Apr
8
7:00 PM19:00

Opening Reception for Eruptions Of The Digital Into The Physical

Join us for the opening reception for the exhibition, Eruptions Of The Digital Into The Physical, happening during a special Prints and Multiples Fair edition of the monthly Alloverstreet Art walk! More info below.

 

Eruptions Of The Digital Into The Physical

This exhibition has been developed alongside a larger exhibition entitled Just Press Print which has been curated by UWE Lecturer / Researcher Dr. Paul Laidler. The Just Press Print exhibition presents a number of artists and designers that have worked collaboratively with Paul Laidler through his print publishing work athttp://www.cfpreditions.co.uk/. The print publishing and exhibition work both comment upon the influence of digital technology within the discipline of printmaking and the field of graphic arts. Just Press Print was exhibited at MICA from December 2015 to March 2016 and will continue to travel in the USA between 2016 – 2017.

 

To create this exhibit, students from both the University of the West England, Bristol UK and Maryland Institute College of Art were asked to explore the development of today’s technologically informed scene as a maker of physical artworks, and respond to one of the following quotes / ruminations (that are central to all the artists works in the Just Press Print exhibition) by the American author and futurist Bruce Sterling -  ‘Looking through the eyes of machines as humans’ and ‘Eruptions of the digital into the physical’. The goal of this endeavor is simple, to create work that engages the public with the possibilities of print in the digital age. 

 

Participating artists include: Kaitlin Beebe, Amelia Bombace, Evan Christopherson, Kaitlyn Conte , M. McCallum Dickens, Jackson Farley, Alexandra Harmel, Alexandria Henry, Dasom Kim, Ema Koch, Dan Langston, Aida Ramirez, Amber Rhein, Isabel Rosen-Hamilton, Madison Scillian, Morgan Strahorn, Jamie Burns, Ruth Irvine, Evangelina Papadopoulos, Eleanor Elliot-Rathbone, Matilda Scott, Olivia Beckett, Tom Handy, Jono Kamester, Steve McCarthy, Willem Purdy, Stuart Cannell, Nick Greenglass, Judy Lau, Jono Sandilands and Stephanie Turnbull

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Oct
9
6:00 PM18:00

Reception for Cutz: Black Men In Focus.

Join us in celebration of:

Cutz: Black Men in Focus by Gracie Xavier
On View: October 2-30, 2015
Reception: October 9, 2015 6-9pm


"Cutz: Black Men in Focus" is a photography and video exhibit by Gracie Xavier that investigates current events, social myths and personal perceptions surrounding the Black male identity through the backdrop of the African American barber shop.

“As a Social Worker and Community Artist, I was deeply moved and inspired to create an intrinsic solution to address the social justice issues facing men of color,” says artist Gracie Xavier. Often the only stories highlighted of black men are centered around violence, incarceration, and death. Because stories depicting positive images of African American men are not readily available or highlighted in the media, Xavier worked in collaboration with local barbershops, community groups and schools to amplify the voices of African American men in the narration of their own stories and celebration of their lives.

This community art project is produced by Gracie Xavier and curated by Michelle Ivette Gomez.

Interested in scheduling a tour of the exhibition? Would you like a copy of the press release? Have any questions? Please contact blackmeninfocus@gmail.com.

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Sep
25
7:00 PM19:00

Rituals and The Docile Body: Closing Reception and Potluck

One last opportunity to see "Rituals and the Docile Body", the work of Dafna Rehavia. Join us and get an intimate look at the work and have an in-depth discussion with the artist. Feel free to bring a dish. No alcohol please.

About the Artist:

Dafna Rehavia is an Israeli born feminist, activist artist. She explores the docile body as the site of specific behaviors that she defines as rituals. Her works symbolize the ways authoritative discourses trap our bodies. Rituals and the Docile Body sheds light on the bodily practice and performance of “natural,” accepted, cultural, religious and political acts and habits. The exhibit has three bodies of work that deal with religious and political rituals “Menstrual Wedding Dress’”; “ConStricted”; and “Present-Absent: De-Constructed”. A dance ritual performance and participatory workshop will take place during the opening night, inviting audience members to join the artist in turning menstrual pads into ‘flowers’.

Rehavia received her B.F.A & BED from Beit-Berl, Hamidrasha Israel, M.A. CAT at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, and her Ph.D at the University of Derby, UK. Rehavia’s work has been exhibited internationally, in Tel Aviv, Amsterdam, New York City, Pittsburgh, Boston, Chicago and more.
dafnarehavia.com

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Sep
4
7:00 PM19:00

Reception for Rituals and The Docile Body: featuring Slowdanger and The Feminist Art Project-Baltimore.

