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  • Sunday, September 29, 2019

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  • Monday, September 30, 2019

    • Times of Perception Exhibition
      Times of Perception Exhibition Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: Manning Academic Center - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      2019 marks the 75th anniversary of American internment of Japanese and Japanese-Americans during WWII. Two years ago, the Trump administration issued Executive Order 13769, commonly known as the Muslim Ban. Times of Perception is a multimedia exhibition that reflects on the experience of Japanese Internment, the Muslim Ban and the treatment of Muslims after the War on Terror.

      Times of Perception will present works by artists Saks Afridi, Sobia Ahmad, Nancy Chikaraishi, Kei Ito, Wendy Maruyama, Azzah Sultan, Mary Tuma, and Qinza, which address our current political and social attitudes in the context of American treatment of populations perceived as “other.”

      Exhibition:
      KMAC Gallery: 8/26/19–10/26/19
      SOD Gallery: 8/26/19–1/4/20

      Gallery Hours:
      Monday–Friday 11AM–7PM
      Saturday 11AM–7PM

      Reception: 9/12/19 5–7 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Curatorial Tour: 9/20/19 3–4PM (SOD Gallery)
      Artists' Talk: 9/26/19 5–7PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Gene Oishi Lecture: 10/3/19 11AM–12:30PM (SOD Sound Stage)
      Curatorial Tour: 10/17/19 2–3 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Navy Bean Pie Workshop: CANCELLED

       
       
  • Tuesday, October 1, 2019

    • Times of Perception Exhibition
      Times of Perception Exhibition Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: Manning Academic Center - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      2019 marks the 75th anniversary of American internment of Japanese and Japanese-Americans during WWII. Two years ago, the Trump administration issued Executive Order 13769, commonly known as the Muslim Ban. Times of Perception is a multimedia exhibition that reflects on the experience of Japanese Internment, the Muslim Ban and the treatment of Muslims after the War on Terror.

      Times of Perception will present works by artists Saks Afridi, Sobia Ahmad, Nancy Chikaraishi, Kei Ito, Wendy Maruyama, Azzah Sultan, Mary Tuma, and Qinza, which address our current political and social attitudes in the context of American treatment of populations perceived as “other.”

      Exhibition:
      KMAC Gallery: 8/26/19–10/26/19
      SOD Gallery: 8/26/19–1/4/20

      Gallery Hours:
      Monday–Friday 11AM–7PM
      Saturday 11AM–7PM

      Reception: 9/12/19 5–7 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Curatorial Tour: 9/20/19 3–4PM (SOD Gallery)
      Artists' Talk: 9/26/19 5–7PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Gene Oishi Lecture: 10/3/19 11AM–12:30PM (SOD Sound Stage)
      Curatorial Tour: 10/17/19 2–3 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Navy Bean Pie Workshop: CANCELLED

       
       
  • Wednesday, October 2, 2019

    • Times of Perception Exhibition
      Times of Perception Exhibition Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: Manning Academic Center - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      2019 marks the 75th anniversary of American internment of Japanese and Japanese-Americans during WWII. Two years ago, the Trump administration issued Executive Order 13769, commonly known as the Muslim Ban. Times of Perception is a multimedia exhibition that reflects on the experience of Japanese Internment, the Muslim Ban and the treatment of Muslims after the War on Terror.

      Times of Perception will present works by artists Saks Afridi, Sobia Ahmad, Nancy Chikaraishi, Kei Ito, Wendy Maruyama, Azzah Sultan, Mary Tuma, and Qinza, which address our current political and social attitudes in the context of American treatment of populations perceived as “other.”

      Exhibition:
      KMAC Gallery: 8/26/19–10/26/19
      SOD Gallery: 8/26/19–1/4/20

      Gallery Hours:
      Monday–Friday 11AM–7PM
      Saturday 11AM–7PM

      Reception: 9/12/19 5–7 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Curatorial Tour: 9/20/19 3–4PM (SOD Gallery)
      Artists' Talk: 9/26/19 5–7PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Gene Oishi Lecture: 10/3/19 11AM–12:30PM (SOD Sound Stage)
      Curatorial Tour: 10/17/19 2–3 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Navy Bean Pie Workshop: CANCELLED

       
       
  • Thursday, October 3, 2019

    • Gene Oishi Lecture
      Gene Oishi Lecture Time: 11:00am - 12:30pm Locations: SD 101 Soundstage - School of Design - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      2019 marks the 75th anniversary of American internment of Japanese and Japanese-Americans during WWII. Two years ago, the Trump administration issued Executive Order 13769, commonly known as the Muslim Ban. Times of Perception is a multimedia exhibition that reflects on the experience of Japanese Internment, the Muslim Ban and the treatment of Muslims after the War on Terror.

      Times of Perception will present works by artists Saks Afridi, Sobia Ahmad, Nancy Chikaraishi, Kei Ito, Wendy Maruyama, Azzah Sultan, Mary Tuma, and Qinza, which address our current political and social attitudes in the context of American treatment of populations perceived as “other.”

