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We are pleased to announce the 13th edition of The Salon Series at Jordan Faye Contemporary! We've created this program for the purpose of mentoring unrepresented emerging artists in the fundamentals of curating, promoting and selling work.
Salon Series No. 13 presents five artists at different stages in their careers who work in painting, mixed media, and photography.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 28, through Saturday, March 31, 11 to 6 PM and Sunday, April 1, 11 AM to 4 PM. The Opening Reception is Friday, March 30, 7 – 10 PM. The artists will be present Friday evening, Saturday, and Sunday, so come by to see their work and talk with them! WHERE: Jordan Faye Contemporary,140 Light Street, Baltimore
Don't Miss During Salon No. 13......
WHEN: Saturday March 31, 8 PM Ben Beirs and Maud Laforest met while studying at the Peabody Institute and formed Duo Transatlantique in 2002. This classical guitar duo has played in Europe and the United States to critical acclaim. We are thrilled to welcome them to Jordan Faye Contemporary for this performance! TICKETS: available at the door ($15 / $10 students)
About Us Jordan Faye Contemporary was founded as a platform to give emerging artists a wider audience. Established in 2006, we champion the work of early to mid-career artists as well as providing educational opportunities for emerging artists within the region. Jordan Faye Contemporary features 2700 square feet of gallery space, housed in a former historic library in the heart of Baltimore. Through our gallery exhibitions, our salon series program, off-site exhibitions and presenting works at international art fairs, jordan faye contemporary exposes a larger community to the engaging and thought-provoking work of dozens of artists. Currently the gallery represents twelve artists, who are now at various stages in their careers. The mission is to show work that is not only of contemporary interest but will be of lasting historical significance.
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