Make Studio is pleased to host an entertaining evening featuring a number of artistic PowerPoint presentations.
More info coming soon.
APR 1-2, 2017
Baltimore Design School
1500 Barclay St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
Make Studio will be a vendor at the 2017 Publications and Multiples Fair, an annual exposition of contemporary artist books, prints, publications, sculptures, jewelry, textiles, and works produced in multiple. This event has grown tremendously, from having 15 vendors in its first year to having 150 in its seventh year. Taking up the first weekend in April, PMF acts as a beacon for artists across the country. Additional on-site programming throughout the weekend includes panel discussions on contemporary identity issues, poetry readings, musical performances, motivational speeches, and artist talks.
MAR 5 - APR 26, 2017
Opening reception: SUN • MAR 5 • 1 - 3 PM
The Dennis & Philiip Ratner Museum
100001 Old Georgetown Road
Bethesda, MD 20814
Join Cornerstone Montgomery at the Dennis and Phillip Ratner Museum for for the opening of their annual invitational art exhibition, Outer Limits.
Contributing art programs include
Art Enables (Washington D.C.)
Artist's from the Open Eye gallery at Arundel Lodge (Annapolis)
Make Studio (Baltimore)
Peer Wellness and Recovery Services (Silver Spring)
Studio In-Sight (Bethesda)
SAT • FEB 25 • 1 - 4 PM
Make Studio • Schwing Art Center
3326 Keswick Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21211
7 Colorful Years
Our 7th anniversary exhibition showcases a special selection of new works by Make Studio’s diverse roster of program artists. Encompassing all colors of the spectrum, and ranging from watercolors of fantastic landscapes to celebrity tribute portraits to sculpture inspired by 70s TV shows — as usual, our “birthday show” has something for everyone!
JAN 17 - MAR 2
ARTIST RECPTION: JAN 27 • 6:30 - 7:30 PM
Davison Loby, Library Gallery
2425 Old Court Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21208
A Collaboration with Make Studio
Park School's winter exhibition, Connecting Community: A Collaboration, with works by our program artists as well as an installation of work by Park's Gallery Committee members and the Middle School painting class created in collaboration with Make Studio artists. The exhibition also features artwork created by Park's fourth-grade class and inspired by community artist Walter Kresnik.