American Visionary Art Museum's celebration of the late British visionary artist's ethereal spirit paintings, inspired by his own life-changing glimpse into the afterworld. Donald Pass (1930–2010) was a well known painter of lyrical abstract landscapes until the late 1960s when he experienced a series of spiritual visions of the Resurrection that radically and forever changed his view of reality, and subsequently, his artwork.
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In Meg Hitchcock's text drawings she examines and dissects the word of God. Hitchcock deconstructs a sacred text by cutting its individual letters, and reassemble them to form a passage from another holy book. The Koran is transformed into the Bible, the Bible into the Bhagavad Gita, and so on. She discourages a literal reading of the text by eliminating punctuation and spacing; a sentence from one text sometimes merges with a passage from another.
AmiciMusic (www.amicimusic.org) presents this intimate House Concert featuring great Romantic cello/piano music by Mendelssohn, Chopin, and Schumann. Cellist Ina-Esther Joost Ben-Sasson comes from Israel, where she was formerly the Principal Cellist of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. She will join pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser in this afternoon of beautiful music in a grand home in the Guilford area of Baltimore. This is Chamber Music the way it was meant to be heard----in a true chamber!
Gormley Gallery proudly presents All Together Inside Out
Make Studio program artists: Alex Albert, Erika Clark, Jeanne Hannon, Bradley Jacobs, Tony Labate, Bess Lumsden, Zach Manuel, Louis Middleton, Kareem Samuels, Gary Schmedes, Margie Smeller, Tyrone Weedon, Jerry Williams, and Dontavius Woody
Artist’s Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, February 7 from 4 to 6 pm
Friday, January 30–Sunday, March 15
Fox Building: Meyerhoff Gallery, 1303 W. Mount Royal Ave.
Reception: Friday, February 6, 5–7 pm
Selfies: Over 50 Ye ars of Raoul Middleman’s Self Portraits showcases hundreds of self portraits by Baltimorebased artist and longtime MICA painting faculty member Raoul Middleman. In this solo show, visitors will glimpse an intimate view of the artist from his own perspective through self portraits created throughout his more than 50-year career.
Reception: Friday, February 6, 5-8 pm
MICA’s Exhibition Development Seminar (EDS) students present HAND/MADE, an art show juxtaposing an original 19th-century marble sculpture by sculptor and former MICA student William Henry Rinehart with 3D, performance, and video works by contemporary sculptors and interdisciplinary artists. HAND/MADE makes vital connections between traditional methods employed by artists working with 19th-century studio artisan teams and collaborative practices in contemporary studios.
A little bit Forrest Gump, a little bit Indiana Jones, 100% real. Discover the most extraordinary Baltimorean you’ve never heard of! The Jewish Museum of Maryland and The Maryland Historical Society invite you on a journey to put together the puzzle of one man’s life. It’s a journey full of twists, turns, and missing clues.
Throughout history, Mendes Cohen was there.
A salon-style, non-juried exhibit showcasing the talent of local artists. Artists (aged 18 years and older) who live, work, or study in Howard County are invited to bring one piece of original artwork completed in the past two years to the drop-off on January 8 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Artwork will be accepted for the exhibit on a first-come basis, one piece per artist, until the gallery is full.
Ru Kuwahata is owner, director, and animator at Tiny Inventions. Kuwahata attended the Netherlands Institute for Animated Film and Parsons School of Design. Her clients include Ralph Lauren and Arm & Hammer. This lecture will discuss her work in stop-motion animation.
Sponsored by: MFA in Illustration Practice.
Image caption: Award-winning animation directors Ru Kuwahata (left) and Max Porter.
Stepping is a rising art form and an important part of African Americans artistic and cultural heritage. Stepping is using the body to create rhythms and sounds through different combinations of footsteps, claps, and vocals. Come and learn how to step at Jubilee! For ages 12-17.
Deep Vision Dance Company holds open company classes in collaboration with Towson University's Community Dance program. Modern classes are taught at an intermeadiate level by company director and company members. Classes are influenced by Horton, Graham, and Release technique; Bartenieff Fundamentals; and Laban Movement Analysis.
Classes can be paid for on a drop in basis via cash, check, or credit card. Class cards are also available for purchase in studio. $14 drop in.