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Art During the Time of COVID-19

OCA Mocha

The Gallery at OCA Mocha presents Art During the Time of COVID-19, on display through October 2. Featured artists include Emily Beaver, April Berardi, Satya Emerick, Gloria Tseng Fischer, Susan Flanagan, Aarthi Haig, hana, Symone Hardy, Imani K. Jackson, Karly Maroney, Eben McCullough (TheAntArts), Kris McElroy, Kathleen McPartland, Autumn Lynn Miller, Julie Miller, Phoebe O'Dell, Preet Patel, Rachel Pomponi, Wanda Prather, Yuxiao Ran, Josh Schneider, and Diana Tsuji.

Dream Prayer Observatory

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As part of its CIRCA Presents series, the Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts presents Dream Prayer Observatory, a meditative work of image and sound. On Friday, September 11, Dream Prayer Observatory will run in a continual loop online from noon until midnight. The work is a collaborative creation between photographer Dan Bailey, composer Linda Dusman, and audio engineer Alan Wonneberger, with violinist Airi Yoshioka. A "meet the artists" session will take place on Friday, September 11 at 6 p.m.

High Zero Festival of Experimental Improvised Music

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Each year, UMBC partners with the annual High Zero Festival of Experimental Improvised Music, presenting one more more High Zero artists on campus, while faculty, students and alumni have been presented in live performances in downtown Baltimore. This year, Timothy Nohe, professor of visual arts, and Michelle Purdy ’10, music, will participate as performers in an online festival, which will take place September 24–27.

Black Lunch Table: Artist Talk

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As part of its CIRCA Presents series, the Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts presents Black Lunch Table, the primary aim of which is the production of discursive sites, wherein artists and local community members engage in dialogue on a variety of critical issues. In this talk, BLT founders Heather Hart and Jina Valentine will talk about the history of this ongoing collaborative project.

On Race, Representation, and White Lies: A Tribute to Maurice Berger

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Maurice Berger, chief curator and research professor at UMBC’s Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture (CADVC), died Sunday, March 22, in Craryville, New York from complications of COVID-19. A path-breaking art historian and curator, Berger was a fierce advocate for social justice and an exceptionally caring human being. Through his exhibitions and writings, he compelled us to look honestly at issues of race, inequity, and their representations in visual culture. On Tuesday, October 6, the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School will present On Race, Representation, and White Lies: A Tribute to Maurice Berger.

Black Lunch Table: Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

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As part of its CIRCA Presents series, the Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts presents Black Lunch Table, the primary aim of which is the production of discursive sites, wherein artists and local community members engage in dialogue on a variety of critical issues. In this online editing workshop, participants will learn about how to create, update, and improve Wikipedia articles pertaining to the lives and works of Black visual artists.

The Art of the Process

OCA Mocha

The Gallery at OCA Mocha presents The Art of the Process, on display through November 2, featuring artwork by Bianka Amin, Nicolas Blanchet, Byanca Morales Cabrera, Liam Garrett, Raquel Hamner, Benjamin Jancewicz, Ian Kibria, Louis Middleton, Phoebe Oh, and Dyllon Wolf.

Black Lunch Table: Roundtable Conversations

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As part of its CIRCA Presents series, the Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts presents Black Lunch Table, the primary aim of which is the production of discursive sites, wherein artists and local community members engage in dialogue on a variety of critical issues. For CIRCA, Black Lunch Table will host one of their signature Artists Roundtables, inviting Black artists to roundtable discussions, and two People’s Tables, inviting participation from all community members.

The Tool Book Project: Collaborative and Community Engaged Art

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As part of its CIRCA Presents series, the Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts presents The Tool Book Project: Collaborative and Community Engaged Art, a panel featuring Jaimes Mayhew & Lamont Stanley Bryant, Asha Canalos, and Gina Goico, moderated by Sarah G. Sharp.

Invisibilities: Work of Multi-Disciplinary Artist Laura Heit

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The Department of Visual Arts Visiting Artists and Designers Series presents Invisibilities: Work of Multi-Disciplinary Artist Laura Heit. The artist will present her work spanning two decades, including animated short films, miniature puppets shows, and immersive multimedia installation work.

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