Join us for the opening of Rituals and The Docile Body: Work by Dafna Rehavia.

Featuring:

Participatory workshop by The Feminist Project-Baltimore: 7:00pm

Dance Performance by Slowdanger - Pittsburgh: 8:00pm

About the artists:

Dafna Rehavia is an Israeli born feminist, activist artist. She explores the docile body as the site of specific behaviors that she defines as rituals. Her works symbolize the ways authoritative discourses trap our bodies. Rituals and the Docile Body sheds light on the bodily practice and performance of “natural,” accepted, cultural, religious and political acts and habits. The exhibit has three bodies of work that deal with religious and political rituals “Menstrual Wedding Dress’”; “ConStricted”; and “Present-Absent: De-Constructed”. A dance ritual performance and participatory workshop will take place during the opening night, inviting audience members to join the artist in turning menstrual pads into ‘flowers’.

Rehavia received her B.F.A & BED from Beit-Berl, Hamidrasha Israel, M.A. CAT at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, and her Ph.D at the University of Derby, UK. Rehavia’s work has been exhibited internationally, in Tel Aviv, Amsterdam, New York City, Pittsburgh, Boston, Chicago and more. dafnarehavia.com

Slowdanger is a movement/music duo from Pittsburgh, PA founded by Taylor Knight and Anna Thompson. Using performance as ritual practice, Slowdanger soaks the observer in memory by creating immersive multi-media experiences that delve into patterns of the circular rhythms of life. Anna/Taylor currently create with The Pillow Project, merrygogo, Mark C. Thompson, Jil Stifel, Jasmine Hearn, and Mario Ashkar Film. Slowdanger released their full length album 'memory 3' in March 2015. Most recently they presented their performance piece “swimmoon” at the PGH Biennial and the Space Upstairs.www.slowdangerslowdanger.com

The Feminist Art Project -Baltimore,  recognizes the aesthetic, intellectual and political impact of all women on art, history and culture, regardless of race, class or creed. The Feminist Art Project-Baltimore is a grassroots, non-profit arts organization which aims to be inclusive; supporting local, self-identified women artists, as well as men who recognize and promote Baltimore area women in the arts.  http://tfapbmore.blogspot.com/

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Jun
22
to Jul 4

LabBodies presents: Borders, Boundaries, and Barricades

Dates: June 22nd - July 4th 

Locations: Gallery CA, La Bodega Gallery, and LabBodies (Copycat B401)

Borders, Boundaries, and Barricades, is a two week long performance art review highlighting the performance art community in Baltimore.The festival will feature works from emerging to mid-career artists based in Baltimore 

Including: 

Waqia Abdul-Kareem, Eames Armstrong, BFLY, Esther Baker-Tarpaga,  Erick Benitez, Jacob Budenz, Alanna Clarke,  Bobby English, Hoesy Corona, Shola Cole, Alexander D’Agostino, Laure Drougal, Isa Leal, Leila Khoury, Kristin Nicole McWharter, Emilia Pennanen, Ada Pinkston, Paul Short, Marcel Mandeng, Sophia Mak, Noelle Tolbert, Lucia Treasure

Programing will include scheduled performances, interactive installations, artist talks, and a panel discussion. 

About Borders, Boundaries, and Barricades

The three week long festival will examine the concept of borders, visible/invisible lines that separate two or more political or geographic areas. A border is an edge, a limitation, a boundary. They may be real/imagined; internal/external; self/other; life/ death; of the city/state. Borders  both bring us together as well as define our wounds. 

Despite the complexity of the bonds and wounds that borders create, we often find ourselves working with or against them in our everyday interactions as they strictly monitor and circumscribe our human movements

About LabBodies

LabBodies is a performance art laboratory based in Baltimore Maryland that provides a format for artists working in the arena of performance art to exhibit their work, with the primary values of collaboration, experimentation, and interaction. LabBodies has been commissioned by Artscape (2015), The Baltimore Museum of Art (2014), Bromo Arts District (2014) and Transmodern Performance Festival (2014) to create ephemeral happenings that engages audiences with our signature interactive time-based works. 

The Vision of LabBodies is to establish Baltimore as a location where regional, national and international performance artists live and work through: ongoing series of performance art events, performance artist residencies and a new series of performance art festivals. To date, LabBodies has showcased over 50 local, regional, national and international performance artists. The Laboratory was founded in 2014 and is under the direction of Dr. H. Corona and Dr. A. Pinkston.

