Current Exhibition


LIGHT TOUCH   |   February 12, 2014 -   |   June 22, 2014

LIGHT TOUCH | February 12 - June 22, 2014

Curated by Liz Wells

Exhibition Dates: February 12 - June 22, 2014
Public Reception: March 5, 11 - 3pm, International Pier of The Baltimore Washington Airport

Light Touch includes artwork by five artists who use photography to explore aspects of the physical world. The presenting artists are: Chrystel Lebas (France/UK), Heidi Morstang (Norway/UK), Marja Pirila (Finland), Lynn Silverman (Baltimore, MD), and Frank Hallam Day (Washington, DC) and is produced in partnership with UK curator, Liz Wells, The Society of Photographic Education Conference 2014 (Baltimore City,) and Baltimore Washington International (BWI) Airport. 

Click here to hear MAP Excutive Director Amy Cavanaugh Royce and Light Touch curator Liz Wells discuss the exhibition on local NPR station WYPR Baltimore. Our Executive Director also recently discussed the exhibition on local NBC station WBAL TV 11.

For more info on this exhibtion please view the LIGHT TOUCH catalog.

Light Touch is supported by The Cultural Service of the Embassy of France, EDF and Frame Visual Art, Finland. Special thanks to the Brookshire Suites.

AIRPORT PARKING DIRECTIONS: Upon arrival, follow signs to hourly parking. Park in Hourly Garage Level 5 in rows G or H - this will put you close to the Pedestrian Bridge near Concourse E. Cross bridge and Enter Door #20, turn right and the exhibition will be on your left. Alternative: Park anywhere in hourly parking, take elevator to Level 6, cross Skywalk D, turn left and go down stairs where you'll enter the International Pier and exhibition will be on the right.

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