Michelle Joan Wilkinson, Ph.D. is the Director of Collections and Exhibitions at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland, African American History and Culture in Baltimore, Maryland. She is one of the curators selected by the Washington Project for the Arts to participate in SELECT 2013 and she is responsible for selecting my work for the event this year.
Below are video highlights of the second SELECT 2013 curator talk on February 27, 2013 featuring Dr. Wilkinson who shares her thoughts about artwork and artists that she selected. Read more about Dr. Wilkinson and the artists selected here.
During the Open Studio event on December 4, 2011, I did a series of videos of my fellow artists to give the public a peak into the kind of artwork that we do at Passageways Artists Studios. During the next few weeks, I will be posting a video of one of the artists so you can learn more about them and their specific mediums.
About Passageways Artists Studios:
Passageways came together in 1991 when a group of local artists found a large open space for rent in conveniently located Riverdale Park, Maryland. The artists rolled up their collective sleeves and constructed ten airy studios – learning to make drywall partitions, and other construction tasks. Four of the early members are still active in Passageways.
Passageways functions as a cooperative, providing: a congenial working environment for creative artists; an opportunity to interact, collaborate, and learn from colleagues; and an opportunity to show work with other members of the group. The various members work in painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, photography, stained-glass, sculpture, tapestry, quilting and fiber arts – wherever the muse directs.
We host an open-studio event twice a year – in the spring and in the fall. We heartily invite you to come to the open-studio to see the latest work of our artists, and chat with them about art, while enjoying light refreshments.
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