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ALLOVERSTREET: April Art Walk – In conjunction with Open Space’s annual Publications & Mutliples Fair!

Alloverstreet is a night of simultaneous art openings and events spanning the many art spaces of East Oliver Street in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District.

Artist Talk featuring Labbodies and Wickerham & Lomax (405 E Oliver St), featuring The Brewer’s Art beer and Joe Squared pizza!tbruce_alloverstreet_april2016-15 tbruce_alloverstreet_april2016-14 tbruce_alloverstreet_april2016-13 tbruce_alloverstreet_april2016-12 tbruce_alloverstreet_april2016-11

Area 405: “TRACES, Ni de aquí, Ni de allá”
Curated by Ashley DeHoyos and featuring the works of Krissty Batres, Nicoletta Daríta de la Brown, Gabrielle Velez, René Treviño, Ricardo Vicente Jose Ruiz, Justin Zachary, Irvin Morazan, Edgar Reyes, Jorge Galvan and Ryan Flores.
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Terrault Contemporary: “Uncool”
An exhibition by Wickerham & Lomax curated by Labbodies as part of their Station North residency supported by Neighborhood Lights. 
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Penthouse Gallery: “PENT UP”
An exhibition by Hannah Haisan, Penthouse’s March artist in residence.
The Copycat, Unit B501, 1511 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD. Copycat B403

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“Selected Moments 1997-2014” Release
Book release by Lindsay Bottos
The Copycat, Unit B403, 1511 Guilford Avenue

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Ballroom Gallery: “The Edge”
Work by Taha Heydari & Julia Garcia
The Copycat, Unit B202, 1511 Guilford Ave
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La Bodega Gallery: “We Make It All To Have It All” 
A show celebrating female identified artists including work by Courtney Cooper, Catherine Khamnouane, Shannon McBride, Nicole Fossi, Rachel Guardiola, Ariana Vaeth
Kelsey Krajewski, Noa Heyne, Suzy Gonzalez, Mia Fiorentino, Saalika Khan, Alexandra Dukes, April Camlin, Rachel Hayden, Julianna Barca, Qin Tan, Laura Baran, Suzy Kopf, Lissandra Valdes, Alice Gadzinski, Sarah Stoll, Dani Toral and Cynthu Muthusamy.
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Lighthole!: “PITS”
A multimedia showcase and monthly journal release.
The Copycat, Unit B401, 1511 Guilford Ave
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Gallery CA: “Eruptions Of The Digital Into The Physical”
An international student exchange exhibition between the University of the West England, Bristol UK and Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore USA.
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Tastykake Gallery: “Deer in Headlights”
Works by June Culp, Aaron Dunn, Dave Eassa, and Rachel Hayden.
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“Dark City” A project by Station North Artists-In-Residence Hoesy Corona and Ada Pinkston supported by Neighborhood Lights at Penn Station Plaza, 1500 N Charles St
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