Alloverstreet May 2016

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Issue 2 of the BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas is [...]

Photos by Tommy Bruce of Baltimore’s Favorite Art Walk

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.

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DOUBLE TAKE, An exhibition by Madeline Gallucci

and Bromide, a group show

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Ballroom Gallery
Work by Michael Quednau, Maya Ragazzo, Aja Bivens, and Amanda Perkins.
The Copycat, Unit B202, 1511 Guilford Ave

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“Ass Dance: A Showlo-so”
A solo show by Cathy Cook
The Copycat, Unit B401, 1511 Guilford Ave

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Penthouse Gallery
“Gina Debut”
Works by Ginny Huo and Christina Martinelli
The Copycat, Unit B501, 1511 Guildford Ave

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“Fill All My Holes”
Paintings by Viveca Licata.
440 E Oliver Sttbruce_alloverstreet_may2016-61 tbruce_alloverstreet_may2016-62 tbruce_alloverstreet_may2016-63 tbruce_alloverstreet_may2016-64 Bodega Gallery
Featuring projections by Stephen Crouch (DC) and Sean Berg (Baltimore) and performances by Ch’lich K’aaxil (Baltimore), Cigarette (DC) and Anne Claire (NC).
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