News & Updates
Congratulations Graduate Research Development Grant winners!
Charmaine Bee, MFA Studio Art
Sara Lautman, Illustration Practice
Mara Pollins, MFA Studio Art
Samantha Redles, Curatorial Practice
We had a great group of competitive proposals this cycle! The next opportunity to apply for a Graduate Research Development Grant will be for the Fall Cycle in October 2014.
M.A. in Art Education Thesis Exhibition
On View: Tuesday, July 29-Friday, August 1
Sheila & Richard Riggs Gallery
Lazarus Center, 1st Floor
School of Professional and Continuing Studies (SPCS) Student Exhibition
Fox Building, Fox 3 Gallery
Reception: Thursday, August 7, 5–7 PM
Adult students who have taken classes through the School for Professional and Continuing Studies in fall, spring and summer of the 2013-2014 academic year will display their work during a collaborative exhibition.
GUTSY: Taking the Fear Factor Out of Feminism
Exhibition Reception: Friday, August 8th, 6 - 9 pm
Gallery CA, 440 E. Oliver Street, Baltimore MD
GUTSY: Taking the Fear Factor Out of Feminism is the inaugural exhibition of The Feminist Art Project – Baltimore and the exhibition, like the group, aims to create a safe and inclusive space to talk about current issues within the context of feminism. Highlighting the work of female artists and artists dealing with feminist issues, themes, and aesthetics the exhibition strives to contextualize itself within the parameters of the art world and society at large. This intention manifests itself in a number of ways throughout the exhibition with artists and artworks that represent a broad spectrum of ages, races, backgrounds which results in differing approaches, mediums, and subject matter.
Artists in the exhibition embrace, as well as challenge feminism, and what it means to be a feminist. The exhibition excavates and examines the many layers that make up what feminist art looks like today with a diversity of work, with everything from pieces that are feminist objects in and of themselves, to pieces that require a deeper look at artistic process and the hands behind their creation. And still other pieces are almost participatory in nature and require the viewer to consider invisible processes at play, gendered spaces and the effect of visual culture.
More info here!
Joan Cox, Sophie Monosmith, Quinn Palmer, Marian Glebes, Ingrid Nuttle, Irene O'Leary, Mary Anne Arntzen, Avery Von Ringle, Lindsey Bottos, Anne Boisvert, Jolie Kumin, Rachel Rotenburg, Agnes Moon, Crissian Chen, Margaret Rogers, FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture, Tanya Garcia, Lindsey Bailey, Annie Farrar, Shana Goetsch, Allison Yasukawa, Joanne Barnum
Call for Proposals: Programming at the Ynot Lot in Station North
Station North Arts & Entertainment, Inc. is now accepting proposals from artists, designers, performers, and community members interested in producing playful, engaging, and site-appropriate temporary programming at the Ynot Lot (4 W North Avenue).
Applicants are urged to consider the following:
- Accessibility, active pedestrian involvement, and overall impression to passerby
- Activation and animation of the space during various times of day
- Other events in the neighborhood
- Public art installations must consider issues of durability, vandalism, and theft. Installations should not introduce hazards of any kind for pedestrians or Ynot Lot users.
- Performances should consider noise levels on North Avenue and North Charles Street, as well as City noise ordinances
- Event must be open to the public, and if possible, free
The full Call for Proposals is available here.
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Application for Amalie Rothschild Gallery @ Creative Alliance
Please refer any questions, and submit your proposal to the attention of Jeremy Stern, Exhibitions and Programs Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due August 30th by 5pm
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