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Quick Sketches

Quick sketches

Posted 3/25/2009

BALTIMORE CLAYWORKS' Couplets, the current show at this non-profit Mount Washington ceramics haven, runs through April 16, and in an effort to go green the organization is cutting back on its printing costs. It is now hoping to maintain contact with its community via e-newsletters to announce shows, classes, workshops, volunteer opportunities, etc. Visit baltimoreclayworks.org to sign up.

SCHOOL The second installment of LOF/T's free "show and tell" School series features local artist Jackie Milad March 30 at 7 p.m.

OPENINGS Soledad Salamé's Where Do You Live?, a 16-foot-long map of the Maryland coastline, opens March 26 at the Contemporary Museum, the same night as Futurefarmers' The Reverse Ark: In the Wake; opening receptions for both run 6-8 p.m. March 26. Blindheaded--Ellen Durkan's MFA exhibition of large-scale drawings and metal sculptures--opens March 26 with a reception from 7:30-9 p.m. at Towson University's Center for the Arts Holtzman gallery. An exhibition of Slovakian painter Fero Guldan opens March 24 at the Creative Alliance at the Patterson with a reception and artist's talk from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Dan Keplinger--aka "King Gimp"--opens a show of paintings, prints, and ceramics at the Fleckenstein Gallery March 31.

CLOSING Melancholy--works by Nicholas Harper, Brandon Maldonado, and Bethany Marchman--closes March 28 at the Definition Gallery. Propositions closes at Area 405 March 29. The student-curated Next to Godliness: Cleanliness in Early Maryland closes March 29 at the Homewood Museum. Wet-Plate to Ink-Jet, Bridging Three Centuries: A Curated Collection of Loyola College Photography Students closes March 29 at Gallery 1448. If I Didn't Care: Multigenerational Artists Discuss Cultural Histories--the ambitious exhibition that includes Laylah Ali, Emma Amos, Siona Benjamin, Joyce Scott, Saya Woolfalk, Faith Ringgold, among others--closes March 30 at the Richman Gallery of the the Park School of Baltimore. Yo! The Power of Love in 3-D!--works by members of the Charles Theatre Workers Union--closes at the venerable cinema house March 31. Sitting Down to Take a Stand--Remembering Rosa Parks closes at the Eubie Blake Jazz Institute and Cultural Center March 31. It's a Man's World: The Collections of Male Garretts closes March 31 at the Evergreen Museum and Library.

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