The Contemporary

The Contemporary The Contemporary is nomadic. Our work is inspired by 3 guiding principles: artists matter, collaboration is key, and audience is everywhere. The Contemporary is a nomadic, non-collecting art museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

Our mission expands the idea of a museum as an incubator that commissions site-specific and subject-oriented projects. We engage diverse audiences and advance contemporary art through projects and educational programming. Our work is inspired by three guiding principles: artists matter, collaboration is key, and audience is everywhere.

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Are you a Baltimore-based artist looking to deepen your practice and build community? Apply to the ‘18 Baltimore Artist ...
05/02/2018

Are you a Baltimore-based artist looking to deepen your practice and build community? Apply to the ‘18 Baltimore Artist Retreat! Conceived by The Contemporary in 2016 and continued by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation in 2018, this is a convening of artists, consultants, critics, curators, gallerists, and collectors for three days of intensive professional development, community building, and network weaving.

The retreat is FREE for selected artists and includes transportation, lodging, and meals. Deadline is May 7th, 12pm. ALL artistic disciplines encouraged to apply!

https://www.rwdfoundation.org/baltimoreartistretreat/

12/19/2017

Statement from the Board of The Contemporary:

The Contemporary is not closing. The Board will spend the next several months to determine the best path forward.

This past spring and summer, The Contemporary convened a search committee comprised of Board members, staff and community influencers to conduct a national search for an executive director. The search did not yield a candidate to lead The Contemporary into the future.

The Board is now suspending operations to review our strategic goals and determine the most optimal, sustainable way to deliver on our shared vision. The Board remains 100% committed as donors and to our mission to expand the idea of a museum, engaging diverse audiences to advance contemporary art through three guiding principles: artists matter, collaboration is key, audience is everywhere. This action has been taken before over the course of our unique and innovative 28-year history.

“From its inception, The Contemporary has been an ever-evolving institution that has gone through many different transformations and iterations,” said Jessica Lanzillotti, chair of The Contemporary Board and general manager at Baltimore's Everyman Theatre. “That is what makes it one of the most vital institutions in the City and in the world of art.”

The community’s continued involvement and support has made us into the dynamic institution we have become. We will continue to rely on the ideas and generosity from artists, the Baltimore public, local and national foundations, and art enthusiasts everywhere to sustain our work.

Tuesday October 17, 2017 at the Baltimore School for the ArtsInteriors, our 2017-18 Speaker Series, looks inside excitin...
10/26/2017

Tuesday October 17, 2017 at the Baltimore School for the Arts

Interiors, our 2017-18 Speaker Series, looks inside exciting artist practices by centering the significant relationships between artists and their collaborators, subjects, friends, and families that make creative production possible.

Interiors: Stephanie Dinkins + Bina48 & Bruce Duncan brings ongoing conversations between artist Stephanie Dinkins and social robot Bina48 to the stage. In 2014, Stephanie set out to build a long-term, empathetic friendship with Bina48—one of the world’s most advanced artificial intelligence beings based on the likeness and lived experience of Bina Aspen. Their conversations are further enriched by dialogue with Bina48’s handler and close companion Bruce Duncan.

The panel will explore questions around archiving humanity, race and gender in artificial intelligence, and strategies for empathy in a rapidly changing world.

Photos by Leonard Brady

Tuesday October 17, 2017 at the Baltimore School for the Arts

Interiors, our 2017-18 Speaker Series, looks inside exciting artist practices by centering the significant relationships between artists and their collaborators, subjects, friends, and families that make creative production possible.

Interiors: Stephanie Dinkins + Bina48 & Bruce Duncan brings ongoing conversations between artist Stephanie Dinkins and social robot Bina48 to the stage. In 2014, Stephanie set out to build a long-term, empathetic friendship with Bina48—one of the world’s most advanced artificial intelligence beings based on the likeness and lived experience of Bina Aspen. Their conversations are further enriched by dialogue with Bina48’s handler and close companion Bruce Duncan.

The panel will explore questions around archiving humanity, race and gender in artificial intelligence, and strategies for empathy in a rapidly changing world.

