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Spectrum: 2017 Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition
Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture
November 2 – December 16
UMBC's Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture presents Spectrum: 2017 Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition, featuring artworks by Eric Dyer, Corrie Parks, Peggy Re, and Sarah G. Sharp.
An opening reception will be held on Thursday, November 2, from 5 to 7 pm, and the gallery will open for regular hours on Friday, November 3.
Actor's Lab: Character Creation
Age Group: 18+
Connect to your creative potential in skill building through theatre classes that illuminate the fundamentals of the professional process for all experience levels. With an emphasis on the life skills theatre cultivates, learn from theatre experts how to express, articulate, share, and collaborate using the tools of the professional theatre practitioner.
Writers LIVE: Katherine Reynolds Chaddock talks about her book Uncompromising Activist: Richard Greener, First Black Graduate of Harvard. Tuesday, November 14, Central Library, African American Department, 400 Cathedral Street, 6:30 p.m.
For 40 years, Al Loving experimented with materials and process to expand the definition of modern painting, drawing on everything from free jazz to his family’s quilting tradition. In the 1980s, Loving broke free of the flat image, using heavy rag paper to make three dimensional collages in brilliant colors. Spiral Play features 12 of these collages, some of them monumental in scale. The work is radical, beautiful, and deeply human. In the artist’s words, “I chose the spiral as a symbol of life’s continuity. It became an overall wish for everyone.”
Los Angeles-based artist and 2017 MacArthur Genius Fellow Njideka Akunyili Crosby will debut a suite of new paintings that draw upon her experience of moving from Nigeria to the United States, maintaining ties to her family in Nigeria, and building relationships in America. Layers of paint, fabric, and photographic transfers not only energize the interiors and figures depicted in the artist’s works, but serve as a metaphor for the complex merging of relationships and cultural backgrounds that contribute to Akunyili Crosby’s sense of self.
The third iteration of the Commons Collaboration kicks off with an exciting project from Baltimore-based artist Phaan Howng in collaboration with Blue Water Baltimore. For this project, Howng creates an immersive environment with intense, unnatural colors inspired by toxic waste. Through her partnership with Blue Water Baltimore, Howng will highlight local environmental issues and create a space and suite of programs to raise awareness about Baltimore's waterways.
About the Artist
Internationally acclaimed artist and trained architect Tomás Saraceno uses iridescent panels, spider webs, and inflatable orbs in three fascinating sculptures on view. The centerpiece of the exhibition, Entangled Orbits, transforms the East Lobby with clusters of iridescent-paneled modules held in place by strings reminiscent of a spider web. Appearing somewhat like bubbles, these spherical modules evoke the artist’s visionary plans for “cloud cities,” which look to naturally occurring forms for inspiration and might provide environments for future human habitation.
UMBC Humanities Forum
"Nuclear Pain and Humanitarian Photography: Morizumi Takashi, the Gulf Wars, and Fukushima"
Julia Adeney Thomas, Associate Professor of History, University of Notre Dame
Wednesday, November 15, 4 – 5:30 p.m.
Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery
Join us every third Wednesday at the Cabaret at Germano's for Baltimore's Best Open Mic Night. Dinner is served beginning at 6:00. Sign-up is at 7:00 and the music begins at 7:30. Please purchase tickets in advance online or by phone to allow us to serve you comfortably. $10 cover for all in attendance.
Master cabaret artist, Mary Reilly, hosts. Michael Sheppard will accompany on the baby grand.
A conversation with author/educator and Vietnam veteran Wayne Karlin, and Marc Steiner, Centger for Emerging Media.
Peabody Opera Theatre
Samuel Mungo, stage director
Peabody Opera Theatre Orchestra
Leonardo Vordoni, music director
Gaetano Donizetti: L'elisir d'amore
One of Donizetti’s most beloved scores, this charming comedy of a young man’s pursuit of love will be re-imagined on a college campus in the early 1960s.
Baltimore National Heritage Area invites you to an evening of networking, good food, drinks and updates to what we’ve been doing in 2017. Please join us at the Baltimore Streetcar Museum, 1901 Falls Way, Baltimore. Weather permitting, you’ll even have the opportunity to enjoy a ride in an authentic streetcar and tour the museum to learn more about our streetcar history.
Homewood Museum hosts an evening with Broadway author and director Mark Bramble, guest co-curator of the museum’s special exhibition As Precious as Gold: A History of Tea Caddies from the Bramble Collection. Mr. Bramble will discuss the vast collection of antique tea caddies he and his late mother assembled over more than five decades of collecting, the subject of his new publication A Tea Caddy Collection (Schiffer Publishing, 2017).
6pm Book signing, exhibition viewing, and reception at Homewood Museum
7pm Book talk nearby in Remsen Hall, room 1
Informal classical performances for all ages presented by student musicians from Peabody Conservatory.
Wednesday, October 25, 6 p.m., Reisterstown Road Branch, 6310 Reisterstown Road.
Saturday, November 6, 6:30 p.m., Herring Run Branch, 3801 Erdman Avenue.
Thursday, November 16, 6:30 p.m., Hampden Branch, 3641 Falls Road.
Saturday, December 9, 3 p.m., Light Street Branch, 1251 Light Street.
Saturday, February 17, 2 p.m., Govans Branch, 5714 Bellona Avenue.
Wednesday, March 28, 6:30 p.m., Edmondson Avenue Branch, 4330 Edmondson Avenue.
Together, John and Kristy Cocuzzi bring decades of youthful enthusiasm and experience to any performance. Both are known for successful workshops with students, building knowledge of the jazz idiom and inspiration to the next generation. Since they joined forces in 2013, they have been all over the United States and beyond, appearing at festivals, house parties, concerts, and cruises together. They are entertaining to watch, a pleasure to hear, and they put a new spin on many of the old familiar melodies we all love.
Writers LIVE: Dr. Lydia Kang talks about her book Quackery: A Brief History of the Worst Ways to Cure Everything. Thursday, November 16, Maryland State Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped, 415 Park Avenue, 6:30 p.m.