an exhibtion exploring how the events of 2020 have impacted the creative process and psyche of working artists. Exhibition launches Monday, February 15 at 5pm. Hosted by HAC|HG and
Bearing Witness – the artists’ tenacious view
Hamilton Arts Collective | Hamilton Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition Bearing Witness – the artists’ tenacious view a two part exhibition
Virtual exhibit: February 15-April 15, 2021 In-person exhibit at Hamilton Gallery: proposed summer 2021
The two exhibitions, Bearing Witness – the artists’ tenacious view, explore how the events of 2020 have impacted the creative process and psyche of working artists. Curated by Jessica Devilbiss.
The exhibitions are co-sponsored by HAC|HG and a grant from Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts.
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Artists featured in the exhibition: Kathleen Adrian, Kiane Artis, Jude Asher, Beverly Baptiste, Ruby Bassford, Loring Boglioli, Dominique Butler, Schroeder Cherry, Melissa Cormier, Diane Dennis, Julie Dietrich, Jim Doran, Heather Dorst, Grace Doyle, Donald Edwards, Abby Fitzgibbon, Amanda Hays, Elli Maria Hernandez, Jodi Hoover, Jessie Houff, Samantha Iaconi, Noelle Imparato, Chloe Irla, Yasmine C. Iskander, Flora Iste, Janet Jeffers, Annette Jones-Wilson, Amy Klainer , Nic Koski, Walter Levy, Katana Lippart, George Lorio, Jon Malis, Dereck Mangus, Alberta Marchesani, James McDonald, Greg McLemore, Chloe Ndour, Nef Partlow-Myrick, Katey Phelps, Linda Popp, Lynn Poshepny, Tim Prendergast, Theresa Reuter, LJ Richey, Lucas Rougeux, Lynn Rybicki, Lauren Silex, Val Smith, Therese Spadaro, Peter Stern, Bridget Z. Sullivan, Carol Tankard, Maxine Taylor, David, Thompson, Chloe Wack, Samantha, Welsch, Delvonta Wilson, Monica Youn, and Richard Gordon Zyne
An in-person group exhibition is planned for later this year, when it is healthful to do so, and will be held at Hamilton Gallery located at 5502 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD. The virtual, online exhibition, and the in-person exhibition Bearing Witness – the artists’ tenacious view, are co-sponsored by HAC|HG and a grant from Baltimore Promotion of the Arts.
Hamilton Arts Collective|Hamilton Gallery (HAC|HG) a 510c3 art center located in North East Baltimore strives to support the arts and artists by means of providing space for artistic expression, creative exploration and community involvement. We are a community resource operated by a collective of artists. We welcome creative initiatives that meet the needs of the community. Artists and those who support the arts from our community and elsewhere are invited to be involved. Visit the HAC website for more information: www.hamiltonarts.org