The irony of the title isn’t lost on me, but I’m so grateful to have been included in the exhibition. I loved doing my graduate show online – it made sense, since that’s really how it all started for me. But there’s something delightful about an in-person event.
My 3D prints are in the show, as well as The Benefits of Radiation. I made a zine for the show, too!
Here’s the deets, from MAP’s website.
Maryland Art Place is proud to announce the return of Young Blood, an exhibition showcasing the works of recent Baltimore-area Masters of Fine Art graduates. This marks MAP’s 12th Young Blood program which has, to date, provided an important post-graduate artistic platform for transitioning Masters of Fine Arts students. Since 2008 Young Blood has continually brought recent graduates together to make new connections and present special selections from their thesis project(s). The exhibition will highlight exceptional works ranging in media.
Young Blood took a brief hiatus due to the pandemic last year. As result exhibting artists have graduated from their MFA programs in 2020, in addition to current MFA candidates (2021) were invited to participate.
Brandon Ables | UMBC
Jason Charney | UMBC
Elijah Davis | UMBC
Jim Doran | Towson University
Brianna Doyle | Towson University
Tinglan Huang | MICA
Yifan Luo | MICA
Noah McWilliams | UMD
McKinley Wallace | MICA
You Wu | Towson University
The exhibition will be on view Thursday, July 15 – Saturday, August 21. A physical opening reception will be held at Maryland Art Place (MAP) located at 218 West Saratoga St. Baltimore, MD 20201 on Thursday, July 15 between the hours of 6 and 8 pm.