      Exhibition:
      KMAC Gallery: 8/26/19–10/26/19
      SOD Gallery: 8/26/19–1/4/20

      Gallery Hours:
      Monday–Friday 11AM–7PM
      Saturday 11AM–7PM

      Reception: 9/12/19 5–7 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Curatorial Tour: 9/20/19 3–4PM (SOD Gallery)
      Artists' Talk: 9/26/19 5–7PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Gene Oishi Lecture: 10/3/19 11AM–12:30PM (SOD Sound Stage)
      Curatorial Tour: 10/17/19 2–3 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Navy Bean Pie Workshop: Keep an eye on our Instagram (@stevensongalleries) for detail

       
       
    • Times of Perception Exhibition
      Times of Perception Exhibition Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: Manning Academic Center - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      2019 marks the 75th anniversary of American internment of Japanese and Japanese-Americans during WWII. Two years ago, the Trump administration issued Executive Order 13769, commonly known as the Muslim Ban. Times of Perception is a multimedia exhibition that reflects on the experience of Japanese Internment, the Muslim Ban and the treatment of Muslims after the War on Terror.

      Times of Perception will present works by artists Saks Afridi, Sobia Ahmad, Nancy Chikaraishi, Kei Ito, Wendy Maruyama, Azzah Sultan, Mary Tuma, and Qinza, which address our current political and social attitudes in the context of American treatment of populations perceived as “other.”

      Exhibition:
      KMAC Gallery: 8/26/19–10/26/19
      SOD Gallery: 8/26/19–1/4/20

      Gallery Hours:
      Monday–Friday 11AM–7PM
      Saturday 11AM–7PM

      Reception: 9/12/19 5–7 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Curatorial Tour: 9/20/19 3–4PM (SOD Gallery)
      Artists' Talk: 9/26/19 5–7PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Gene Oishi Lecture: 10/3/19 11AM–12:30PM (SOD Sound Stage)
      Curatorial Tour: 10/17/19 2–3 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Navy Bean Pie Workshop: CANCELLED

       
       
  • Friday, October 4, 2019

    • Times of Perception Exhibition
      Times of Perception Exhibition Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: Manning Academic Center - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      2019 marks the 75th anniversary of American internment of Japanese and Japanese-Americans during WWII. Two years ago, the Trump administration issued Executive Order 13769, commonly known as the Muslim Ban. Times of Perception is a multimedia exhibition that reflects on the experience of Japanese Internment, the Muslim Ban and the treatment of Muslims after the War on Terror.

      Times of Perception will present works by artists Saks Afridi, Sobia Ahmad, Nancy Chikaraishi, Kei Ito, Wendy Maruyama, Azzah Sultan, Mary Tuma, and Qinza, which address our current political and social attitudes in the context of American treatment of populations perceived as “other.”

      Exhibition:
      KMAC Gallery: 8/26/19–10/26/19
      SOD Gallery: 8/26/19–1/4/20

      Gallery Hours:
      Monday–Friday 11AM–7PM
      Saturday 11AM–7PM

      Reception: 9/12/19 5–7 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Curatorial Tour: 9/20/19 3–4PM (SOD Gallery)
      Artists' Talk: 9/26/19 5–7PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Gene Oishi Lecture: 10/3/19 11AM–12:30PM (SOD Sound Stage)
      Curatorial Tour: 10/17/19 2–3 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Navy Bean Pie Workshop: CANCELLED

       
       
  • Saturday, October 5, 2019

    • Times of Perception Exhibition
      Times of Perception Exhibition Time: 11:00am - 4:00pm Locations: Manning Academic Center - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      2019 marks the 75th anniversary of American internment of Japanese and Japanese-Americans during WWII. Two years ago, the Trump administration issued Executive Order 13769, commonly known as the Muslim Ban. Times of Perception is a multimedia exhibition that reflects on the experience of Japanese Internment, the Muslim Ban and the treatment of Muslims after the War on Terror.

      Times of Perception will present works by artists Saks Afridi, Sobia Ahmad, Nancy Chikaraishi, Kei Ito, Wendy Maruyama, Azzah Sultan, Mary Tuma, and Qinza, which address our current political and social attitudes in the context of American treatment of populations perceived as “other.”

      Exhibition:
      KMAC Gallery: 8/26/19–10/26/19
      SOD Gallery: 8/26/19–1/4/20

      Gallery Hours:
      Monday–Friday 11AM–7PM
      Saturday 11AM–7PM

      Reception: 9/12/19 5–7 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Curatorial Tour: 9/20/19 3–4PM (SOD Gallery)
      Artists' Talk: 9/26/19 5–7PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Gene Oishi Lecture: 10/3/19 11AM–12:30PM (SOD Sound Stage)
      Curatorial Tour: 10/17/19 2–3 PM (KMAC Gallery)
      Navy Bean Pie Workshop: Keep an eye on our Instagram (@stevensongalleries) for detail

       
       
    • Stevenson University Band Day Experience
      Stevenson University Band Day Experience Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm Locations: Mustang Athletic Fields - Owings Mills Campus Details: The annual band day experience invites more than 400 local high school students to participate in the NCAA football game day experience.  The culmination of the event is a halftime performance with the Stevenson University Marching Band.
       
       
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