Sunday: MAP'S 35th Anniversary Open House

Oct. 16

One of many legacy artistic projects in the Bromo Arts District, the Maryland Art Place celebrates its 35th year with an open house at its Saratoga Street location (which the group originally bought in 1988, temporarily moved out of in 2001, and then moved back into in 2014). This building now holds MAP’s gallery space, as well as the 14Karat Cabaret, Terrault, Jordan Faye Contemporary, and the Lineup Room Recording Studio—and the group continues to act as a conduit between the city’s artists and its community. Come mingle with the artists and their work—including Joyce Scott, Oletha DeVane, Laure Drogoul, Raoul Middleman, and about a couple dozen others—check out the spaces, and consider making a donation to keep the place going. 3-5 p.m., Maryland Art Place, 218 W. Saratoga St., (410) 962-8565, mdartplace.org, free. (Rebekah Kirkman)

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