The John A. Cade Center for Fine Arts Gallery features seven exhibits a year. The span of exhibiting artists is broad, yet each exhibit is tightly focused by theme or medium. You can encounter an installation project juried by a museum curator, or the latest painting by an AACC Student. Expect surprises and visual pleasures.
5:30 p.m., Nov. 28, 2018
5-7 p.m., Nov. 28, 2018
Amy Raehse from Goya Contemporary
Throughout history, artists have been agents of change, bearing witness to, interpreting and disclosing the human impact of our state of being. Whether political, physical, scientific, psychological, aesthetic or intellectual, the shapeshifting artist initiates conversation, placing artists at the forefront of change.
Patricia Autenrieth, Albert Chmelar, Blake Conroy, Nayda Cuevas, Jan Dickey, Brad Eilering, John Fansmith, Ghisiaine Fremaux, Mack Gingles, Brandy González, Vinnie Hager, Mia Halton, Dee Hood, Polina Isurin, Brooke Jana, Mrinal Joshi, Ryan Lewis, George Lorio, Jade Lowder, Cristin Millett, Michelle Nunes, Whitney Sage, Leah Schretenthaler, Tyler Scully, Theresa Sullivan, Kevin Wallace, Theresa Wilshusen, Andrew Yff
Amy Eva Raehse is executive director, partner and vice president at Goya Contemporary Gallery (established 1996) which represents emerging and midcareer artists in an international program focused on Post-War and Contemporary Art in both primary and secondary markets. She has curated over 100 exhibitions including shows of Joyce J. Scott, Fanny Sanin, Lynda Benglis, Christian Marclay, Ann Hamilton, Sergio Sister, Sanford Biggers, Louise Bourgeois, Yue Minjun, Sonya Clark, Sam Gilliam, Louise Fishman, Jo Smail, William Kentridge, Kyle Hackett, Timothy App, Soledad Salame, Liliana Porter, Ana Tiscornia, among many others. She has placed artworks in major public and private collections worldwide including MoMA, The MET, the Smithsonian(s), the BMA, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Chrysler Museum, Toledo Museum, National Museum of African American History and Culture, National Museum of American Art, Brooklyn Museum, Museum of Arts and Design, amid others. For more than 20 years, Raehse has also remained an independent curator, taught at a number of Colleges and Universities, and lectures on professional practices. A consultant and advisor to many organizations, Raehse is on the Board of Directors at The Creative Alliance of Baltimore, and the Programming Advisory at Maryland Art Place. She has juried myriad platforms including The Ruby’s, Academy Art Museum, and Light City, and has authored exhibition catalogue essays and articles in several publications. A member of the Association of Print Scholars and the International Fine Print Dealers Association, Raehse holds a MFA, BFA, and Certificate in Arts Management. A New Yorker by birth but a Baltimorean by choice, Raehse has worked in Museum, not-for-profit, commercial, and academic sectors of the arts. Most recently, Raehse co-produced the largest retrospective to date for MacArthur Fellow Joyce J. Scott (represented by Goya Contemporary) with Grounds For Sculpture in New Jersey, curated by Lowery Stokes-Sims and Patterson Sims. She has also worked with Katzen Museum to co-produce a 45-year survey of works by American Abstract Geometric painter Timothy App.