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UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS:

SUMMER CLASSES BEGIN  ADULT CLASSES will be held May 18 - June 24; CHILDREN'S CLASSES will be held July 6 - 30. Brochures are available at School 33.

WORKSHOPS BY JOYCE LIGHTBODY  May 18 - June 19  Artist in residence Joyce Lightbody will be conducting a series of workshops for children and adults and presenting a slide lecture in conjunction with her exhibition in Gallery II. Please call School 33 for further information. Ms. Lightbody's residency is made possible through funding from the National Endowments for the Arts, Maryland State Arts Council and the Friends of School 33 Art Center, Inc.

ARTSCAPE ANNUAL July 9 - 31 School 33 Art Center will be one of the venues exhibiting local artwork selected by jurors Doreen Bolger, Howardena Pindell, and Terrie Sultan. 

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GALLERY HOURS
Tuesday-Saturday 11AM - 4PM
OFFICE HOURS
Tuesday-Saturday 8:30AM - 4:30PM
TELEPHONE
(410) 396-4641  (410) 392-4642 TDD  e-mail address school33@juno.com

School 33 Art Center is administered by the Mayor's Advisory Committee on Art and Culture, and is supported in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Marylands State Arts Council, Baltimore Community Foundation, the Homer and Martha Gudelsky Family Foundation, Inc., private donations and through contributions to The Friends of School 33 Art Center, Inc., a nonprofit support organization. School 33 is a member of NAAO, the National Association of Artists' Organizations. 

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