Free reception for new art exhibit ‘Everything On It’ 7 p.m. Friday March 28
Vinyl cutouts from Zoe Friedman (left) and cartoon-style mural paintings by Andrew Liang (right) are part of “Everything On It,” a new art exhibit at WTMD.
Two of Baltimore’s most exciting young artists have come together to transform the WTMD studios with an art exhibit designed just for this space.
Andrew Liang and Zoe Friedman are re-imagining WTMD with vinyl cutouts, cartoon-style mural paintings, videos and more. WTMD is partnering with the award-winning online publication Bmoreart for the exhibit, titled “Everything On It.”
Join us for a free opening reception 7 p.m. Friday March 28, with complimentary beer from Union Craft Brewing, wine from Grand Cru and finger food from Fresh Market in Towson. Art will be for sale, and the Americana duo Mountain Peaks and the 11-piece ensemble Ghost Life will also perform. The exhibit runs from March 24 to April 30.
See you at 7 p.m. Friday March 28 at 1 Olympic Place off the circle in Towson.
Also: WTMD is joining a canned food drive in Towson — please bring canned foods with you to the reception.