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Coffin Dust and Part Death play the opening for CP contributor J.M. Giordano's photo exhibition featuring portraits of death metal band members and fans.
Current Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by photgrapher Kyle Tata. In addition to the exhibit, Current is also releasing a catalog of Tata's work.
The Mitchell Gallery at St. John's College is celebrating its accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums with its first ever juried exhibition entitled, "Less is More: Small Works in a Great Space." A gala preview opening will be held on May 29 and the exhibition will run from May 30 to June 9.
The Jewish Museum of Maryland celebrates the opening of their newest exhibit exploring the intersection of food, religion, and Jewish identity in America. Tastings and samples to be offered, along with good conversation. (opening reception 1-4 p.m. Oct. 23) Ongoing exhibit.
18th annual exhibit of the museum brings together embroidering, diorama, film and other forms of art to create a story.
An exhibit of works by illustrator Bryan Collier, whose style combines elements of watercolor and collage.
An exhibit of 20 drawings working in conceptual and Minimalist styles, including works by Carl Andre, Mel Bochner, Olafur Eliasson, and others.
Works by Sascha Braunig, Aya Uekawa, and Erik Thor Sandberg show the surrealist touches of the Old Masters with a sense for today's pop culture.
An exhibit of nearly 40 paintings, prints, and drawings by Weber, Matisse, and other artists that inflenced Weber's avant garde painting style.
The Walters Art Museum presents an intricately decorated and inscribed wood panel from a Torah ark, a work of exceptional historical importance.
An exhibit of works by the Baltimore-born artist who became famous in Europe before dying at 30, leaving behind fewer than 20 paintings.
Works about and inspired by the life and legacy of Maryland-born abolitionist Harriet Tubman. Opening reception on March 23 from 3-5 p.m.
The 25th anniversary group exhibition features works by Robert Andriulli, Patricia Tobacco Forrester, Ellen Hill, Sheep Jones, Amy Lamb, Annie Leibovitz, Kathryn O'Grady, and Frank Trefny.
An exhibit of old photographs from The Sun that went through the process of engraving and retouching before being published in print.
An exhibit of more than 20 longrifles made in Maryland from private collections.
An exhibit celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech, and the second inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Works by the artist parody misogyny in modern art.
An exhibit of service wares and sets for daily use or special occasions.
A sculpture exhibit of twelve original pieces to commemorate the fiftieth anniverary of the March on Washington.
A week long event that include a variety of specials at local museums, including outdoor events and tours.
A collection of art centered around ways art can create a sense of place. Artists featured include Katherine Bennett, Stephen Bradley & Nicole King, K. David Fong, and Neal McDonald.
Baltimore-area high school students will present photographs and videos and discuss their experiences living in the city.
An collection of works done by graduating seniors in UMBC's Visual Arts program. Awards are given to students during the opening ceremony.
Artist and Native American healer Judy Tallwing presents her work , which includes paintings embedded with gems and minerals.
All Marylanders (and other visitors) are able to see their role in creating the United States. Not only are prominent Marylanders be featured, but the exhibit also includes an authentic Revolutionary War uniform and three of Charles Wilson Peale’s life-size paintings. Personal effects of George Washington and other Revolutionary War leaders are on display as well.
With an interactive telephone booth, a drawing studio, and rides in the Bat Mobile, ZAP! POW! BAM! The Superhero: The Golden Age of Comic Books is not your typical exhibition. Featuring superhero memorabilia, original comic book art, and video interviews with creators, this exhibition is fun for people of all ages.
Works from the Wetheim-Frary Collection Exhibit containing more than 250 rare books, periodicals, letters, photographs, and pieces of ephemera by and about Stephen Crane.
This exhibit features the response of Maryland High School students to the Walters Art Museum’s exhibition New Eyes on America: The Genius of Richard Caton Woodville. Participating schools included Arts and Communication Academy at Governor Thomas Jefferson High School, Baltimore City College,Eastern Technical High School, Lansdowne High School, and Western High School. New Eyes on America: Students Response contains components such as animations, videos and digital art as well as studio art. All artworks are accompanied by the students’ artist statements.
Works by Benjamin Andrew, Hannah Brancato, Emily Campbell, Jon Duff, Nathan Gorgen, Jordan Kasey, Vincent Valerio, and Make Studio.
Art exhibition at the Meeting House Gallery in Columbia. Features the work of artists Laurence Chandler (acrylic, mixed media), Cathy Leaycraft (photography), Bob Paulding (photography), and Colleen Sabo (pastels, acrylic). A wine and cheese event will be held with the artists on Sunday, June 16 (from 1:30pm to 3:30pm) in celebration of the 26th anniversary of the Columbia Festival of the Arts.
