Joint Closing Art Receptions: SAME RIVER TWICE and VISION

Joint Closing Art Receptions: Same River Twice and Vision

Saturday June 18th

6pm-9 pm, Free


GSPOT Audio Visual Playground

2980 Falls Road, Baltimore.

Conceived and curated by the Rotating History Project (Teddy Johnson and Heather Rounds), along with local writer and artist, Joseph Young, SAME RIVER TWICE is an art exhibition exploring personal, historical, environmental, and cultural reactions and interactions with the Jones Falls watershed, the mills that sit along its banks and the people and culture that emerged as a consequence of the area’s industry and development. The opening of this exhibit was part of Baltimore Green Work’s 8th annual Baltimore Green Week. SAME RIVER TWICE includes original, theme-specific work by 17 artists and a book which additionally features 7 writers. A book of the event’s featured artwork and original, theme specific writings will be available for a donation.


Lauren Boilini, Elizabeth Crisman, Eb Froehlich, Katie Heater, Teddy Johnson, Magnolia Laurie, Cheyenne Seeley, Dave Snead, Andy Stella, Laura Stella, Renee Tantillo, Paul Taylor, Dominic Terlizzi, Chad Tyler, Adam Void, Amanda Wren Wagstaff, Joseph Young


Linda Franklin, Heather Rounds, Adam Trice, Jennifer Wallace, John Dermot Woods, Kate Wyer, Joseph Young


Through various artistic mediums, the Rotating History Project aims to draw attention to the threads running through our history, culture and environment, without compromising the integrity of our subject matter. For us, history does not begin and end on a page. It moves all around us; alive wherever we may turn our head next. It’s a tool for informing our present and future. Although our mediums are the arts, we see our target audience as the larger community, far beyond the scope of art patrons and practitioners. The Rotating History Project was founded by Baltimore based artists Heather Rounds and Teddy Johnson, who work in collaboration with a variety of individuals, specific to the themes of each event. Their first project was The Child Ballads Show in September 2010.

For event parking directions and additional information:


Falls Road Studios

2981 Falls Road, across the street from The GSpot Gallery.

This exhibit organized by Jeremy Crawford and Adam Estes, which opened during ScapeScape, showcases some of Baltimore’s best visual artists who work in diverse styles of portraiture and figurative painting.

Artists Include:

Molly McNulty, Erin Fitzpatrick, Lauren McCallin, Teddy Johnson, Shaun Preston, James Swainbank, Greg McLemore, Justin Wainio, Jordan Kasey, Stefan Wayz, Melody Often and Jason Hoylman


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