BmoreArt’s Picks: Baltimore Art Galleries, Openings, and Events November 11 – 15

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BmoreArt’s Picks presents the best weekly art openings, events, and performances happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas. For a more comprehensive perspective, check the BmoreArt Calendar page, which includes ongoing exhibits and performances, and is updated on a daily basis.

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EXPLOSION/RESOLUTION: New work by Marley Dawson

Opening Reception: Tuesday, November 11

The Julio Fine Arts Gallery at Loyola University Maryland

Dawson, known for his kinetic sculpture and installation, is the mad-scientist/construction worker/mechanical engineer of the studio. In his art installations, things spin, or explode; he sets things on fire, and, as is the case with this exhibit, he shoots things.
Originally from Australia, Dawson received a Bachelor of Visual Arts (2004) and Master of Visual Arts (2008) from Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney, Australia. His work has been exhibited across Australia, in Asia and Europe and in Washington, DC, including exhibitions at HEMPHILL (Washington, DC, 2014), Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery (Sydney, Australia, 2013), Washington Project for the Arts (Washington, DC, 2013), Hillyer Art Space, (Washington, DC, 2013), Hamiltonian Gallery (Washington, DC, 2012), Museum of Old and New Art (Hobart, Australia, 2011), Para Site (Hong Kong, China, 2009), and Point Éphémère (Paris, France, 2006). In 2014, Dawson was a finalist in the Sondheim Artscape Prize in Baltimore.

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‘A Picture of You’ Screening at Creative Alliance

Thursday, November 13 at 7:30pm

The Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, Maryland 21224

Director: J.P. Chan USA, 2013, 82 mins

Faced with the recent death of their mother, siblings Jen and Kyle say goodbye to her through the process of cleaning out her house in A Picture of You. But when brother and sister find something that challenges the image they had of their mother, the weekend turns to both chaos and unexpected hilarity as they attempt to uncover the truth. Funded by Kickstarter, this is a unique film about Asian-Americans by Asian-Americans. 7:30pm, $12, $9 mbrs.

The Creative Alliance is excited to host the only screening in Maryland of this surprisingly hilarious tale of loss and redemption.

Awards & Accolades
Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival 2014, Winner Best Screenplay
CAAM FEST 2014, Official Selection
San Diego Asian Film Festival 2013, Official Selection
Disorient Film Festival 2014, Official Selection
Chicago Asian American Showcase 2014, Official Selection
Bend Film Festival 2013, World Premiere

“Subverts cliché…there’s enormous warmth.” – The New York Times

“A Picture of You has an elegant ease to its’ storytelling. It’s supremely relatable and should be noticed.” – Cinemit

“A curiously likable, entertainingly laid-back Asian-American take on all-too-familiar dysfunctional family tropes, this Kickstarter-enabled effort boldly mines farce along with sentiment.” – Variety

See more here.

Buy Tickets at the Event Page or by calling the front desk: 410/276-1651



Thursday Nights at The Walters

Every Thursday, 5-9 p.m including this Thursday, November 13

Discover how the Walters comes alive at night! Join us on Thursday evenings to unwind with art and libations. Wander the galleries, eat in our cafe and find the perfect gift at the museum store. We now offer California wines and regional beers for $5 each!

Special events and programs available on select Thursdays.

Join or renew your membership, and enjoy your first drink on us!

Photo by Walters Enthusiast, Devin Trent 



School 33 Art Center: Three New Exhibitions

Opening Reception Friday, November 14 from 6-9 pm

“Block Stitch,” curated by Ashley Molese. An exhibition featuring film, photography and projection. The installation includes work from Tiffany Jones, Olivia Obineme, Crystal Star Whitman, Frédéric Nauczyciel, Neil C. Jones and Zhenia Bulawka. (image featured: “Block Stitch” photographer Tiffany Jones)

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“Our Life and Its Forgetting,” a sculptural exhibition by studio resident artist Michelle Dickson.

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“The Waterfront,” a solo installation by Rebecca Mutz featuring reconstructed charcoal, graphite and ink drawings.

These exhibitions are on display from Friday, November 14 through Saturday, January 3, 2015.

For more information on the artwork and artists, visit:



Color Coded: Gina Pierleoni at The Galleries at CCBC

Friday, November 14 at 6:00pm – 8:00pm

October 20- December 12, 2014
CCBC Dundalk Campus
7200 Sollers Point Rd, Dundalk, Maryland 21222

Artist Gina Pierleoni / Curators Trisha Kyner and Osvaldo Mesa

Gallery Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, noon to 4:30 pm. Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment only. The Gallery is closed on Saturday and Sunday.

For further information about the CCBC Galleries, like us on Facebook at The Galleries at CCBC, or call to make an appointment 443.840.4326.

CCBC Dundalk is at 7200 Sollers Point Road, Dundalk, MD 21222, located off Baltimore Beltway (695) and I-95. The Gallery is located in the College Community Center, off the lobby.




Opening Saturday, November 15 from 7 – 10 pm

November 15, 2014 through January 17, 2015

Guest Spot at The Reinstitute
1715 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Hours: Saturdays 1-4pm & Wednesday 5-7pm or by appointment

Guest Spot at THE REINSTITUTE is proud to present Decay, a solo exhibition by Terence Hannum. Opening Saturday November 15, 2014 from 7pm – 10pm, Decay will be on view through January 17, 2015. A discussion on painting and cross-practices; influences of the self-organized, will be held in conjunction with the closing on January 17, 2015, 2pm-4pm. Accompanying the exhibition will be an essay by Drew Daniel, Associate Professor at Johns Hopkins University and member of the experimental electronic music duo Matmos.

Terence Hannum is a Baltimore-based visual artist and musician who performs solo and with the avant-metal band Locrian. Hannum teaches Foundations in the Art and Visual Communication Design Department at Stevenson University. He has had solo exhibitions at Western Exhibitions (Chicago, IL), Stevenson University, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Gallery 400 at UIC (Chicago, IL) and been in group shows at TSA (Brooklyn, NY), sophiajacob (Baltimore, MD), City Ice Arts (Kansas City, MO), Jonathan Ferrara Gallery (New Orleans, LA) and more. He recently collaborated with artist Scott Treleaven to compose a soundtrack for the film Picture Yourself in a Burning Building that was commissioned by the Toronto International Film Festival.




Baltimore Museum of Art Party of the Century

Saturday, November 15

**Sold Out**

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to dance the night away at the BMA! Be among the first to preview the transformed American Wing while enjoying sophisticated cocktails, delicious savories, desserts, music, and a few surprises. Proceeds benefit the Museum’s new center for learning and creativity, scheduled to open in fall of 2015.
Dress code: Fabulous!

Use the #BMA100Party hashtag on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to share your event pics and highlights from the night.

Visit for updates and full details.

Tickets: Tickets are sold out for our late-night bash, but there’s still ways to kick up your heels and celebrate our 100th anniversary and the Grand Reopening of the American Wing. Join us on November 23 for the American Wing Opening Celebration or become a Member to attend the exclusive First Night Preview Party.

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