Man. What a weekend for the lovers of Art. We’ve got everything from high to low.
So let’s start off with a bit of old fashioned nepotism. Srsly.


Fields of Vision: A Survey of Contemporary Photography is the inaugural show from Baltimore’s new artist curated photo collective, in (parenthesis), who are dedicated to introducing contemporary photography and video to the Baltimore art scene. Fields opens at the Urbanite@Case[Werks] gallery on Dec. 2 . A reception will be held from 6-8 p.m. at the St. Paul St. gallery.

Fields of Vision:
Dec. 2 6-8 p.m.
Urbanite@Case[werks] Gallery
1501 Saint Paul Street
Suite 116
Baltimore, MD 21202
Tel: 410-332-4160; Fax: 410-332-4106

J.M. Giordano
Jill Fannon
Sean Schiedt
Dean Alexander
Josh Sisk
Marian Glebes

Participating artists:
Rob Brulinski
Milana Braslavsky
Mark Alice Durant
Aiden Simon
Laurie Snyder
John Wood
Regina DeLuise
Julie Denesha
Monica Lopassay
Rita Minissi
Matt Roth
Edward J. Winter
James Luckett

From there head over to the Copy Cat Building to what is one of the most amazing spaces in Bmore. These kids have got some dope shit going on.

“Certainly So”
Featuring work by:
Dave Eassa
Kevin Jennings
Louis Abbene-Meagley
Taylor Black

Penthouse Gallery
1501 Guilford Avenue, Apt. B501
Baltimore, MD. 21217
7-10 P.M.

We also say a tearful goodbye to that venerable everyman gallery on the Southside, Gallery 788. 🙁

“Yes, Gallery 788 is closing. But it’s not because of you, your
support, your love or your patronage. This decision hasn’t been an easy one for us. It’s been two and a half years of love, laughter, art and above all family(or as we like to call it: phamily). For all of your love and support we feel truly blessed and grateful, there’s nothing else we can say except a hearty and sincere THANK YOU! Thursday’s opening will be a celebration of many of the incredible artists that have graced the walls of the gallery.”- E Rod.

Gallery 788
788 Washington Boulevard
6-9 p.m.

If you’re more into the vocal arts, our boy Baynard Woods and co. present Rhymes With Opera, an experimental vocal collective. The program includes KETAMYTH, a tripped out tale of ketamine and the near-death experience; a musical setting of Goblin Market, the Christina Rossetti poem about two sisters seduced by goblins; Numbers/Dates (sadness, despair, disgust, contempt), an exploration of emotions and the voice.
Music by Ruby Fulton, Douglas Buchanan, Thomas Limbert, words by Baynard Woods, KETAMYTH directed by Britt Olsen-Ecker, performed by RWO (Elisabeth Halliday and Bonnie Lander, sopranos; Robert Maril, baritone; George Lam, conductor and violin; Ruby Fulton, accordion and laptop).

Liam Flynn’s Ale House
22 W. North Avenue
6:30- 7:30 p.m.

For those who like hot, thesbian sex, the Strand is premiering Glitter and Spew tnght!

California-based playwright Alison Luterman’s three short plays full of Glitter and Spew form a three-ring-circus meditation on media exposure, shame, and personal responsibility. 🙂

Strand Theater Company
1823 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201


We ALWAYS eagerly await new shows at Nudashank. Tonight is no exception. Can’t wait.

Ryan Lauderdale: Bed Bath and Beyond. Lauderdale is a Brooklyn based artist, and Hunter MFA candidate. This is his first exhibition with Nudashank.

Opens Sat. Dec. 3
H&H Bldg.
3rd Floor
405 W. Franklin St.

See ya next week!