Social Ingredients: Performance
March 23rd, 2018, 7-9pm
Featuring: Christine Ferrera ‘’Starbux Diary’’, Christine Stiver ‘’Too Damn Sincere’’ in collaboration with actor Tracie Jiggetts
Admission is free and drinks are available from Showroom Café and Bar’s Menu
A pair of performance will be presented on March 23, 7pm at Showroom Café and Bar, located on the first floor of Motor House in Baltimore as part of ‘’Social Ingredients’’ project. Artist Christine Ferrera will perform her work ‘’Starbux Diary’’, a time-based art project where the artist spent a decade writing comment cards to Starbucks. ‘’Too Damn Sincere’’ is artist Christine Stiver’s new work in collaboration with actor Tracie Jiggetts. This performance, which is about the ceremony of eating and the sound of teeth scraping against silverware, will also be performed.
Social Ingredients is Rebecca Lu’s MICA MFA Curatorial Practice Thesis project, which aims to immerse audiences in food culture through installation, sculpture, video, performance, and public programs. The project’s curatorial platform explores the significance of meal production and consumption as both a social component of everyday life and a meaningful art practice.
The exhibition will be on view at Current Space(421 N Howard) from April 7 - 29, 2018 with an opening reception on April 7, 7-10pm.
March.23 - April.08
Opening Reception: March.23 6:00 PM
Pinkard Gallery - Bunting Center
1401 W. Mt.Royal Ave.
Babble Programming Event: Gerald Leavell II — The Likeness Of...
In this "portrait vivant", literary/visual/performing artist Gerald Leavell II introduces a personified portrait of an African American bohemian traveler. Through a series of prose, poetry, and anecdotes, Leavell reflects upon his own cross-cultural communication barriers, methods of understanding, and connections between peoples in the world.
March 2-March 28, 2018
OPENING RECEPTION: March 2, 7-9 pm
440 E Oliver St, Baltimore, MD 21201
ARTISTS: Jianfeng Yao, Alina and Jeff Bliumis, Gerald Leavell II, Brendan Fernandes, Lucio Pozzi, Naoko Wowsugi.
Curator: Yuzhuo (Mark) Zhang
M-F 12-4 pm
And by appointment
ADMISSION | Free
Communicate with Charisma & Clarity:
Time: 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Location: Leake Lecture Hall
Babble Closing Event: Performance by Lucio Pozzi — A Declaration in Patchameena
A Declaration in Patchameena
A four-parts speech in the artist’s traditional nonsense language, delivered through the buildup of sound, physical gestures, and facial expressions.
Music by Tee Tree Trio
Please lower the voice during the performance.
Performance during the opening reception of the exhibition Babble, curated by Yuzhuo (Mark) Zhang.
Friday, March 26, 2018 @ 7:00pm
Gallery CA, 440 E Oliver St, Baltimore, MD 21202
Lucio Pozzi is a pioneering multidisciplinary artist, who lives and works in Hudson NY and Valeggio s/M Italy. Pozzi's work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art; the DIA Center for the Arts; P. S.1 MOMA; the Venice Biennale, Italy; Documenta in Kassel; Kunsthalle Bielefeld and Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany, among many other museums.
Tee Tree Trio is a High-density, arhythmic, & percussive improvisatory trio featuring Chris Cummins (cello, auxiliary percussion, objects), Hayden Right (prepared guitar, found sound, AM radio), and Maria Emilia Duno (circuit bent electronics and electro acoustics).
MFACA's POWER Speaker Series Event!
Location: 814 North Collington Ave, Baltimore, MD 21205
BmoreArt Re-Model PD Speaker Series
I wanted to put this event on your radar for Thursday, March 29! BmoreArt is hosting Heather Darcy Bhandari, a NY-based curator and author of ART/WORK (the best artist PD book that exists in my opinion) and Amy Eva Raehse, executive director and curator of Goya Contemporary.
We will be discussing 'Ethics and the Art Gallery' and I know that these two women bring a wealth of information valuable to artists at all stages of their careers and also to collectors.
Please share with your students, networks, and colleagues! This should be good.
It's free but seating is limited, so please ask ppl to RSVP!
Thanks for your help and support! Please share!
