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  • Monday, February 25, 2019

      MAD AS HELL Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: Art Gallery - Greenspring Campus Details:

      MAD AS HELL - Mia Halton: "Focused with precision, [women's anger] can become a powerful source of energy, serving progress and change." Audre Lorde

      In her newest installation of mural painting, drawing and ceramics, Mia Halton explores the power of rage to foment revolutionary social movements. She references history, including the parallels between the women's movements of the 1990s and today, calling notions of progress into question. As a member of the Me Too movement, Halton understands women's anger as a tool for both change and healing. MAD AS HELL is a rallying cry for the application of individual and collective power -- fueled by rage -- to accomplish the goals of contemporary women's movements.

      Exhibition: January 28 - April 9, 2019, Art Gallery, Theatre Building, Greenspring Campus

      Reception: February 10, 2019, 12:30 - 2:00 p.m., Inscape Theatre Lobby, Greenspring Campus

      Encounters Workshop: March 27, 2019, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m., Art Gallery, Theatre Building, Greenspring Campus - In connection with her exhibition, Mad As Hell, artist Mia Halton will lead visitors through an activity that encourages them to confront their preconceptions about each other and be open to learning about others.

    • OLD and NEW - 2019 Faculty Showcase
      OLD and NEW - 2019 Faculty Showcase Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: Manning Academic Center - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      Artists sometimes look to their past works as a rich source of information from which to develop their creative practice. OLD and NEW explores how sampling from that history can drive exciting, new developments. Faculty from the School of Design each present two pieces: one recent and one that comes from an older body of work, but which was influential to the evolution of the recent creation.

      Exhibition: February 2 - April 7, 2019, Gallery, Kevin Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills North Campus

      Reception: February 4, 2019, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.; Gallery, Kevin Manning Academic Center

    • The Shadow Means It's Real
      The Shadow Means It's Real Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: School of Design - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      The Shadow Means It's Real is an exhibition curated by independent publishing house, Homie House Press (HHP). They open dialogues with their collaborators that collect ideas in motion to heal shattered pasts. By taking part in revising the archived histories of their heredity, they are pursuing healing work for survival. With this thoughtfully curated experience, they take you on a voyage through ideas and concepts that vacillate between the loss and finding of home. This is the in-between that they accept and fully step into with their hands, hearts, and homes open. Awaken your kin as we prepare for the happy rebellion.

      Exhibition: January 28 - April 2, 2019; School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Reception: February 28, 2019, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m., Lobby, School of Design

      Panel Discussion: February 28, 2019, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m., Sound Stage, School of Design

    • Confronting the Lies I Tell Myself Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm Locations: SoLVE Center - Owings Mills Campus Details:

      Presented by Dr. Robert Berry, President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Rebekah Berlin, University of Virginia

      In this interactive 90 minute session, participants will have the opportunity to:

      • Explore the concepts of power, bias, and privilege and how they operate in our classroom
      • Engage in a guided reflection on the ways in which we educators sometimes abdicate responsibility for equitable teaching and the impact of this abdication on students
      • Identify changes in your behavior that have the potential to disrupt patterns of inequity in your classroom

      Space is limited - register here:

    • FMI Spring Artist-in-Residence - Alex Bickel
      FMI Spring Artist-in-Residence - Alex Bickel Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm Locations: SD 101 Soundstage - School of Design - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      Alex Bickel, Professional Colorist, Presents on His Life and Career: What is color correction? In today's world of digital cinematography, it is an ever-more important process of refining the on-screen image in post-production, creating the final look of the movie before release. Colorists, working closely with directors and cinematographers, perfect the image of the film, an image that is shot with an eye towards exactly this collaboration. Enter Alex Bickel, who has forged quite the career in this area, working on projects that include recent masterpieces such as The Big Stick, Moonlight, Lady Bird, Private Life, The Old Man & the Gun, Mid90s, If Beal Street Could Talk, and Hold the Dark. Join us as Alex presents new work and discusses his career.

      Reception: 6 p.m., School of Design Lobby, Owings Mills North Campus

      Presentation 7 p.m., School of Design, Sound Stage, SD 101

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