At Gallery CA

Monday June 22nd 

Women on the Borders

Performances by:
Allana Clarke 
Olushola Cole 
Virginia Warwick 

Conversation piece with:
Sheila Gaskin
Valeska Populoh
Isa Leal
Carly J Bales

Tuesday June 23rd

Supernatural Boundaries

Performances by:

Laure Drogoul 
Noelle Tolbert
Madeline Joan
Christine Ferrera
Emilia Pennanen 

Wednesday June 24th

Racial Margins

Performances by:
Waqia Abdul-Kareem
Marcelline Mandeng
Sophia Mak
Abdu Ali
Fahimeh Vahdat 

Thursday June 25th

Expressions Suppressed

Performances By:
Paul Shortt
Alexander D’Agostino
Isa Leal
 

Friday June 26th

Border Busting

Curated by: Kristin McWharter 
Performances BY:
Esther Baker-Tarpaga
Ren Pepitone
Bobby English Jr 
Theresa Columbus

Saturday June 27th

Gemini

Curated by: Jacob Budenz
Performances by:
Lucia and Thomas Treasure 
Eames Armstrong
Antibody Corporation
Alexander D’Agostino
Jake and Alex Budenz
 

Sunday June 28th

Not From Here Not From There

Performance by:

Leila Khoury and Erick Benitez 

Erick Antonio Benitez is Salvadorian-American visual artist based in Baltimore MD. After recieving a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Benitez has been actively exhibiting work ranging from painting, sculpture/installation, video, sound & performance art in the DC/Baltimore area. Benitez is also the co-founder of La Bodega Gallery & Bodega artist studios residing in the copycat building located in station north arts district.
 

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Reception for ICA BALTIMORE: Angela Conant: Deuteranope
May
29
7:00 PM19:00

Reception for ICA BALTIMORE: Angela Conant: Deuteranope

ICA Baltimore presents Angela Conant: Deuteranope, a multimedia
exhibition of painting, projection, sculpture, and
installation. Works will be arranged according to their
meaning in relationship to dark and light, inner and outer,
consciousness and unconsciousness. Projection in an interior,
dark gallery-within-gallery will serve as a false window to
the outside/light space, and will display narrative that
fictionalizes the objects outside. Works on the inside of the
dark space will be balanced on the outside by countering or
opposing objects.

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May
6
7:00 PM19:00

OUTSIDE(R) RECEPTION

Ben Cricchi is a photographer, who specializes in but is 
not confined to portraiture. His work consistently captures 
the human side of the street. He has been a contributor to the Baltimore City Paper, offering a variety of images of city life. He has also traveled extensively which has provided a worldly perspective to his body of work.

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SPECIAL TOPPINGS RECEPTION
Apr
10
11:00 AM11:00

SPECIAL TOPPINGS RECEPTION

SPECIAL TOPPINGS
work by Nicole Ackerman

ON VIEW April 10 - May 1
RECEPTION Friday, April 10 (7-10PM)

 

Nicole Ackerman (b.1990) is an artist currently working and living in Baltimore, MD. She received her BFA in General Fine Arts with a concentration in Photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She primarily works in the medium of collage.

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STAGE FRIGHT OPENING + ALLOVERSTREET ART WALK
Mar
27
7:00 PM19:00

STAGE FRIGHT OPENING + ALLOVERSTREET ART WALK

STAGE FRIGHT is a solo show of new paintings by Baltimore artist Sean FitzPatrick.

Sean FitzPatrick (b. 1990) is a painter based in Baltimore, MD. In 2012 he received his BFA in painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art and has since exhibited his work in New York, Virginia, and Maryland. Recent group shows include, Juvenescence at the Silber Art Gallery (MD), Baltimore Artists + Mera Rubell + WPA = Love at Marianne Boesky Gallery (NY), and Select 2014 at Artisphere (VA).

