Current Exhibition

Baker Art Awards 10 Year Retrospective

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Maryland Art Place to host a 10 year retrospective of Baker Artist Awardees

Baker Artist Awards: 10 Years of Excellence

On View: May 10 | June 15, 2019

Opening Reception:  Friday, May 10 | 6pm9pm

In partnership with the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund and the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, Maryland Art Place celebrates 10 years of the Baker Artist Awards with a new exhibition featuring over 30 recipients of the Mary Sawyers Baker and Mary Sawyers Imboden Prizes

 

Since 2008, the Baker Artist Awards have recognized over 100 artists in the Baltimore region and awarded over $900,000 in prize money to artists working in all disciplines who exemplify excellence in three areas: Mastery of Craft, Depth of Artistic Exploration and a Unique Vision.

 

Participating Artists: Susan Alcorn, Theo Anthony, Chris Bathgate, Abraham Burickson, Audrey Chen, Richard Cleaver, Brent Crothers, Elizabeth Dickinson, Sara Dittrich, Eric Dyer, Lafayette Gilchrist, Jen Grow, Carl Grubbs,  Alexander Heilner, Gary Kachadourian, David Knopp, Jonathan Latiano, Naoko Maeshiba, Dora Malech, Todd Marcus, David Marion, Peter Minkler, Lynne Parks, Wendel Patrick, John RuppertJoyce J. ScottHadieh ShafieDariusz SkoraczewskiLisi Stoessel , and Karen Yasinsky.

Each year, Baker Artist Awardees are selected by a private jury from up to 1000 artists who create a portfolio on the Baker Artist Portfolios website, which was created to support artists and promote Greater Baltimore as a strong creative community. The online portfolios are open to artists working in all disciplines who live and work in Baltimore City and its five surrounding counties. The portfolios expose area artists' work to regional, national and international audiences. The site has been viewed by hundreds of thousands of art lovers, critics, gallery owners, academics, and leaders in creative business in nearly every country around the globe.

 

To learn more, or view all of the Baker portfolios, please visit www.bakerartist.org  

 

Upcoming Exhibitions

What's to come at MAP

Timothy J. Horjus // Hotel Indigo

Timothy J. Horjus

On View: May 21, 2019 - July 19, 2019

Opening Reception: June 6, 2019 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Hotel Indigo's Four Year Anniversary Reception: June 6, 2019 | 4pm - 7pm

Hotel Indigo | 24 West Franklin Street | Free & Open to the Public

Join Maryland Art Place (MAP) and Hotel Indigo as we celebrate the opening reception of Timothy J Horjus  and Hotel Indigo’s Four Year Anniversary.

Timothy J Horjus was born in Kentucky in 1978. He earned his B.A.in Art Education in 2000 from Trinity Christian College. Horjus moved to Baltimore, MD in 2004 to earn a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate from the Maryland Institute College of Art. He later received his M.F.A. from the University of Maryland College Park in 2010. Horjus has shown extensively in the Baltimore/D.C. area, including the Nudashank Gallery, Maryland Art Place, Creative Alliance, School 33, Area 405, Towson University, Maryland State Arts Council, Conner Contemporary and the WPA. He also founded and owns C&H Restoration and Renovation, a historic restoration company focused on the marriage of contemporary uses and needs with the character and craftsmanship of historic Baltimore row-homes. In his spare time he recently built out the new location for his studio, an 1891 church formed as an early mission to the working class in Baltimore, what an apropos place to make work in a city as diverse and working class as Baltimore, MD.

Hotel Indigo’s Four Year Anniversary will be held from 4-7 pm on Thursday, June 6 with Timothy J. Horjus's reception to follow immediately after from 5:30 - 8:30 pm. Enjoy live music & refreshments provided by Poets Modern Cocktails & Eats.

We hope you will join us on Thursday, June 6 in celebrating Timothy J. Horjus and Hotel Indigo. 

Validated parking is available at 15 West Franklin St. Garage.

 

 

 

 

 

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