MAP Staff

Amy Cavanaugh Royce

Executive Director

Naomi Davidoff

Registry Coordinator and Program Manager

Rodney Downes

Building Engineer

Grace DeWitt

Summer Intern, BA/BS '17 University of Maryland

Micah Sattin

Summer Intern, BFA '18 MICA

Isabel Stevenson

Summer Intern, BA '19 Boston University


MAP Super Dog

MAP Board of Trustees

Christopher Janian
MAP Board President
Vitruvius Co.

Crawford B. Simpkins
Simpkins Morris Wealth Mgmt.
Private Client Group
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC

Matthew Brown
Senior Associate
Schultz & Williams

Elizabeth S. Courtemanche
Associate Director of Development
Sheridan Libraries & University Museums

Marques Dent
D.E.N.T. Group

Laure Drogoul
Artist & Educator
The 14 Karat Cabaret

James Evans
Executive Creative Director & CEO
ILLUME Communications

Hon. Stephen W. Fogleman
Retired Judge

Joseph M. Giordano
Photo Editor/Staff Photographer
The Baltimore City Paper

Kathleen Hamill
President & Creative Director
K. Hamill Fine Art and Design

Megan Isennock
Communications Director
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore

Douglas R. Kington
RE/MAX Commercial Logic

Nelle Somerville
Assistant Director, Office of Events
Maryland Institute College of Art

Program Advisory Committee

The Programming Advisory Committee or PAC is comprised of Maryland area artists and arts professionals who provide analyses and responses to proposals and annual exhibitions several times a year. The PAC informs the organization on contemporary art trends and best practices.

Joe Letourneau

Christopher Attenborough

Kyle Bauer

Myrtis Bedolla

Kelley Bell

Amy Boone-McCreesh

Amanda Burnham

Laure Drogoul

Emily Eaglin
Student Seat

Jodi Hoover

Cara Ober

Lydia Pettit

Ada Pinkston

Amy Eva Raehse

Steven H. Silberg

Carlyn Thomas

Our Mission

Maryland Art Place (MAP) inspires, supports, and encourages artistic expression through innovative programming, exhibitions, and educational opportunities while recognizing the powerful impact art can have on our community. MAP creates a dynamic environment for artists of our time to engage the public by nurturing and promoting new ideas. MAP has served as a critical resource for contemporary art in the Mid-Atlantic since 1981.

Contact Us

Phone: 410.962.8565
E-mail: map@mdartplace.org