Baltimore From Many Perspectives

06.15.2013 to 07.21.2013

Opening reception: Saturday, June 15, 2013 6-8 pm
Baltimore From Many Perspectives is an exhibition featuring nine interconnected Baltimore artists and young artists and dancers from ConneXions School for the Arts, a middle/high school on Baltimore's west side. In this exhibition, each artist chosen to participate by the curator was a part of selecting the remaining artists. Each artist was asked to invite an artist that he or she is connected to but also different from. The exhibition grew organically to include artists of many backgrounds and various mediums including painting, digital media, sound, ceramic, printmaking, mixed media and performance.

Curated by Sarah McCann, this exhibition includes work of Person Ablach, Robert Bilek, John Bohl, Colin Campbell, Jenny Graf, Paula Phillips, Olivia Robinson, Ernest Shaw and Christine Stiver and students from ConneXions School for the Arts who worked with Paula Phillips to create artwork for the exhibition and dance pieces that will be performed at the opening.

D center Baltimore is hosting the exhibition from June 15 to July 21, 2013. The opening reception will be held on June 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. D center is located at 16 W. North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218. Gallery is open on Saturdays from 1 to 5 p.m. and by appointment. Please call 646-573-5509 to schedule. During Artscape the gallery will be open Friday, July 19, from 5 to 7 pm, and Saturday and Sunday, July 20 and 21, from 2 to 6 p.m.

Whose City is it Anyway?!
Tuesday, June 18th 7pm
An improv exploring the different perspectives of the great people of Charles & North Ave.
Hosted by Cre3Sol

Open Hours
Saturday, June 29th 1-5pm

An Evening with Olivia Robinson
Saturday, June 29th 6pm
Join artist Olivia Robinson for a night at the exhibition. BYOB.

Design Conversation 54
Tuesday, July 2nd 6pm
Design Conversation 54 is about how art and design can be used as a catalyst to bring people together, start conversation and encourage understanding. Speakers will include Fred Scharmen of D center Baltimore, curator Deana Hagag, artist C. Ryan Patterson, writer Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson, and Sarah McCann, curator of Baltimore From Many Perspectives, D center's current partner exhibition. Hear about how partnerships are forged through art, design and culture. Panelists will discuss how they have built relationships, exhibitions and organizations through shared experiences, innovative ideas and critical dialogue.
***Please note this event will be held at the Windup Space, 12 W North Ave.***

Jubilee Arts Visit
Wednesday, July 3rd
Youth from Jubilee Arts Explore Bmore summer program will be visiting the exhibition. If you are interested in bringing a group of students to see the show, please contact Sarah McCann at 646-573-5509.

Open Hours
Saturday, July 6th 1-5pm

Open Hours
Saturday, July 13th 1-5pm

Performance by Jenny Graf
Saturday, July 13th 4pm
The Stone Carving Oraclestra explores the spaces between non-material and matter via sound sculptures that react to the world around them. Through the material of large Maryland native Stone, the Oraclestra divines sounds that offer insight into questions posed by the audience.

Screening/Discussion: Black Athena
Saturday, July 20th 6pm
Please join us for the viewing of the extended version of the short documentary Black Athena. The documentary explores the work of Martin Bernal, whose three-volume work Black Athena "ignited an academic debate by arguing that the African and Semitic lineage of Western civilization had been scrubbed from the record of ancient Greece by 18th- and 19th-century historians steeped in the racism of their times," according to his obituary in the New York Times. A guided discussion will follow the screening.

Artxcape Open Hours
Friday, July 19th 5-7pm
Saturday July 20th 1-6pm
Sunday, July 21st 2-6pm
Last chance to view the exhibition before it closes! Stop by D Center on your way to or from Artscape.

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