Baltimore: Open City
This was a year long curatorial project that resulted in an exhibition that spanned two galleries and several events in 2010-2011. It large collaboration with many organizations, partners and fellow students. Please see the website for more information.
From Baltimore: Open City’s statement:
“An open city is a place where everyone feels welcome, regardless of such things as wealth, race, age, or religion. In every neighborhood of an open city, one feels like he or she belongs. However in Baltimore—as in most American metropolitan areas—issues like housing discrimination, bad public transportation, and the privatization of public space separate people, and create an uneven distribution of health, wealth, and education.
For the exhibition Baltimore: Open City, students of Maryland Institute College of Art’s Exhibition Development Seminar invited scholars, activists, community-based organizations, local artists, and visiting artist Damon Rich to create a series of installations, workshops, and other public programs that investigate the ways in which Baltimore is and is not an open city. We welcome our neighbors to join us in exploring what a more open city might look and feel like.”
For EDS, MICA
Type MICA, Baltimore, Curatorial, Interactive, Event, Advocacy, Urban Design, Research