MAP Staff

Amy Cavanaugh Royce

Executive Director

Caitlin Gill

Directory Coordinator and Exhibitions/Program Manager

Elisha Coleman

Administrative Assistant

Rodney Downes

Building Engineer

Nick Bosi

Fall Intern: B.A. candidate Loyola University

Joan Cooke

Fall Intern: Graduated Savannah College of Art and Design

James Hwang

Fall Intern: B.A. candidate MICA

Emma Matthews

Fall Intern: B.A. candidate Ringling College of Art and Design

Cameron Minor

Fall Intern: B.A. candidate Morgan Sate University

Camille Ollivierre

Fall Intern: B.A. Candidate UMBC

MAP Board of Trustees

Christopher Janian
MAP Board Chair
Vitruvius Co.

Elizabeth S. Courtemanche
MAP Board President
Senior Director of Advancement
Baltimore Museum of Art

LaVerne Canady
Director, US Programs
FHI, 360

Hon. Stephan W. Fogleman
Retired Judge

Kathleen Hamill
Director, Modern & Contemporary Art
Alex Cooper Auctions

Joe Konigsberg
Corporate Attorney
Thales Defense & Security

Doug Koschalk
Elemental Metalworks

Amanda Moore
Assistant Vice President
CCS Fundraising

Kathy O'Dell
Assc. Prof. Visual Arts + Special Asst. to the Dean for Education & Arts Partnerships, UMBC

Douglas R. Kington
RE/MAX Commercial Logic

Lisa Reed
Cannon Design

Paul Ruppert
President & CEO
Baltimore Public Markets Corporation

Tobore Sefia
Master Control Operator
Al Jazeera Network

Kendrick Tilghman
5Starr Enterprise LLC

Program Advisory Committee

The Programming Advisory Committee or PAC is comprised of Maryland area artists and arts professionals who provide analyses and responses to proposals and annual exhibitions several times a year. The PAC informs the organization on contemporary art trends and best practices.

Joe Letourneau

Laure Drogoul

Christopher Attenborough

Kyle Bauer

Kelley Bell

Amanda Burnham

Thomas James

Melissa Penley Cormier

Ada Pinkston

Amy Eva Raehse

Steven H. Silberg

Carlyn Thomas

Our Mission

Maryland Art Place (MAP) inspires, supports, and encourages artistic expression through innovative programming, exhibitions, and educational opportunities while recognizing the powerful impact art can have on our community. MAP creates a dynamic environment for artists of our time to engage the public by nurturing and promoting new ideas. MAP has served as a critical resource for contemporary art in the Mid-Atlantic since 1981.

Contact Us

Phone: 410.204.1959
E-mail: map@mdartplace.org