Baltimore

C. Grimaldis Gallery

523 N. Charles St, (410) 539-1080.
Tues-Sat 10am – 5:30 pm.
www.cgrimaldisgallery.com

Please call the gallery for September info.

Dates subject to change, call or e-mail info@cgrimaldisgallery.com.

5 Goya Contemporary

3000 Chestnut Avenue, Mill Centre, #214, 410-366-2001, Fax: 410-235-8730. Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 10 am – 5:30 pm, Sat by appt, 12 – 5 pm. Call to verify holiday hours.
www.goyacontemporary.com

1. Joyce J. Scott: Can’t We All Just Get Along? September 14 – November 7.

2. Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky): Surveillance, September 14 – November 7.

3. Expo Chicago Fair. September 18-21, 2014

Stevenson University Galleries

Art Gallery and St. Paul Companies Pavilion, 1525 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson, MD, (443) 352-4491

School of Design Gallery, 11200 Gundry Lane,  Owings Mills, MD, (443) 352-4491

All galleries open Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri. 11 am-5 pm; Thurs. 11 am-8 p.m; Sat. 1 pm-4 pm, www.stevenson.edu

Art Gallery: Featured Faculty: George Moore, thru Oct 10.

George Moore has been investigating the intersection of animation, sound, video, and code for the past two decades. His recent work in digital animation explores subtle interaction of layers, the influence of spatial and temporal phenomena on each other, and the role of individual memory on perception.

St. Paul Companies Pavilion: Sport: Near and Far, Patrick Smith, thru Nov 20. Art Talk: Tuesday, Oct. 7,  noon-1 p.m.

Patrick Smith, a freelance photojournalist, covers the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan region and beyond. Sport: Near and Farshowcases a variety of telling sports photographs captured by Smith, from the major leagues to the obscure competitions, from the jubilation of victory to the anguish of defeat.

School of Design Gallery: Development of  a Typeface, Tal Leming, thru Oct. 30. Art Talk: Wednesday, Oct. 15,  7:30 p.m.

Development of a Typeface chronicles the creation of Balto, Baltimore-based typographer Tal Leming’s reinterpretation of an American Gothic style typeface that emphasizes the base ideas of the style rather than particular visual attributes, quirks, or artifacts of bygone type technologies.

 

 

 



 

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