BLACKBIRD- Curated by Alexis Dixon (Curatorial Practice MFA)
Reception: March 9, 2018 6 - 9 pm
Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
847 N Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21201
Click here for more information
BABBLE Curated By Yuzhuo Mark Zhang (Curatorial Practice 2018)
On view: March 2 - March 28，2018
Reception: March 2, 2018 7:00 PM - 9 PM
Location: Gallery CA (City Art Building, Baltimore)
440 E Oliver Street, Baltimore, MD
M-F 12-4 pm, and by appointment
Featured artists: Jianfeng Yao, Alina and Jeff Bliumis, Gerald Leavell II, Brendan Fernandes, Lucio Pozzi, Naoko Wowsugi.
For interviews, gallery tours, and press images, contact Yuzhuo (Mark) Zhang at email@example.com or 773-441-5727. For additional information, visit www.babblebabble.com.
Babble features multimedia works by national and international artists that deconstruct how language barriers alter verbal communication and understanding. This curatorial project and its related programming untangle the roots of human expression in order to establish an aesthetic and universal lingua franca.
PATHS OF PERCEPTION - Curated by Hui (Becky) Li
Featured artists: Eric Corriel, Paul Daniel, Susan Humphery, Alfredo Rodriguez Medrano, Samantha Sethi
Opening Reception: March 29, 5 - 7 pm
On View: March 29 - April 19, 2018
Gallery Hours: March 29 - April 19, Tuesday - Sunday, 8 - 5 pm
Location: Cylburn Arboretum, Vollmer Center
4915 Greenspring Ave, Baltimore, MD 21209
EYE IN THE SKY
On View: March 10 - April 1, 2018
Reception: March 10, 2018 3PM - 5PM
Location: Graffiti Warehouse, Studio 6 (128 W North Ave. Baltimore, MD 21201)
Featured Artists: Hasan Elahi, Chuxi Guo, Joana Moll
MFA Illustration Practice Grad Show II Gallery Talks:
#micagradshow2018 #mfa_ilp #micamade
Apply for the You+ Graduate Fellowship
Please complete and submit your application before 9:00 AM, April 13, 2018.
The You+ Graduate Fellowship supports professional development for outstanding graduate students who identify financial, social and critical resources relevant to their practice and articulate how, where and why access to these resources will help them reach their professional goals. This fellowship will nurture the work of students as they begin to redefine professional practice in their fields.
To be considered for funding, current graduate students must complete two or more You+ Professional Development one-credit course modules or two or more dedicated credits of professional development coursework in MICA's Studio Art Low Residency MFA (MFAST). This is the final year of this funding.
Easy application is online: https://meyerhoffgraduatefellowship.weebly.com/
MICA UP/Start Venture Competition!!!
Time: 4:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Brown Center
VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES
Judith Linhares (Hoffberger) | 03.27.18
10:00am - 12:00pm
Lazarus Auditorium (L 115)
Lara Schnitger (Mount Royal School of Art, MFA) | 03.27.18
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Lazarus Auditorium (L 115)
Philip Taaffe (Hoffberger) |04.03.18
10:00am - 12:00pm
Lazarus Auditorium (L 115)
PHILIP TAAFFE was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey in 1955, and studied at the Cooper Union in New York. His first solo exhibition was in New York in 1982. He has traveled widely in the Middle East, India, South America, and Morocco, where he collaborated with Mohammed Mrabet on the book Chocolate Creams and Dollars, translated by Paul Bowles (Inanout Press, New York: 1993). Taaffe lived and worked in Naples from 1988-91. He has been included in numerous museum exhibitions, including the Carnegie International, two Sydney Biennials, and three Whitney Biennials. In 1990 his work was the subject of an extensive critical study in Parkett magazine, no. 26 (Zürich & New York). Critical studies and appreciations of his work by a wide range of authors include Brooks Adams, Stan Brakhage, Robert Creeley, Oleg Grabar, Enrique Juncosa, Lisa Liebmann, Francesco Pellizzi, Rene Ricard, Robert Rosenblum, Colm Tóibín, Marina Warner, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and John Yau, His work is in numerous public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Reina Sofia, Madrid. His work has been the subject of numerous retrospective exhibitions, including IVAM Valencia (2000), the Galeria Civica in Trento (2001), and the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (2008), and the Irish Museum of Modern Art (2011). Philip Taaffe is represented by Luhring Augustine Gallery.
LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, MFA