The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance celebrated staff members of Baltimore’s arts organizations and the contributions they make to create the city’s vibrant arts scene by throwing them a party at Motor House.
GBCA executive director Jeannie Howe welcomed her guests, acknowledging many of those present.
Then, folks had a chance to enjoy food, wine and beer and each other’s company.
Pictured (LtoR) John Hendricks, The St. Paul’s Schools dean of arts/GBCA board member; and Jeannie Howe, GBCA executive director
Pictured (LtoR)GBCA board members: Phoebe Stein, Maryland Humanities executive director; Julia Marciari-Alexander, The Walters Art Museum director; and Amy Cavanaugh, Maryland Art Place executive director
Pictured (LtoR) Stephanie Moyd, Baltimore City department of housing & community development senior administrative assistant; Barbara Harrell Grubbs, Contemporary Arts, Inc. executive director; Kevin Brown, Baltimore restaurateur; and Rodney Elliott, Baltimore-based 3D animation/computer graphics artist
Pictured (LtoR) Nathan Birch, The Next Ice Age executive director; and Asylynne Wright, Carnegie Science office coordinator
Pictured (LtoR) Sheila Gonzalez, Creative Alliance operations & rentals manager; Justin Rokisky, Mindgrub web developer; Samantha Mitchell, Creative Alliance film curator; and Micah E. Wood, Creative Alliance graphic designer/freelance photographer
Pictured (LtoR) James Smalls, UMBC professor of visual arts; and Beth Saunders, UMBC curator/head of special collections
Pictured (LtoR) Kelly Hawkins, Port Discovery Children’s Museum senior operations manager; and Derrick Wilson, retired dancer
(April 29, 2019 – Motor House)