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Visual Arts Faculty & IMDA Grads @ Light City
Spark II
Saturday, April 14th, 2018 // Saturday, April 14 - Saturday, April 21
https://lightcity.umbc.edu/umbc-spark/

Spark II, a pop-up gallery of engaging, projection-based artworks, will be open in the Harborplace's Pratt Street Pavilion during Baltimore's Light City Festival, April 14 through 21. Made possible through the vision and generosity of PNC, the gallery features the work of UMBC faculty and graduate students, as well as artists from Towson University. Spark II also features a schedule of performances, events, and interactive activities.

Spark II will feature works by:
Stephen Bradley, associate professor of visual arts, and Tagide deCarvalho, research assistant professor of biological sciences
Lynn Cazabon, associate professor of visual arts
Cathy C. Cook, associate professor of visual arts
Eric Dyer, associate professor of visual arts
Lisa Moren, professor of visual arts
Jaimes Mayhew, '10 IMDA MFA
Neja Tomsic, former UMBC artist in residence, and Martin Bricelj Baraga
Timothy Nohe, professor of visual arts and director of the Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts
Corrie Francis Parks, assistant professor of visual arts
Sarah G. Sharp, assistant professor of visual arts