In honor of Noah Scialom, the Baltimore photographer who took his own life in January, local filmmaker Matt Porterfield and photographer M. Holden Warren are co-hosting an event they say was Holden and Scialom’s brainchild. Other photogs, filmmakers and creatives are invited to stand up for 15 minutes to discuss their work, kind of like an open mic for artists, and receive feedback. Be sure whatever you’re sharing is on a USB drive, Mac-friendly hard drive or laptop.
The first part of this inaugural event will be spent previewing a portion of Scialom’s soon-to-be-released book of photography, for which $16,000 was successfully raised in a GoFundMe campaign.
Noah’s Night will have a cash bar and a pot luck, so bring a snack to share along with your creative pursuits.
8 p.m.-midnight, New America, 429 N. Eutaw Street, Suite 1N, (443) 388-8576.
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