BALTIMORE OPEN STUDIO GOES VIRTUAL IN 2020

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Get a peek inside artists’ studios, enjoy performances, and listen to panel discussions during virtual Baltimore Open Studio Tour this Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25. Produced by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA), the event takes place on BOPA’s Facebook page at @promoandarts and YouTube page BOPAInc. Twelve artists and galleries are featured in Baltimore Open Studio Tour with video tours of studios, Lunch Live Artist Conversations, and the virtual exhibition “B2020.”  Baltimore Open Studio Tour is part of Free Fall Baltimore presented by BGE and Maryland State Arts Council.  For information, visit www.promotionandarts.org.

Artists: James Alpha Massaqui Jr, Sharayna Ashanti Christmas, Benjamin Jancewicz, Nina Rutledge, Martha Dougherty, Cynthia Jawitz Brower, Adiante Franszoon, Elizabeth Cadwalader, Italo De Dea, Sanzi Kermes, Jill Orlov

ONLINE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Saturday, October 24, 2020

Noon – 1PM: Virtual Artist Studio Tours

1PM: Sanzi Kermes (Textiles) – Lunch Live! Inside the Artist Studio with Kirk Shannon-Butts, Public Art and Curation Manager at Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts

3PM: Zach Wade (Glass Artist with Live Glassblowing Demo)

5PM: Rayn Fall Dance Studio with Sharayna Ashanti Christmas (Dance/Choreography with Live Performance)

7PM: “Innovation, Isolation and Imagination: Creating During a Pandemic” – with artists Walter Cruz, Christopher Batten, Kyla Fryer, Will Watson, McKinley Wallace III, and Xavier Lightfoot.

All Day: “B2020” Best of Emerging Talent Virtual Exhibition

Sunday, October 25, 2020

Noon – 1PM: Virtual Artist Studio Tours

1PM: Jill Orlov (Metalwork – Tiny Sculpture) – Lunch Live! Inside the Artist Studio with Kirk Shannon-Butts, Public Art and Curation Manager at Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts

3PM: Adiante Franszoon (Woodwork)

5PM: Benjamin Jancewicz (Graphic Art)

7PM: Live Virtual Panel “Looking Ahead – Programming 2021” (Thomas James, Creative Alliance; Joy Davis, Waller Gallery; George Collins, African American Firefighters’ Museum; Liz Faust – Catalyst Contemporary)

All Day: “B2020” Best of Emerging Talent Virtual Exhibition

 

For more information, visit www.promotionandarts.org. Follow the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @promoandarts.

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