Congratulations to Baker Award Winners Jonathan Latiano, Dariusz Skoraczewski, and Lynne Parks

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The Baker Artist Awards has bestowed another $75,000 to Baltimore’s arts community, as was announced last night on MPT’s “Artworks.” This year’s batch of three awards goes to Jon Latiano, a dramatic installation artist and recent MICA grad (you can read Bmoreart’s review of his work here), Dariusz  Skoraczewski, a cellist of the BSO, and self-taught photographer Lynne Parks, who has documented her rare genetic illness for several decades.

If you want to see more, all three winners will exhibit and perform their work, along with $1,000 B-Grant Winners, in February at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

Also, check out each artist’s Baker Artist Award Nomination Pages:
Dariusz Skoraczewski
Jonathan Latiano
Lynne Parks

photo by Cory Donovan, Baltimore Sun

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