School 33 Art Center
Rauschenberg

Studios

Overview

Since 1979, School 33 Art Center's Studio Artist Program has provided exceptional studio spaces to more than 120 professional artists. Nine prime spaces (approx. 450 sq. ft. each) are available to local artists. School 33 has also hosted a variety of artist residencies and programs that engage the studio artists in the Center's exhibition and educational programming. Beginning in late 2008, School 33 has initiated the Studio Artists’ Mentoring Program as a commitment to fostering artistic growth in Baltimore.


Studio leases are for one year and rental rate includes utilities. The studios are strictly non-live spaces, though artists-in-residence have 24 hour access to their individual spaces. Studios leases can be renewed for up to five years.

Are you a visual artist looking for a studio space? School 33 Art Center has one big, sunny studio available beginning in October! This second floor studio is approx. 450 sq ft, with several large windows, high ceilings, and a utility sink on same floor.

Having a studio at School 33 means joining our community of artists, having access to all of our exhibitions and programming, gaining exposure during our events and openings, and being included in large events such as the Open Studio Tour and our annual fundraiser. Additionally, as part of our Studio Artist Mentorship Program, residents will have access to critiques by established artists and arts professionals, critics, and professors. Every two years, resident artists will work with a mentor / curator to mount a biennial exhibition featuring the work of all current School 33 studio artists in our Main Gallery.


Artists will be selected based upon the strength of their portfolios and their commitment to their studio practice.

 

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STUDIO ARTISTS

Amber Eve Anderson Amber Eve Anderson is a multidisciplinary artist whose work uses images, objects, and language to explore themes of home and displacement, often combining aspects of the digital and the real. In 2016 she was a Baker Artist Award finalist and was awarded residencies at Wagon Station Encampment with Andrea Zittel in Joshua Tree, CA and...
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Tessea Antonis-Parr Tessea Antonis-Parr, self-taught painter, was born 1985 in Baltimore, Maryland. Tessea studied a double major at Towson University in International Studies and Community Health. She spent the first decade of her life living throughout several African countries. Her artistic process began as a child during frequent excursions to the marketplace...
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Amy Jean Boebel Through my creative process, I take raw materials and ordinary objects, and put them together to elicit a transformative experience. I am driven to work with common consumer and industrial materials, shaping and assembling them outside their usual context. Experimentation is a big part of what I do. In working with aluminum...
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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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Rachel Guardiola Rachel Guardiola is an interdisciplinary artist with a background in natural history preservation. Her practice investigates the intersection of art, science, and human curiosity to seek the unknown through lens based technology. Rachel is a current Artist Fellow at Hamiltonian Gallery in Washington D.C. She has exhibited internationally in...
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Taha Heydari
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Tiffany Jones Tiffany Jones was born in Springfield, MA, and relocated to Baltimore in 1996, she has been a resident with her family ever since. Jones received her BFA in photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2012. Jones has exhibited her artwork in various galleries and museums in Massachusetts, New York, Virginia, and Maryland. These...
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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...
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Sylvie van Helden Sylvie van Helden was born in Montreal, Canada.  After spending her early childhood abroad, she settled in in the Midwest for a number of years.  In 2000, she moved from Ann Arbor to Baltimore to attend graduate school at the Maryland institute College of Art.  Upon graduating, van Helden taught art full-time at the...
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