Exhibitions

The Sustenance and Sustainability Project seeks to advance three of the ten questions produced by students and faculty from the collective workshopping process run by the Kibel Gallery team that resulted in the exhibition, "MAPP@50: Possible Futures; Concrete Pasts" in 2018 for the 50th anniversary of the Maryland School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation (MAPP).
What can I do to ensure a sustainable future knowing the earth is finite?
When will we elevate social equity & environmental justice?
What if I allow my playfulness, passion and curiosity to lead?

Apr 12, 2018 to Dec 31, 2019
Architecture Building Great Space

This exhibition celebrates MAPP's first 50 years and looks towards the next 50 by showcasing the depth and breadth of our collective community through the stories and work of individual alums and faculty and the questions and aspirations of our current students, faculty and staff.

Mar 30, 2017 to Apr 23, 2017
Architecture Bridge

          Over the last half century, the Austrian State of Vorarlberg has developed an international reputation for its radical yet sensitive and considered approach to architecture, design and building. A combination of innovative architects and clients, liberal building and planning regulations, an aspiring regional government, and an open-minded public has paved the way for a built environm

Feb 20, 2017 to May 31, 2017
Great Space

Artist Statement--I seek to create the image that captures both the sense that life is happening just beyond the edges of the frame, as well as tells a story within the frame. Early on, I simply photographed what appeared in the square format of the phone camera. My architecturally trained eye analyzed objects in terms of symmetry and balance and texture and light for a pleasing composition.

Mar 21, 2016 to May 10, 2016
Great Space Mezzanine

reVISION::Thinking Big focuses on five phased, mixed-use projects currently in design, in the final stages of development review, or under construction: The Yards, The Wharf, Burnham Place at Union Station, Capitol Crossing, and McMillan.

Feb 1, 2016 to May 30, 2016
Kibel Gallery

Researched and created by the Women in Architecture Committee of AIA Baltimore, this exhibition celebrates the women who contributed to Maryland architecture from the 1920’s to the 1960’s.

 

Kibel Gallery Panel Discussion

Women Architects' Contributions to Mid-Century Modernism in Maryland