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Poets for Dinner
Mar
15
6:00 PM18:00

Poets for Dinner

A monthly event that every 3rd Sunday brings you communication, communion, community, great food, great entertainment, and free hugs. What more could you possibly need in a venue?

www.Facebook.com/PoetsForDinner

You don't have to be a poet or even like poetry to come and enjoy a great home-cooked and FREE meal among like minded people. It's about coming together and communing through the best way I can think of, food & expression. So if you sing, dance, do poetry, paint, play instruments, do monologues, scream randomly, rant or whatever you do in good conscience, you are welcomed!!!! The title came because I'm a poet and I'm hosting the dinner. And our amazing multifaceted co-host @Najah Schorre Bayyan dabbles into some great poetry too... :-)

And yes, you read that correctly, it's absolutely FREE!
*******Thanks to our sponsors Family Empowerment Services & Dreams Citadel Production.*******

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Mar
6
7:00 PM19:00

ALLOVERSTREET ART WALK

Process Collective Presents:
ALLOVERSTREET - March 6, 2015 7-10PM
Alloverstreet is an evening of simultaneous art openings and events spanning the many arts spaces of East Oliver Street in The Station North Arts and Entertainment District. 
City Paper’s “Best Art Walk That Doesn’t Suck” 2014

La Bodega Gallery
ANXIETY4U
Curated by Anthony Grago
Work by Eric Benitez, Anthony Grago, Drew Haglin, Lucas Novaes, Pablo Machiolli, & Danyell Perkins
The Copycat Building, Apt A100, 1511 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202

Lil Gallery
Foose Designs
Works by Tony Auth
The Copycat Building, Apt A100, 1511 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202

Terrault Contemporary
Alchemical Studio 
A bio art installation by Richard Walshe
The Copycat Building, 1515 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202

The Copycat Building Garage
FOOT LOCKER
Curated by Joseph Shaikewitz
Work by Thomas Teurlai
The Copycat Building, 1511 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202

Gallery CA
XENOS
Matt Adelberg, Andrew Boudreau, Christianna Clark, Kevin Cobb, Ilana Elbaze, Joshua Fetzer, Matthew Freel, Lynn Hunter, Jordan Purnell Jackson, Scott T. Mallory, Jr., Rahn Marion, Paul Rucker, MacKenzie Schroeder, Terron Sorrells, McKinley Wallace III, & Amare Worku
440 E Oliver Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

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Feb
26
7:00 PM19:00

XENOS Gallery Talk

The Xenos gallery talk is an opportunity for the Baltimore community to listen and learn about the issues present in the show's body of work. Featuring guest speakers Leslie King Hammond and Rabbi Daniel Burg of Congregation Beth Am.

Thursday, February 26th at 7pm

GALLERY CA
440 East Oliver Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
info@galleryca.org - 410.528.9239 - galleryca.org/xenos

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Feb
13
6:00 PM18:00

XENOS Reception

Xenos takes a look at recent and historical patterns of violence against two cultural groups, Jews and African Americans, and the adversity that they share. Artists from Baltimore and abroad discuss issues of identity in a multimedia exhibit with a series of political and aesthetic themes.

On View Feb 13- Mar 13
OPENING RECEPTION February 13, 2015
GALLERY TALK February 26, 2015
CLOSING RECEPTION March 13, 2015

galleryca.org/xenos

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THE PEACEMAKER
Jan
29
to Feb 2

THE PEACEMAKER

Beginning January 29, 2015 and running through February 2, 2015, Gallery CA will host a phenomenal performance revealing the rarely seen development (from boy to leader) of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in a Community Theater production called, 'THE PEACEMAKER' Written by Arnold Pinnix and Directed by Daniel Wynne. This feature exposes the many layers of a young boy King whose “dream” forever changed a nation...our nation.

PERFORMANCES ARE $FREE$ TO THE PUBLIC

January 29th 2015, 7:30pm
January 30th 2015, 7:30pm
January 31st 2015, 7:30pm
February 1st 2015, 5:00pm
February 2nd 2015, 7:30pm

*Must sign guest list to enter performance @ http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/805096

Featuring Pastor Ryan Palmer, Senior Pastor, Seventh Metro Church, as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Donations will be accepted on the days of performances. Portions of your donations will support educational programs such as establishing 'Friends of VPA at Coppin State University, 'creating funding for adjunct educators and providing a donation to a scholarship fund at Bowie State University in honor of Dr. H.D. Flowers, II.

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LIVING FIELDS Opening Reception
Dec
19
6:00 PM18:00

LIVING FIELDS Opening Reception

GALLERY CA presents LIVING FIELDS in December of 2014, featuring the work of Shannon Durbin, Paige Vickers, Dingding Hu, Sarah Schneider, Ambyr Deanna Hodges, and Jacintho. Stories are not complete without characters and their surroundings. This exhibit considers place and personification in visual narratives. 

