, call 443-573-1761 or e-mail

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