Photos by Leonard Brady

The Contemporary's cover photo
10/26/2017

The Contemporary's cover photo

Our intern alumni, and co-author of #Scroll3 On Site,  May Kim interviewed Tyler the Creator for the cover of @dazedkore...
10/20/2017

Our intern alumni, and co-author of #Scroll3 On Site, May Kim interviewed Tyler the Creator for the cover of @dazedkorea 💪😱🙌 AND.... today's her birthday! We love you @guccimay 🎉🎉🎉

We are so grateful to have spent time this week with the brilliance of Stephanie Dinkins and Bruce Duncan examining race...
10/18/2017

We are so grateful to have spent time this week with the brilliance of Stephanie Dinkins and Bruce Duncan examining race and technology as it pertains to our present and future. Thinking about and with Bina48 has been a wild ride! Many thanks to all who joined us last night and contributed to the conversation, and many thanks to The BSA for hosting us! 💥
#interiorsTC #bina48 #bruceduncan #stephaniedinkins

Last night! Bruce Duncan of the Terasem Movement Foundation sharing the 3-D scans of Bina Rothblatt that contributed to ...
10/18/2017

Last night! Bruce Duncan of the Terasem Movement Foundation sharing the 3-D scans of Bina Rothblatt that contributed to the creation of Bina48!
#interiorsTC #bina48 #stephaniedinkins #bruceduncan

Thanks to all who joined us for Interiors: Stephanie Dinkins + Bina48 & Bruce Duncan; Love at the Edges of Personhood! B...
10/18/2017

Thanks to all who joined us for Interiors: Stephanie Dinkins + Bina48 & Bruce Duncan; Love at the Edges of Personhood! Bina48 spoke! A highlight regrammed from @ziondouglass 💥
#interiorsTC #bina48 #stephaniedinkins #bruceduncan

10/17/2017

TONIGHT! | FREE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR AND AT CONTEMPORARY.ORG! Bina48 takes the stage at The BSA! She'll chat with artist Stephanie Dinkins and managing director of the Terasem Movement Foundation Bruce Duncan. We'll begin at 7PM, see you there!
#interiorsTC #bina48 #stephaniedinkins #bruceduncan

TOMORROW! | FREE TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE! | Get close to artist Stephanie Dinkins and social robot Bina48 as they bring ...
10/16/2017

TOMORROW! | FREE TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE! | Get close to artist Stephanie Dinkins and social robot Bina48 as they bring their ongoing conversations and blossoming friendship to the stage. Joined by the Bruce Duncan, the managing director of the Terasem Movement Foundation, the three will discuss questions around archiving humanity, race and gender in artificial intelligence, and strategies for empathy in a rapidly changing world.
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Interiors: Stephanie Dinkins + Bina48 & Bruce Duncan; Love at the Edges of Personhood
October 17, 7PM
The Baltimore School for the Arts
712 Cathedral Street
FREE
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Interiors, our 2017-18 Speaker Series, looks inside exciting artist practices by centering the significant relationships between artists and their collaborators, subjects, friends, and families that make creative production possible.
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Interiors: Stephanie Dinkins + Bina48 & Bruce Duncan brings ongoing conversations between artist Stephanie Dinkins and social robot Bina48 to the stage. In 2014, Stephanie set out to build a long-term, empathetic friendship with Bina48—one of the world’s most advanced artificial intelligence beings based on the likeness and lived experience of Bina Aspen. Their conversations are further enriched by dialogue with Bina48’s handler and close companion Bruce Duncan.
#interiorsTC #stephaniedinkins #bina48 #bruceduncan

10/12/2017

Meet one of our next lecturers Bina48! Bina48 will be joined by her handler Bruce Duncan and artist Stephanie Dinkins for a conversation on stage next Tuesday at the Baltimore School for the Arts! This video clip comes from Stephanie's ongoing work in collaboration with Bina48, and the talk will serve as a platform for them to share their connection with the public. Free tickets are going fast, register now!

