Otis Street Arts Project
Art by Andrew Christenberry
Glenn Richardson, Eric Celarier, Albert Schweitzer
Curated by Molly Ruppert
Joseph Shetler and Jay Hendrick
An invitational exhibit of artists who have participated in The Critique, as quasi monthly series produced by Otis Street Arts Project
Exhibiting Artists: Zofie Lang, Christian Tribastone, Ceci Cole McInturff, Amy Hughes Braden, Jose Fernandez, Alexandra Silverthorne, Fallon Chase, Amber Robles-Gordon, Joan Belmar, Katie Pumphrey, Steven Durow, Jacqui Crocetta, Stephanie Booth.
An exhibit of the residents of Otis Street Arts Project
Exhibiting Artists: Alma Selimovic, Liz Lescault, Hebron Chism, Jenna North, Gloria Chapa, Chris Bohner, Art Drauglis
Home Is Where One Starts From
Curated by Zofie Lang
October 22nd- November 19th, 2016
This exhibition examines interior spaces, both literally and figuratively. Four artists explore the idea of home as a space of memory and identity, something that leaves a lasting impression even after they no longer inhabit it.
Artists: Maggie Gourlay, Lisa Noble, Michele Monetelbano, and Khánh H. Lê’
Works by Matt Hollis
Curated by Molly Ruppert
July 8th- August 5th 2017
The Migration of Pestilence
January 14th- February18th 2017
A collaborative art project including Ellyn Weiss, Sondra Arkin and Veronica Szalus
September 9th-October 7th
Queer Artists and Activists from Post-Yugoslavia
Curated by Alma Selimovic
Art, science, math, meta-physics, et. al., think tank generated work.
Explorations not considered previously or frequently. The brain’s elasticity can be stimulated by these observations.
March - April 2018
Scott Pennington is a Baltimore-based artist specializing in large-scale participatory installation and sculptural assemblage works. Drawing upon his background as a furniture and cabinet-maker, Pennington utilizes woodworking and construction techniques to create colorful, detailed works of art that engage varied audiences and invigorate public spaces. Pennington’s work suggests a tangible, yet illusory reality that examines labor, consumer culture, and the pursuit of simple pleasures, and the construction of nostalgic human connections both genuine and fictitious
Curated by Amy Lokoff
September 15th- October 13th
Featuring the works of
Ashley Ja’nae, Hard Stitched, Dafna Steinberg, and Matt Storm.
A Series of Drawings by Buenos Aires Artist
"Trials to Formulate a Utopia"
Work created by Roma Blanco at Otis Street Arts Project during a residency in January 2019.
The residency was a joint partnership between PANAL361, Rising Artist Network and Otis Street Arts Project.
Claudia Vess, Ellyn Weiss, Erwin Timmers, Gregg Hannan, Glenn Richardson, Jacqui Crocetta, Paul Hrusa, Scott Brooks, Wayson Jones and Yar Koporulin