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Baker Artist Awards Opening Party 
Fri, Sept 7, 6:30-9:30 PM 
FREE FOR ALL Doors Open 6:30 PM 
Performances 7 PM Reception 8 PM THE WINNERS – ON VIEW! Alexander Heilner, Photographer David Knopp, Sculptor Nathan Bell, Musician Plus 9 talented b-grant winners! Enjoy after hours access to the exhibition, live performances by Nathan Bell and Smooth Kentucky, an artist meet and greet, and light refreshments!
Alexander Heilner

Nathan Bell short documentary
Nathan Bell live clip

The BMA celebrates The Baker Artist Awards with a multi-disciplinary exhibition showcasing the winners of the prestigious $25,000 Mary Sawyers Baker Prize: musician Nathan Bell, photographer Alexander Heilner, and sculptor David Knopp. 

The FREE exhibition opens Wed, Sept 5. 
This spectacular showcase of talent also features a diverse group of visual art and music from the $1,000 b-grant winners: Brent Crothers, Miranda Pfeiffer, Tiffany Jones, Chris Bathgate, Yoshi Fujii, Ellen Durkan, Smooth Kentucky, Marcia Wolfson Ray, and the late Lauren Simonutti. 
Join the artists at the exhibition’s FREE Opening Celebration on Friday, September 7, 6:30–9:30 p.m. MORE INFO:
Review to Follow on Tuesday in the Urbanite A&C Ezines
Alexander Heilner
David Knopp
Lauren Simonutti
Marcia Wolfson Ray
Brent Crothers
Chris Bathgate
Ellen Durkan’s ‘Death Dress’ will be on display sans the live model
Yoshi Fujii
Tiffany Jones and Brent Crothers
Tiffany Jones
Miranda Pfeiffer
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