Clifton Park Works: Rebecca Gilbert MFA '02

Clifton Park

Printmaking/Book Arts Senior Lecturer Rebecca Gilbert MFA '02 (Book Arts/Printmaking) is featured in the group exhibition "Clifton Park Works: Cultivating Connections Between Art and History," a site-specific installation that highlights the vast history of Baltimore's Clifton Park. The exhibit is the first contemporary art exhibition of its kind in the historical park.

Curated by Emily Clemens, an MFA in Curatorial Practice student at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and hosted by Civic Works.

EXHIBITION EVENTS
Saturday, May 11, 1 – 3 p.m.
A walking tour of Clifton Park led by Eric Holcomb, city planner, Baltimore Commission on Historical and Architectural Preservation. The tour will stop at each installation site and other sites in Clifton Park.

Thursday, May 16, 3 p.m.
Civic Works at Clifton Park

Johns Hopkins Birthday party/Hopkins-era wine tasting with guest speaker Catherine Thomas, who completed her PhD at the University of Maryland on the significance of wine in the mid-1800s.

Above: "Clifton Park Maypole" (detail), screen print on linen, ceramic, wood, 2013.

Clifton Park
2701 Saint Lo Drive
Baltimore, MD 21213
United States

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