OPENING RECEPTION Saturday, April 1, 1-4pm
ARTIST RECEPTION Sunday, April 16, 1-3pm
Towson University Studio Art MFA candidates showcase their work at Hamilton Gallery in Making Moves. This group exhibition features a range of 2D & 3D work, and video installation. The selected artists explore an array of themes, including the natural world, sustainability, processes, social systems, life experiences, identity, and technology.
Featuring work by:
Erin Barry-Dutro, Zachary Diaz, Grace Doyle, Amelia Gossman, Mia Pisano, Cody Pryseski,
and Tara Youngborg.
Also exhibiting HAC artist members:
Jude Asher, Loring Boglioli, Marisa Canino, Schroeder Cherry, Diane Dennis, Grace Doyle, Nancy Keene Fishel, Tim Jankowiak, Amy Klainer, Mark Mellett, L. Nef’fahtiti Partlow-Myrick, Linda Popp, Lynn Poshepny, Lee Quick, Katie Rickman, Theresa Reuter, Michael Seipp, Bridget Z. Sullivan, Richard Sullivan, Maxine Taylor, & Alex Vanicky.
About Hamilton Arts Collective | Hamilton Gallery
Hamilton Arts Collective | Hamilton Gallery strives to support the arts in Baltimore City and in the Hamilton-Lauraville community by means of providing space for artistic expression, creative exploration and community involvement. HAC|HG is a 100% volunteer run 501c3 non-profit, and its mission is to be a community resource. We welcome creative initiatives that meet the needs of the community. Artists and those who support the arts from our community and elsewhere are invited to be involved.
Hamilton Arts Collective | Hamilton Gallery exhibition activities are supported by Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts Creativity Grant funds.
from left to right:
- Tara Youngborg – dataflow (Towson, MD), 2023 – digital video and sound
- Erin Barry – Beyond the Veil – risograph
- Mia Pisano – Decompose – steam bent ash, recycled found materials
- Grace Doyle – Canopy – oil on linen