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GET YOUR LIFE! RECEPTION
Dec
5
7:00 PM19:00

GET YOUR LIFE! RECEPTION

Get Your Life! Productions, a collaborative, youth-centered video production company consisting of student artists from 901 Arts and MICA, will take over Gallery CA, turning the space into a production studio to create a new video. GYL! will spend the year developing a collective utopian futurist vision and all videos will be set in this realm.The gallery will change constantly throughout the course of the exhibition, serving as the casting office, the workshop, the dressing room, the soundstage, and finally the exhibit of sets, props, costumes and other artifacts resulting from the video filming.

RECEPTION December 5 (7-10PM)

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Sight Unseen Baltimore presents Entanglements
Nov
4
7:00 PM19:00

Sight Unseen Baltimore presents Entanglements

Entanglements (2009-2014)
Sandra Gibson + Luis Recoder

Multiple 16mm projection performance; black & white, mixed media; optical soundtrack
processed live by special guest local artist, Max Eilbacher, approx. 60 minutes

http://sightunseenbaltimore.com/

Entanglements is a projection performance conceived as an open invitation for sound artists to process the optical soundtracks from an array of handcrafted 16mm film loops. The artist is completely free to interpret the soundtracks in any way they see fit. Entanglements was originally commissioned by Light Industry for the Performa 09 Biennial in New York, featuring sound artist Ben Owen. Since then the artists have performed the work with Adam Sonderberg for the San Francisco Cinematheque’s Crossroads festival in 2010 and Claudio Rocchetti for Atelier Impopulaire’s Split: A Visual Restitution exhibition during the May Invitational at DOCVA in Milan, Italy 2014.

Sandra Gibson and Luis Recoder stage the scene of film as orphaned object through the temporal labor of moving image installation. Collaborators since 2000, Gibson and Recoder unite the rich traditions of the experimental film, particularly its structuralist and materialist strands, and the multi-modal sensibility of expanded cinema that emerged in the 1960s, in which the moving image was woven into the labile space of performance, sound and audience interaction. Their larger body of work explores this interstice between avant-garde film practice and the incorporation of moving images and time-based media into the museum and art gallery. Gibson and Recoder have exhibited internationally at numerous museums, galleries, and film festivals such as the Whitney Museum of American Art (NY, NY); Madison Square Park Conservancy (NY, NY), Performa (NY, NY); Redcat (Los Angeles, CA); Ballroom Marfa (Marfa, TX); Sundance Film Festival (Park City, UT); Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (St. Louis, MO); Toronto International Film Festival (Toronto, Canada); Tate Modern (London, UK); Institute of Contemporary Arts (London, UK); Viennale (Vienna, Austria), Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen (Oberhausen, Germany), HMKV (Dortmund, Germany);MuHKA (Antwerp, Belgium); International Film Festival Rotterdam (Rotterdam, The Netherlands); Serralves Foundation (Porto, Portugal); and the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art (Kanazawa, Japan). Gibson and Recoder live and work in New York.

Max Eilbacher is a local video and sound artist from Baltimore, Maryland.

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STRANGE YEAR RECEPTION / ALLOVERSTREET ART WALK
Oct
10
7:00 PM19:00

STRANGE YEAR RECEPTION / ALLOVERSTREET ART WALK

On View OCTOBER 6 - 31
Reception Saturday, OCTOBER 10 (7PM) during ALLOVERSTREET Art Walk

Strange Year exhibits the work of Brady Starr and members of his family, featuring new and old oil paintings by the artist and works of art that have been damaged during a house fire in 2013. The display will reflect a timeline of work to compare style changes throughout Starr's life, and his family's.

Brady Starr has worked collaboratively and individually on a variety of socially engaged interdisciplinary projects for over a decade. He has exhibited at The Metro Gallery, Syn Gallery, Load of Fun, 2d Gallery, Gallery 788, Gallery 21g, Page 5 Gallery, Echo Gallery, The Low-Fi Social Club and Blue Door Gallery in New York. Starr currently works as a full time visual artist and is owner of Pub and Paint, an event company that teaches public art classes in Baltimore. He was named “Best Visual Artist” in 2007 by Baltimore City Paper readers and runner up for Best Visual Artist in 2011.

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ALLOVERSTREET Art Walk
Aug
29
to Aug 30

ALLOVERSTREET Art Walk

ALLOVERSTREET 
August 29, 2014 
7-10pm

A monthly evening of simultaneous openings and events spanning the many arts spaces of East Oliver Street in
The Station North Arts and Entertainment District.

