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Mary Baum MARY BAUM is a multidisciplinary artist from Oregon. Her work deals with themes of belief and mysticism, the connection between the natural and spiritual worlds, and the relationship between magic and miracle. She received her BFA from Brigham Young University (UT) and her MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art...
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Lynn Cazabon Lynn Cazabon creates multi-faceted works using a diversity of media including photography, audio, animation, and video, taking form as installations, public displays, websites, mobile applications, and community collaborations. Her work has been exhibited extensively extensively nationally and internationally for the past...
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Cheeny Celebrado-Royer Cheeny Celebrado-Royer (b.1991, Naga City, Philippines) is a multidisciplinary artist currently working in Baltimore. Celebrado-Royer immigrated to the United States in 2005. She earned her BA in Studio Art from McDaniel College in 2014 and graduated with her MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art (Mount Royal School of Art) in 2016....
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Taha Heydari Taha Heydari was born and raised in Tehran, he moved to Baltimore in 2014 to pursue his MFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), completing his degree in Hoffberger School of Painting, in 2016. Since his graduation, he was granted an O1 (Artist Visa) and has worked full time in a studio space at School 33. He is interested in...
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Luke Ikard Luke Ikard (b. 1990, Houston, TX) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Baltimore, MD, where he is an Artist in Residence at the School 33 Art Center. He is an Adjunct Professor at George Washington University, Carroll Community College, and Maryland Institute College of Art teaching multiple courses in 3D design and new media. He completed...
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Lauren Lyde Lauren R. Lyde is a native Baltimorean. She received her MFA in Community Arts from Maryland Institute College of Art and her BS in visual communication from Towson University. The illustration curriculum focused on the use of diverse media to communicate written and verbal ideas. By graduation she came to understand the...
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Stephanie J. Williams Stephanie J. Williams (b. 1981) is an interdisciplinary artist living in the northeast quadrant of Washington, DC. Her three-dimensional sculpture and stop-motion animations investigate our relationship to food culture. Williams is a current faculty in the animation department at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and is the newest artist...
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