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Slideluck Potshow II and Apart February 24 at Area 405

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SLIDELUCK POTSHOW Baltimore II is almost here! Dust off your recipe books, go to the grocery store and get ready to be a part of this epic potluck and to feast your eyes on the work of the selected artists:

Alison Harbaugh * Benjamin Cricchi * Bill Denison * Brian Henry * Brian Baker * Cathleen Sachse * Chrissy Abbott * Claudia McDonough * Dayna Harris Smith * Eli Meir Kaplan * Maryland Art Place * Erika Nortemann * Greg Braun * Jaime Kauffman * Janet Little Jeffers * Jen Plaskowitz * Jenna Erb * Jennifer Bishop * Joe Foley * John Shea * Julia Pearson * Kristian Thacker * Lindsay Hite * Lisa Dierolf * Maili Godwin * Matthew McCormack & Jenn Figg * Mark Moyer * Michael Sachse * Piper Watson * Rachel Timmins * Shannon Jenson * Spoon Popkin * Sunday Ballew * Valerie Paulsgrove * William Plowman

SLIDELUCK POTSHOW Baltimore II
Friday, February 24th, 2012
5PM Potluck | 7PM Slideshow | 9PM Swampcandy – Delta Blues Afterparty
Location | Area 405 | Station North Arts and Entertainment District
405 E Oliver St | Baltimore | MD 21202

Also at 5:00PM will be the opening reception for “Apart” – a poetic portrait series of our nation’s homeless, by photographer Jonathan Rosser. Following that, the live blow-torch artwork of Walker Babbington.

SLPS Baltimore II is happening in conjunction with Final Fridays: On the last Friday of each month, spaces in Station North will be transformed into spectacular celebratory environments filled with musicians, performance artists, art installations, and food.

Project PLASE will be accepting donations of gently used clothes, art supplies and toiletries for the shelter located in Station North.

Area 405 is located in a 150 year-old artist-owned warehouse within Baltimore’s SNAED. http://www.area405.com/aboutMap.htm

ASMP Baltimore is the Baltimore chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers, which exists to educate all photographers and students about the value of the creative image and the benefits of good business practices.

AFTER PARTY: Stick around and throw down with Swampcandy- Rompin’ Stompin’ Delta Blues! Walker may even be flame throwing!!

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