Annex 2E
ICE
By A.Isabel and Diane Hugé
The Annex, Apt 2E, 419 E. Oliver St. Baltimore, MD 21202

Bodega Gallery
Ephemeral Peripherals
Curated by Erick Antonio Benitez
Featuring Sara Grose, Aaron Hughes, Amy Hughes Braden, Kelly Hughes, Nikki Lee, and Pablo M Machioli,
The Copycat Building, Apt A100, 1511 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD
21202

Gallery CA
CO | PATRIOT
Paintings by Stephen Towns
440 E Oliver St, Baltimore, MD 21202

Lil Gallery
Josh Nukem performs Satie’s Gymnopèdies & Gnossiennes’ No. 1 & 3
The Copycat Building, Apt C403, 1511 Guilford Ave, Baltimore, MD
21202

219 E. Preston
Plate Vol. 1
Work by Brent Holland Baker, Jordan Bernier, John Bohl,
Stephen Booth, Kodi Fabricant, Salvatore Farina, and Kimi
Hanauer
219 E. Preston St, Baltimore, MD, 21202

Springsteen
BASE PERIOD
by Alan Resnick and Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez
The Copycat Building, Apt B303, 1511 Guilford Ave,
Baltimore, MD 21202

More info at ProcessCollective.tumblr.com

See you there!!

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CO | PATRIOT Reception
Aug
21
7:00 PM19:00

CO | PATRIOT Reception

Emerging Artist Stephen Towns delivers a breathtaking series of new paintings for his debut one-man exhibition co | patriot at Gallery CA in Baltimore, Maryland.

co | patriot explores the uncomfortable issues, we, Americans, continue to face each day. Towns paints portraiture deeply rooted in the reality of race, its effects on society and the conflicted legacy on all Americans, as “post-racial” America slowly morphs into cliché.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 2014, 7-10 PM
GALLERY CA 
440 E. OLIVER STREET
BALTIMORE, MD 21202


www.galleryca.org/copatriot
www.stephentowns.com
www.facebook.com/GalleryCA
www.facebook.com/stephentownsart

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GUTSY Reception
Aug
8
6:00 PM18:00

GUTSY Reception

Juried by Allison Gulick, the Exhibition Coordinator for TFAP-B, and Katie Bachler, artist-in-residence at the BMA and the Director of Community Outreach and Programs for the Women's Center for Creative Work (WCCW) in Los Angeles, GUTSY features work by regional artists: Mary Anne Arntzen, Lindsey Bailey, Joanne Barnum, Anne Boisvert, Lindsey Bottos, Christopher Chen, Joan Cox, Annie Farrar, Tanya Garcia, Marian Glebes, Shana Goetsch, Jolie Kumin, Sophie Monosmith, Agnes Moon, Ingrid Nuttle, Irene O'Leary, Quinn Palmer, Margret Rogers, Rachel Rotenburg, FORCE:Upsetting Rape Culture, Avery Von Ringle, and Allison Yasukawa.

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GUTSY Storytelling Circle with Power Inside
Jul
23
7:00 PM19:00

GUTSY Storytelling Circle with Power Inside

For the past thirteen years, Power Inside has been bringing women in Baltimore together to create collective spaces for healing, growth, and change. We embrace our roots in feminist consciousness-raising and convene women's groups in prisons, jails, shelters, and on the streets. On the evening of July 23, members of Power Inside will facilitate the simple yet radical feminist work of women's circles, through telling and listening to stories from women whose every day experience is about being "gutsy". We will also invite participants to reconnect the personal to the political by sharing their own stories. We ask that participants come on time (re: early) and be prepared to stay for the entire event. Space will be limited.

Power Inside (www.powerinside.org) serves women impacted by incarceration, street life and abuse. We offer direct services, leadership development, advocacy, and public education to help women build self-sufficiency, heal from violence, and end the cycles of poverty and incarceration. We seek safety, dignity and justice for women and their families in Baltimore. 

 

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Artscape Weekend Extended Hours
Jul
19
to Jul 20

Artscape Weekend Extended Hours

Gallery CA will be open during Artscape from 12-4PM Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Please join The Feminist Art Project – Baltimore (TFAP-B)  for GUTSY: Taking the Fear Factor Out of Feminism, an exhibition which seeks to highlight the work of female artists and artists dealing with feminist issues, themes and aesthetics.

The Feminist Art Project – Baltimore and Gallery CA are proud members of the 2014 ArtScape Gallery Network sponsored by M&T Bank.

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