Interiors: Stephanie Dinkins + Bina48 & Bruce Duncan brings ongoing conversations between artist Stephanie Dinkins and social robot Bina48 to the stage. In 2014, Stephanie set out to build a long-term, empathetic friendship with Bina48—one of the world’s most advanced artificial intelligence beings based on the likeness and lived experience of Bina Aspen. Their conversations are further enriched by dialogue with Bina48’s handler and close companion Bruce Duncan.

The panel will explore questions around archiving humanity, race and gender in artificial intelligence, and strategies for empathy in a rapidly changing world.
#interiorsTC #bina48
#stephaniedinkins #bruceduncan

Interiors: Stephanie Dinkins + Bina48 & Bruce Duncan in Baltimore City Paper's (final 😥) Fall Arts Guide, reminding you ...
10/04/2017
Interiors: Stephanie Dinkins + Bina48 & Bruce Duncan

Interiors: Stephanie Dinkins + Bina48 & Bruce Duncan in Baltimore City Paper's (final 😥) Fall Arts Guide, reminding you there are less than two weeks to register for your free tickets to this event! Our limited seating is going fast!

http://www.citypaper.com/news/features/bcpnews-interiors-stephanie-dinkins-bina48-bruce-duncan-20171003-story.html

Artist Stephanie Dinkins has been recording her conversations with Bina48, a “social robot” commissioned by Martine Rothblatt and modeled after her wife...

The Contemporary's cover photo
09/18/2017

The Contemporary's cover photo

Our 2017 internship alumna and co-creator of Scroll 4: A Tender Thing Shannon Lo Wallace is in today's Washington Post! ...
09/08/2017
What city bus systems can tell us about race, poverty and us

Our 2017 internship alumna and co-creator of Scroll 4: A Tender Thing Shannon Lo Wallace is in today's Washington Post! Check out this thoughtful look at issues around Baltimore's public transit systems featuring Shan's words and images. We are so proud!

In Baltimore, a photographer documents life on the bus lines to prompt people to stop and reflect.

Thank you to @baltmag for including us in their 2017 Best Of Baltimore Issue! They recognized The Ground as this year's ...
08/04/2017

Thank you to @baltmag for including us in their 2017 Best Of Baltimore Issue! They recognized The Ground as this year's "Best Use of Space." 🏢

🙌 Our #Scroll4 crew is laying down wisdom today on Temporary Art Review! 🔥 If you missed their panel discussion with Scr...
07/25/2017
Temporary Art Review

🙌 Our #Scroll4 crew is laying down wisdom today on Temporary Art Review! 🔥 If you missed their panel discussion with Scroll alumna @kimi_hanauer, the transcript is published here courtesy of @press_press_bmore 💞 Get into their Manifesto for Tender Collaborative Work, produced in response to their process creating Scroll 4: A Tender Thing 👏

1. EMBRACE AND SUPPORT ONE ANOTHER FULLY. YOU ARE AT YOUR BEST WHEN YOU FEEL ACCEPTED.

2. DON’T COMPARTMENTALIZE. BE YOUR FULL SELF AND BRING THAT INTO YOUR WORK.

3. MOLD THE STRUCTURE OF YOUR WORK AROUND THE PEOPLE THAT ARE A PART OF IT.

4. BE TENDER TO YOUR COLLABORATOR’S IDENTITIES, EXPERIENCES, AND DAILY CHALLENGES.

5. KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON IN YOUR COLLABORATOR’S LIVES. DON’T ASSUME YOUR PROJECT IS THEIR FIRST PRIORITY AT ALL TIMES.