New York City gallery.
This gallery exhibits artwork from all over the African continent, both traditional or antique and contemporary works. The pieces run the gamut from textiles to sculpture to musical instruments. The gallery is also part of a cultural center which includes a performance space and hosts theater, music (including African drumming), lectures and workshops.
This library gallery, part of the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), hosts both exhibits of the works from the Albin O. Kuhn collections and traveling exhibitions. In part because of the library's extensive photography collection, many of the exhibits focus on the photographic medium. The works are not for sale.
The American Visionary Arts museum defines visionary artists as self-taught individuals without formal art training who express their "innate personal vision" through their work, and presents one exhibit at a time, each based around a theme. In addition to its 6 galleries, the museum also boasts The Tall Sculpture Barn, The Giant Whirligig and Sculpture Plaza, and The Wildflower Garden. The Joy America Cafe adjoins the museum.
This museum, part of the Smithsonian Institute, is dedicated to documenting and examining the African-American experience and its exhibitions deal with African-American history and heritage as well as contemporary urban issues. It also hosts dance classes and workshops.
This Smithsonian museum, along with the adjoining Freer Gallery of Art, presents Asian art from ancient times to the present, from the Mediterranean to Japan. The permanent collection of over 1,000 works is supplemented by international loans. The gallery also houses a public research library of about 55,000 volumes, half in Chinese or Japanese.
The Asian Arts and Culture Center at Towson University has approximately 1,000 art objects from China, Korea, Japan, India, Tibet, Nepal, Cambodia, Indonesia and Thailand. The collection includes ceramics, paintings, wood-block prints, textiles, carved ivories, wood, metal and stone sculpture, cloisonné enamels and furniture. Selected objects are displayed in the Asian Arts Gallery throughout the academic year.
The Baltimore Museum of Art is home to the renowned Cone Collection, and its permanent collection also includes American Painting and Decorative Arts, European Painting and Sculpture, Arts of Africa, Asia, the Americas and Oceania, Modern and Contemporary Art, Prints, Drawings and Photographs and a stunning sculpture garden. The museum also hosts several special exhibitions, which rotate throughout the year.
The largest non-federal museum in D.C., the Corcoran Gallery is particularly known for its American and European masterworks, but it also holds special exhibits of contemporary work throughout the year.
The Esther Prangley Rice Gallery has two exhibition areas, one of which currently houses a continuous display of the Albert and Eva Blum Collection of Art from five continents. The other, larger area hosts 5-6 exhibits per year, including the juried Kathryn E. Wentz Art Show of sculpture, printmaking, drawing, photography, painting and computer graphics by WMC art students in the spring. Works by local, regional and national artists working in all mediums round out the gallery schedule.
Together the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery form the National Museum of Asian Art at the Smithsonian Institution. This world-renowned collection of art includes pieces from China, Japan, Korea, South and Southeast Asia, and the Near East, including Chinese paintings, Japanese folding screens, Korean ceramics, Indian and Persian manuscripts, and Buddhist sculpture. The Freer also houses a collection of 19th-century and early 20th-century American art, including the world's largest group of works by James McNeill Whistler. In addition, the gallery offers classes for teachers, families and children.
The Hirshhorn has one of the most comprehensive collections of modern sculpture in the United States or abroad, as well as contemporary art, European painting since World War II and American painting since the late l9th century. In addition to its permanent exhibits, the Hirshhorn hosts special exhibitions which usually focus on the work of an individual contemporary artist.
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Celebrate the release of the new issues of the comics Henry $ Glen: Forever and Ever #2 and Suspect Device. Josh Bayer will be there to read comics and share stories.
Harold Pinter's 1960's play about a homeless man (played by Marc Horwitz) who is invited by two working class brothers to stay in a dilapidated London flat that begins a war of treachery, dominance, and mystery.
This all-inclusive fundrasing event, presented by Suited to Succeed, seeks to help underprivileged women transition from welfare to work. Attendees are encouraged to bring tax deductible donations of women's business attire and accessories. This year, honorary chair and special guest Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will honor the "Angels," special donors who have conributed their time and funds to the organization. Patrice Sanders of Fox 45 will once again host the event. Attendees will be welcomed with food, drinks, and entertainment.
This years KarmaFest features Bhakti Tree, Raa Djarsi, Linda Biggs, David London as well as holistic healing, meditation, spiritualist, healthy food and more!
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