Baltimore’s Current Gallery to Save Conventional Photography with Community Darkroom

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A glimpse of the Current Community Darkroom, under construction

Just when you thought wet photography was flatlining, Baltimore’s community-minded art gallery, Current Space, is here to save it. Current has announced plans to build a black-and-white community darkroom at 421 N Howard Street.

To raise awareness about the project, as well as to launch a kickstarter for remaining funds, the gallery is holding a one-night-only photo exhibition and slideshow, Good Light, on Friday.

The show will feature the work of local photographers, including (here goes): Mary Ancel, Tim Castlen, Liz Donadio, Andrew Eargle, Salvatore Farina, Patrick Galluzzo, J.M. Giordano, Jay Gould, Elizabeth Green, Jules Hamann, Eric Helgas, Brian Henry, John Jones, Patrick Joust, Andrew Laumann, Kim Llerena, Jennifer Mizgata, Elle Perez, Ginevra Shay, Lynn Silverman, Josh Sisk, Kyle Tata, Liam Quigley, Suzanna Zak, and John Zimmerman.

The evening will begin with an artist talk by Associate Dean for Design and Media at MICA (and winner of this year’s Baker Artist Award) Alex Heilner.

For more information on the project, email [email protected].

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