House of Prayer opens at The Light Gallery September 25

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House of Prayer: An installation by the diverse voices of Baltimore City

The Light Gallery
1015 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Opening Reception: September 25 from 6-9PM with live music and free food!
Exhibition on view September 25- November 6
Prayer Bowl sculptures by MaryKate Newcomb, and an installation of handmade quilt squares by diverse members of the community.

* Posted by Jess Kemp for Bmore Art.

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