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APRIL 24 AND 25/1999         
NOON-5 PM each day           

May 15-June 26/1999
OPENING RECEPTION Saturday, May 15, 3-5 p.m.

ELEVENTH ANNUAL OPEN STUDIO TOUR

On Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25 from noon - 5 p.m., the public is invited to join the free city wide tour of artist's studios throughout Baltimore City. A free TOUR MAP, listing the participating artists and their studio locations, will be available at School 33. Beginning on Saturday, March 27 and continuing through Saturday, April 24, School 33 will maintain a SLIDE REGISTRY which includes the slides and resumes of the participating artists. These materials will be on view at School 33, Tuesdays through Saturdays between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.

An artist's reception will be held on Friday, April 23 from 7-9 p.m. The reception is open to the public and will feature music, refreshments, and a winetasting by Woodhall Vineyards. Selected artwork by Open Studio Tour artists will be on view in Gallery I during the reception.

School 33 gratefully acknowledges the City Paper, Friends of School 33 Art Center, TCI Cable and The Baltimore Office of Promotion for making this event possible.

GALLERY I
EAST MEETS WEST:
Imagining India in Baltimore and Los Angeles
Curator: M. A. Greenstein, Art Theorist and Critic, Los Angeles, CA
Paintings by Dhruvi Acharya, New York, NY
Paintings by Bari Kumar, Los Angeles, CA

GALLERY II
LYRIC BOARDS
Pieces by Joyce Lightbody, Los Angeles, CA

Dhruvi Acharya's work is seen courtesy of Gomez Gallery, Baltimore
Bari Kumar's work is seen courtesy of Patricia Correia Gallery, Los Angeles
Joyce Lightbody's work is seen courtesy of ACME, Los Angeles


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Bari Kumar
DARSHAN, 1998
Oil on Canvas
57 1/2 X 45"
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