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IMDA MFA Students in Area Art Events
Monday, September 12th, 2011 //

IMDA Grad & 2011 Baker Artist Award winner Gary Kachadourian
Baltimore Museum of Art
Baker Artist Awards 2011
September 7 - October 2, 2011
Free exhibition
Closing Party Saturday, October 1

The BMA celebrates the Baker Artist Awards with an exhibition of works by the three Mary Sawyers Baker Prize winners: visual artist Gary Kachadourian, performance artist Audrey Chen, and beatboxer and vocal percussionist Shodekeh.
Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Art Museum Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218

Photography & Sculpture by IMDA Graduate Student Dominique Zeltzman
Schiavone Fine Art
On View: Sept 3 - Sep 24
Opening Reception: Sat Sep 10, 6 - 8 PM
Schiavone Fine Art
244 S Highland Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224

IMDA Graduate Student Shana Palmer in MONSTER DRAWING @ Contemporary
Contemporary Museum
100 W. Centre St., Baltimore, MD 21201
September 17, 7 - 11 PM
$10, Free for New Group Members

Demystifying a process that usually takes place in the privacy of the studio, Monster Drawing allows spectators to observe ninety artists in the act of creation. This is a unique opportunity to watch a drawing come to life, and to purchase a work of art minutes after its completion. Large Drawings $100, Small Drawings $60.

IMDA Grad Student Lexie Mountain hosts Current Gallery's 1st Annual Baltimore Blue Ribbon Ice Cream Championship
Sunday, September 11, 7 - 10 PM
Current Space
421 N Howard St
Baltimore, MD

IMDA Grad Gary Kachadourian exhibits at Print Center (Philadelphia, PA)
To Scale
September 8 - November 19, 2011
Thursday, September 8
Gallery Talk by the Artists: 5:30pm
Opening Reception: 5:30 - 7:30pm
The Print Center
1614 Latimer Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

IMDA MFA graduate student Beverly Shana Palmer will be participating in this year's High Zero festival in Baltimore.

High Zero is the premier festival of Improvised, Experimental music on the East Coast, being fully devoted to new collaborations between the most inspired improvisors from around the world.

Lasting two weeks in total, the festival brings together 28 core musicians each year, but also involves a much larger subculture of musicians in Baltimore and on the East Coast. Unlike many related festivals, High Zero is not narrow in terms of sensibility or subculture, but rather widely inclusive of all the different types of experimental music-making in the moment. The fact that half of the festival's core participants are from Baltimore speaks to the depth of Baltimore's experimental music subculture, which in recent years has grown to be one of the richest cities in the country for experimental art.