Friday, February 20, 2009
Weekend To-Do List!
Friday, February 20
Win a free Ticket to the ACC Show!
Today is the last day to enter a comment on the imogene blog to win a free ticket to the American Craft Council show at the Baltimore Convention Center next week! Be sure to post your comment by the end of the day today for a chance to win!! (want a bonus shot at a freebie? email firstname.lastname@example.org with the word "BALTIMORE" by today and visit the HelloCraft website!)
Friday February 20
Shattered Wig Night at 14 Karot Cabaret
$6 - 9pm
With John M. Bennett, Jack Wright, and Ben Bennet as Rotty What; Susan Mele, of Roxy Starr fame, performs with pianist Daniel Meyer; Kristen Anchor and Rahne Alexander show/perform “Facts About Cats;” and Francis Poole and Blaster read their own works.
Involving Violence at School33
February 20 – April 11, 2009
Curated by Lasso
Karin Patzke and Carrie Ruckel
Part of School 33 Art Center’s Annual Open Call to Curators
Baltimore area artists include:
Ramsey Barnes, Gerecho Delaney, Matthew Freel, Brook Halvorson, John Morris, Diane Ramos, Marilee Schumann
Chicago area artists include:
Alan Lerner, Regina Mamou, Sari Maxfield, Joe Sikora, Jason Stec, Krista Wortendyke
Opening Reception: Friday, February 20, 2009 | 6 – 9 pm | 7pm gallery talk
School 33 Art Center
1427 Light Street | Baltimore, MD 21230 | 410-396-4641
Friday February 20 & Saturday February 21
Glassblowing Miniworkshops at Corradetti Glass
On Feb. 20 and 21, Corradetti Glassblowing Studio will host two thrilling hot glass mini-workshops on making flowers - perfect for spring! The first workshop will take place in the evening and include wine and cheese. The second is a daytime event. Visit the Corradetti web site for more details and/or to register.
Saturday, February 21
Propositions at Area 405
Propositions exhibits works that investigate the function of propositions. The absence of spatial qualifications in a proposition means that a proposition locates a placeless space. A proposition identifies its subject with a space always-already in transition. Artists in propositions produce works that locate in a liminal, third space of transition from the everyday to the uncanny and vice versa; the application of boundaries to boundless space and vice versa; semblance to dissemblance and vice versa; and, between the interval of light becoming shadow and vice versa. Propositions intends to locate works within the present that negate certain ends in occupation.
Opening reception 7 – 10 pm
Curator’s talk 7 – 7:30 pm
Show runs 15 February – 29 March 2009
Stephen G. Dewyer
Saturday, February 21
Charm City Roller Girls
Saturday, February 21 at 7 p.m.
Du Burns Arena - 1301 Ellwood Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224
Flat track roller derby with the Charm City All-Stars vs. Dutchland Derby Rollers and the Charm City All-Stars vs.the Rhode Island Riveters. Check out the Rollergirls website for more info!
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