Exhibitions

The Creative Alliance presents more than 20 exhibitions per year, featuring work by artists at different points in their careers who work in a range of styles and media. We look for new ways to present what they do, new artists for them to collaborate with, and innovative ways to expand the meaning of their work.

Sat Feb 23

Baltimore City Public Schools in the East Baltimore community are invited to submit individual or group projects that represent their schools’ celebration of Black History Leaders!

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Sat Feb 23

Baltimore City Public Schools in the East Baltimore community are invited to submit individual or group projects that represent their schools’ celebration of Black History Leaders!

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Sat Mar 2

What is permanent? What are the artifacts we will leave behind? What happens to the lightweight, inconsequential objects we call disposable but are in fact as enduring as the things we intend to last? What is the permanent nature of these temporary objects of convenience, many of which sustain our existence but cost so little to produce they are often given away? Once disposed of, these objects cease to exist in our minds, but they continue to exist somewhere else, somewhere out of sight. How do we reconcile their transience in our lives with their longevity in the world? This work seeks to understand these objects by transforming them, by seeing them in new terms -- perhaps in the way the rest of the natural world sees them, rather than how we do.

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Fri Mar 8

Resident artist Adam Rosenblatt performs Timber by composer Michael Gordon, a monumental percussion piece for six drummers on six pieces of wood. Adam has assembled a team of light artists, spoken word artists, and musicians to bring this mesmerizing and captivating work to Creative Alliance.

 

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Sat Mar 16

Jimmy Rouse is a well-known Baltimore artist. He attended the Gilman School, followed by Yale University, graduating in 1967 with a B.A. in political science. It was then that he began to pursue his true love: art. Over the years, Jimmy has worked many jobs to support his art habit but is best known as the owner-operator of Louie’s Bookstore Café a very popular combination bookstore, art gallery, live classical music venue, full-service lunch and dinner bar & restaurant from 1981-1998.

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