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Corcoran College Goes to Baltimore May 11 at Area 405

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Crème de la Corcoran – Corcoran College Goes to Baltimore 3 DAYS ONLY!!!

Seniors from the Corcoran College of Art + Design’s Fine Art department descend upon Baltimore for their final show as undergrads.

Crème de la Corcoran showcases student work created following the NEXT 2012 exhibition, currently on view at the Corcoran Gallery of Art until May 20th. Crème de la Corcoran will present artists working in a variety of mediums, ranging from oil paint to auto parts; from ceramics to ready-mades; from video to graphite.

 The exhibition opens on Friday, May 11th with an artist reception from 5:00 to 9:00 P.M. Additional viewing hours are on Saturday & Sunday from 12:00 to 4:00 P.M.

 Located in a 160 year-old artist-owned warehouse within Baltimore’s Station North Arts and Entertainment District, AREA 405 is committed to demonstrating and strengthening the vitality of the arts community within Baltimore. Since 2003, AREA 405’s mission is to produce, present and promote arts and cultural programming by providing a venue for artists from Baltimore and beyond. Area 405 is run solely by volunteers. for more information check out our facebook page www.facebook.com/area405 We look forward to seeing you, and thanks to all the wonderful folks who continue to volunteer their time to make exciting events like this free and possible! sincerely, Stewart Watson Area 405 405 East Oliver Street Baltimore, MD 21202

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