BmoreArt’s Picks: Baltimore Art Openings, Galleries, and Events March 11 – 14

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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.

To submit your calendar event, email us at [email protected]!



On the Mind: Artist Talk featuring Mónica López-González and Jon Malis.
Wednesday, March 11 at 7 pm

Maryland Art Place
218 W Saratoga St, Baltimore, Maryland 21201

“On the Mind” is an exhibition that explores varying perspectives on the brain by artists Mónica López-González, Jon Malis, Lee Gainer & Nancy Andrews.

Mónica López-González takes a detailed look at our minds on creativity. Through her studies on improvisation she unfolds what happens when one part of the brain assumes all responsibility in the creative process, while the other part of the brain quite literally lays dormant. Monica states, “I use both improvisatory techniques within black and white photography, and musical improvisation within cinema and theatre to explore the process of spontaneous creative thinking and emotion perception.”

Artist, Jon Malis explores the brain as an object and early attempts to capture, read, preserve and understand the brain. Through his photography we, the onlookers, may view the brain as both terrifying and beautiful. His images examine an archive of hundred-year-old scientific studies of the human brain, produced by pathologists at Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital, one of the oldest mental health institutions in this country.

Admission is FREE, no reservations required



Adult Baby Toy: Solo Exhibition from Gina Denton at EMP

Opening Reception: Friday, March 13, 7-10 pm
Free. Donations encouraged.

In Gina Alexandra Denton‘s Adult Baby Toy, ancient forms of symbol magic from a variety of esoteric traditions and pantheons are merged with the modern, playful vernacular of children’s toys.

Adult Baby Toy will live in the gallery from March 13 through April 3. The opening party will also feature transcendental audio-visual rock duo Darsombra in the playpen.

ABOUT THE ARTIST: “I view art making as a form of intuitive, symbol magic, where the act of making becomes a devotional practice that is both ecstatic, and playful.” Gina Alexandra Denton is a visual artist and performer who has lived, worked, and practiced in Baltimore City since the year 2000. She received her BFA in Fiber Arts from The Maryland Institute College Of Art in 2004. For over fifteen years, her work has spanned a wide range of mediums, and forms from visual arts to performance and theatre. More info here.



PUNCTUATE: a performed poem at School 33
Saturday, March 14 at 1pm

School 33 Art Center
1427 Light St, Baltimore, Maryland 21230

Hannah Hiaasen, sculptor, performance artist, and part of “Sometimes A Great Notion”, the current exhibition in the Main Gallery at School 33 Art Center, will be presenting her work PUNCTUATE: a performed poem.

Hannah Hiaasen is a multi-disciplinary artist who works with both the visual and the textual. She translates words on pages to people on stages by relating patterns found in textiles with patterns found in speech and movement. From page to stage, Hannah’s work spans the fields of sculpture, weaving, visual poetry, and performance. More info here.



Open Studio
Saturday, March 14 from 4 – 8pm

Crown Industrial Park Building 51B Studio 304

Please join sculptor Kyle Bauer at his new studio. There will be both hot and cold beverages, new sculptures and good music. Please bring friends and spread the word!

More info here.



Found Narratives: Stuart Stein and Erin Fostel at Fleckenstein
Saturday, March 14 from 5 – 8 pm

Fleckenstein Gallery
3316 Keswick Rd, Baltimore, Maryland 21211

Exhibit dates: March 7th – April 25th
Art Reception: March 14th, 5-8pm

Artists Stuart Stein and Erin Fostel address the private and social aspects of creating Found Narratives out of photographs and objects that tell stories. Each of them is using found images playfully collaged, inviting an investigation of your own childhood nostalgia, revolving around the objects of home and American icons of war and baseball.



Small Foods 2015: The Tenth Anniversary
Saturday, March 14, Time TBA

The Whole Gallery
405 West Franklin St, Baltimore, Maryland 21201



N\A\P presents: Parts & Pieces
Saturday, March 14, 9PM $5

E.M.P. Collective
307 W Baltimore St, Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Resident artists Noelle Tolbert, Alexander D’Agostino, and Porter Witsell form NAP, a performance trio investigating the intersections of dance, body movement, and performance art. The trio will be presenting works developed thus far in their residency at the space.

Parts and Pieces is a works in progress night developed by N/A/P in an effort to engage dance makers and movement artists with critical dialogue and feedback for becoming works and ideas.

The evening will consist of a welcoming, a brief introduction, and 7-10 minute performances and presentations of works-in-progress followed by a five minutes of feedback. The format of feedback is at the presenters discretion, verbal or written. We will provide pen and paper for people to write feedback to place in envelopes for all participating artists to have.

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