Tuesday, June 7, 2011

FILM, ART, FASHION THIS WEEK @ THE CREATIVE ALLIANCE

CA BannerThe following events take place at the Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore

AUTUMN RAGE     

Autumn RageFriday, June 10, 7 PM
$10, $5 mbrs.
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WORLD PREMIERE- BALTIMORE FILMMAKER!
Mark Shell premieres his latest feature, reminiscent of Blair Witch Project, but set in Baltimore County, and with a distinctly mythical and terrifying predator. Autumn Rage features an all local cast and crew, lead by Shell himself (he wrote, edited, produced, and stars). This highly suspenseful horror film will have you on the edge of your seat and clinging to your neighbor. 

BIG SHOW DROPOFF

BIG SHOW DROPOFFSaturday, June 11 , noon-5 PM
Free for members;
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The drop-off date for The Big Show, CA’s annual open members' exhibition, is an event in itself. Every member is invited to submit one work of art, ready to be installed, and no more than 36" wide. Video works 5min or less will be displayed on a monitor in looped programs. Submit QuickTime.mov. Can't make it Saturday? early submissions accepted during CA's regular hours. Questions? contact jed@creativealliance.org or 410.276.1651.

Best Kept Secret Modeling presents  
Fashion Show GALACTICA

Best Kept Secret Modeling presentsSaturday, June 11, Happy Hour 5-6:30 PM; show 7 PM
VIP Tix
$45; general admission $25
For Tix & Info!
For tix: 443.416.8214, ceoofbks@gmail.com or www.bksbaltimore.com

Eight designers from Bmore, DC and Virginia roll out their spring/summer lines on a full runway with a cast of thirty models, and a full press of makeup artists, hair and fashion stylists. DJ Taven keeps it rockin' on the runway! Proceeds benefit St. Jude's Hospital.

REGINA  TUMASELLA: MINDSCAPES

Regina TumasellaOn View through June 18th

Regina Tumasella was born amidst the soft grandeur of New York's Catskill Mountains and has always been attuned to the natural world. A MICA grad whose paintings were featured in a recent New York Times profile of the Baltimore art scene, her paintings clearly recall landscapes while remaining almost wholly abstract - scraped and layered blues and greens, shot through with the occasional streak of red or orange.