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Spectrum at The Gallery at CCBC Catonsville
July 11 – September 20
Curated by Kevin Cook
Artists: Tommy Bobo, Ian Brill, Melissa Burley, Laure Drogoul, and Stephen Hendee

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Something Dawning at The John Fonda Gallery at Theatre Project
Curated by Lee Heinemann
Artists: Max Anderson, Jared Brown, Lee Heinemann, Amanda Metcalf, and Julia Yerger

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Trans-Send: Works on Paper by University of Dundee, Scotland MFA students, Holtzman MFA Art Gallery, Center for the Arts, Towson University
July 10 – August 9

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C. Grimaldis Gallery SUMMER’14

Artists:  Chul Hyun Ahn, Markus Baldegger, Henry Coe, Cheryl Goldsleger, Lee Hall, Grace Hartigan, Eugene Leake, Dimitra Lazaridou, Ben Marcin, Raoul Middleman, Caroline Ramersdorfer, Cordy Ryman, Alexey Titarenko, René Treviño, John Van Alstine, John Waters, and Zhao Jing

July 16 – August 23

Images courtesy of C. Grimaldis Gallery





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