Dog and Pony Show: A Sondheim Alumni Exhibition, AREA 405, Baltimore, MD: June 30 - August 4, 2017.
Curated by Stewart Watson and Cara Ober. Also includes work by: Chris Lavoie, Chris Palios, Laure Drogoul, Darcie Book, David Page, Frank Day, Hasan Elahi, Jon Duff, Jason Hughes, Jim Leach, Karen Yazinsky, Lauren Frances Adams, Lisa Dillin, Leah Cooper, Magnolia Laurie, Mark Parascandola, Melissa Dickenson, Neil Feather, Ryan Hackett, Ryan Syrell, René Treviño, Stephanie Barber, Stewart Watson, Tony Shore, Wickerham & Lomax, and Zoë Charlton.
Opening Reception: Friday, June 30, 7-9pm
Camp Artscape, Center for the Arts Gallery, Towson University, Towson, MD: July 8 - August 5, 2017.
Curated by Erin Lehman and Susan Isaacs. Also includes work by: Laura Amussen, Damon Arhos, Kyle Bauer, Mary Baum, Loring Boglioni, Rachel Bone, Lori Anne Boocks, Travis Childers, Atsuko Chirikjian, Brent Crothers, Geoff Delanoy, Stephen Dobbin, Anne Fine Foer, Zoe Friedman, Alice Gadzinski, Gregory Hein, Reagan Lake, Mike McConnell, Greg McLemore, Janne Rice, Renee Rendine, Margaret Rogers, Nicole Salimbene, Leslie Shellow, Dominic Terlizzi, Andrei Trach, Alice Valenti, Evan West, Lars Westby.
Opening Reception: July 8, 2-4pm.
Greetings from Adams Morgan, DCAC, Washington, DC: June 2 - June 18, 2017.
Curated by Philip Barlow, a group show of artists who live, work, or have a studio in Adams Morgan. Also includes work by Yuno Baswir, Monica Jahan Bose, Renee Butler, Natalie Cheung, Rita Elsner, Pat Goslee, Sarah J. Hull, Yaroslav Koporulin, Michael O’Sullivan, Maryanne Pollock, Alex L. Porter, Lisa K. Rosenstein, Betsy Stewart, Ellyn Weiss, Joseph White, and Zarina Zuparkhodjaeva.
Opening Reception: Friday, June 2, 7pm-9pm
Closing reception and talk: Sunday, June 18, 5pm
Take Note, Gustein Gallery, Savannah College of Art and Design - Savannah, GA: February 2-April 17, 2017.
Curated by Amanda York and Ben Tollefson: "An exploration of the possibilities of text-based artistic expression. Using a variety of media, artists engage words and letters for formal, narrative and archival purposes that undermine the standardization of language. Created during the last five years, the works of art recontextualize familiar text and symbols to reconsider meaning in various forms of visual communication." Also including work by Erica Baum, Alex Gingrow, Meg Hitchcock, Nathaniel Russell, and Todd Schroeder.
Click Here, Arlington Arts Center - Arlington, VA: January 21-March 26, 2017. Opening: Saturday, February 11, 6-9pm; Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 4, 1-4pm.
Curated by Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell: "In the world of retweets, regrams and now reactions, we are ever constant consumers of material culture in the ever-expanding chasm of the internet, including art. As the internet continues to grow, taking root in and changing all aspects of life, so changes art. Where high artistic achievement was once defined in strictly academic terms, now we see a democratization of the field throughout all the absurd realms of the World Wide Web. So what does it mean to be an artist in the age of the internet? Eight artists explore the organic, commoditized, and fabricated experiences where the lens of various web-based happenings, engagements, and absurdity play a major role." Also including work by Rachel Bone, Nancy Daly, Michelle Herman, Dina Kelberman, Lindsay McCulloch, Jenny Walton, and Stephanie Williams.