Start off your weekend on Thursday with MFA Thesis Exhibitions at Towson University for Peter Eide and Ursula West Minervini. On Friday night, hear some of MICA’s most successful young alumni from MFA and Post-Bac programs discuss their strategies for funding their creative process. On Saturday afternoon, head to Galerie Myrtis for a ‘Tea with Myrtis’ salon featuring creative couples in the art and literary world.
Then, On Saturday night, there are options: You can go to Fleckenstein Gallery in Hampden for Stuart Stein’s solo show called ‘Dog Eat Dog’ or to Silo Point for an Unexpected Art exhibit. If you love Kate MacKinnon’s luscious paintings, attend her Sunday afternoon artist talk at JFC for her solo show Post-Arcadia. More information is below.
MFA Exhibition Peter Eide: (_/content) and Ursula West Minervini: GUTA YAWA TATA
Holtzman MFA Art Gallery, CA 2040 Center for the Arts, Towson University
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 14 from 7:30 – 9 pm
Event Runs Nov 15 – Dec 14.
Exhibition of MFA candidate’s work in partial requirement for graduation. Eide is interested in the discussion of aesthetics through the practice of drawing, quickly producing bodies of work that cross pollinate with one another. His work engages two and three-dimensional surfaces through which the artist explores narrative content in both figurative and abstract form.
Exhibition of MFA candidate’s work in partial requirement for graduation. Minervini crafts prints that use text and images to explore evolution, translation and random or absurd cause and effect. Her process is frequently modeled on Surrealist games such as the Exquisite Corpse. Using rules or systems in combination with free association and chance, Minervini generates evocative images.
Gallery Hours: Tues. – Sat., 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Closed: Tues., Nov. 26 – Mon., Dec. 2). More info here.
An Evening with Alumni from MICA’s MFA and Post-Baccalaureate Programs. Alumni share insights and inspiration for students beginning their own creative funding process.
Moderated by Ashley Molese, Curatorial Practice ‘14
Gabriela Bulisova, Photographic and Electronic Media, ‘05
Katherine Mann, Hoffberger School of Painting, ‘09
Jen Coster, Rinehart School of Sculpture, ‘12
Jon Latiano, Mount Royal School of Art, ‘12
Jason Gottlieb, Graphic Design MFA, ‘13
Tobin Rothlein, Studio Art, MFA (Summer Low Residency) ‘13
Sponsored by the Office of Graduate Studies in partnership with the Joseph Meyerhoff Career Development Center,
The Alumni Office and the Office of Graduate Admission.
Artists Lovers: Exploring the Muse at Galerie Myrtis
a journey into the domain of the visual and literary arts world of creative couples
Artists’ Talk – Tea with Myrtis Art Salon Saturday, November 16, 2013 2 – 4pm (registration required)
Artists Lovers: Maya Freelon Asante & M. K. Asante, Carol Beane & Michael Platt, and Leslie King-Hammond & Jose Mapily
Exhibition: October 27 – December 15, 2013
2224 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Opening of UNEXPECTED ART @ Silo Point
Saturday, November 16, 7-11
Unexpected Art will be taking over the lobby of Silo Point. We will be exhibiting artwork from various talented artists. The band Milk Barn will be rocking the house. Come party with us and we will entertain you! More info here.
DOG EAT DOG: New Paintings by Stuart Stein
(Stuart Stein’s take on the financial meltdown – with dogs.)
November 9th – January 4th, 2014
EXHIBIT RUN: Saturday, November 9th through Saturday, January 4th, 2014
RECEPTION: Saturday, November 16th, 5-8pm
GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday-Friday 11:00-7:00pm,
Saturday 11:00-5:00pm, and by appointment
Fleckenstein Gallery, 3316 Keswick Road, Baltimore, MD 21211
Towson University Art Professor Stuart Stein exhibits new dynamic, hilarious and intriguing paintings (with dogs and text) based on the recent financial meltdown.
Artist Talk – Kate MacKinnon on Post-Arcadia
Sunday, November 17 from 1-3
You are invited to a dialogue with Kate MacKinnon on her latest exhibition, Post-Arcadia. We are thrilled to present Kate’s work and to have the opportunity to hear from her about her concepts and process. Join us this Sunday November 17, 1 – 3pm for a champagne reception and conversation with Kate.
For more information on this exhibition and Kate MacKinnon’s work,
go to :: http://jordanfayecontemporary.com/Kate_MacKinnon_Post-Arcadia.html
BMRE: The University of Maryland University College’s 2nd Biennial Maryland Regional Juried Exhibition
Opening Reception: Sunday, November 17 from 3-5 pm