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Open Space is an artist-run gallery in Baltimore, MD that is dedicated to promoting the arts community in Baltimore through exhibitions, festivals, lectures, film screenings, music shows, and more. Open Space strives to connect and support the members of the Baltimore art community as well as raise questions and dialogue about the artwork being produced in Baltimore. As a gallery, the members are dedicated to showing local, national, and international artists. Formal proposals for exhibitions are accepted on a rolling basis. Open Space also holds its annual Publications & Multiples Fair (PMF) every spring. The fair provides a venue for many artists and groups, both local and traveling, to present and sell artist publications, prints, and objects produced in multiple.

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[one_half]Current members of the collective:

Colin Alexander
Milton Melvin Croissant III
Chris Day
Margo Benson Malter
Nick Peelor
Jasmine Sarp
Conor Stechschulte
Brendan Sullivan
Pete Razon[/one_half]

[one_half_last]Alumni members of the collective:

Scotty Ache
Matt Betine
Eric Bos
Carey Chiaia
Molly O’Connell
Zack Genin
Max Guy
Andrew Kennedy
Sarah Konigsburg
Erin Macalevey
Harvey Melchor
Neal Reinalda
Neil Sanzgiri
Eric Steiner[/one_half_last]

Open Space
512 W. Franklin St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Hours: Saturdays 4-7PM
openspacebaltimore@gmail.com

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