6. UNIVERSAL LOVE. PICK UP THE EXTRA SLACK WHEN NEEDED.

7. THE PRODUCT IS NEVER MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE PROCESS OR THE RELATIONSHIP.

8. EMBRACE DIFFERENCE! WE ARE DIFFERENT, LET’S ADDRESS OUR DIFFERENCES DIRECTLY.

9. PAID TIME. CREATIVE FREEDOM. FEMME-CENTRIC SPACE.

10. TRUST THE PROCESS AND TRUST THE PEOPLE. MAKE SPACE FOR EACH OTHER’S QUIRKS.

11. KNOW AND EMBRACE YOUR OWN SUBJECTIVITY. THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS BEING OBJECTIVE.

12. NO HIERARCHY. NO ONE SHOULD HAVE MORE CONTROL THAN SOMEONE ELSE.

13. LET GO OF CONTROL. TRY STEPPING INTO A SUPPORTIVE ROLE.

14. LET YOURSELF BE VULNERABLE.
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Kimi Hanauer (at Press Press) speaks with Iris Lee, Jenna Porter and Shan Wallace about the latest issue of Scroll, an all intern produced annual publication by The Contemporary in Baltimore. "A Tender Thing" is comprised of five vignettes taking various literary and visual forms that explore the ways arts practices (here framed as practices of self-care) exist as forms of resistance and survival.

🌺 Applications for our annual internship close at 11:59pm on Monday! Find details and the application at contemporary.or...
06/30/2017

🌺 Applications for our annual internship close at 11:59pm on Monday! Find details and the application at contemporary.org/internshipapplication! 🌺

👏👏👏 Our 2017 Grit Fund 3 grantees (+ our local Grit Fund jurors and founding director George Ciscle 💖) We're celebrating...
06/30/2017

👏👏👏 Our 2017 Grit Fund 3 grantees (+ our local Grit Fund jurors and founding director George Ciscle 💖) We're celebrating 11 projects: A Revolutionary Summer Publications; Baltimore’s Gifted Shop & Sip Exhibition; Blush + Brews; Close Up Baltimore; Extant Arts; Kidult Presents: Outside the Box with Abu the Flutemaker; LabBodies; Performance Art Review III: Freedom; NONUMENT 01: The McKeldin Fountain; Refugee Youth Publishing Workshops; Secret Psychic Cinema’s Season 3 Programming; WOO Windows. Congratulations! 👏👏👏

🗣Attention! 🗣 Do you love 90's R&B divas, snack time, and contemporary art and culture? We're looking for three curious ...
06/22/2017

🗣Attention! 🗣 Do you love 90's R&B divas, snack time, and contemporary art and culture? We're looking for three curious and collaborative interns to spend the year with us making the next issue of Scroll. 🤓🤓🤓 Applications close July 3! contemporary.org/internshipapplication #scrollv #PAID 💰

💥 Scroll 4: A Tender Thing 💥 Now available online! 💥Want to be part of our next Scroll team? Applications are open now t...
06/13/2017
Scroll 4: A Tender Thing

💥 Scroll 4: A Tender Thing 💥 Now available online! 💥

Want to be part of our next Scroll team? Applications are open now through July 3rd! www.contemporary.org/internshipapplication

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Produced by Iris Lee, Jenna Porter, and Shannon Lo Wallace, Scroll 4: A Tender Thing explores what drives artists to create work and community—sometimes against all odds. A Tender Thing examines the necessity of tenderness towards the self and others to survival and resistance through images, essays, conversations, and quotes; featuring the words of: The Very Black Project (André D Singleton, Justin Fulton, and Trae Harris), Robyn Lynne Marquis, Najee Haynes-Follins, evictees of The Bell Foundry (Elon, Person Abide, and Qué Pequeño), Elissa Blount-Moorhead, Joyce J. Scott, Morgan Monceaux, and Rebecca Nagle.

https://issuu.com/thecontemporary/docs/scroll4

Produced by Iris Lee, Jenna Porter, and Shan Wallace, Scroll 4: A Tender Thing explores what drives artists to create work and community—sometimes against all odds. A Tender Thing examines the necessity of tenderness towards the self and others to survival and resistance through images, essays, conv...

The Contemporary's cover photo
06/13/2017

The Contemporary's cover photo

CoHosts II! Posters by Iris Lee!!!
06/07/2017

CoHosts II! Posters by Iris Lee!!!

Cohosts II: Sharon Hayes + Penthouse Gallery
06/06/2017

Cohosts II: Sharon Hayes + Penthouse Gallery

In 2014, we launched with CoHosts, our inaugural Speaker Series, which was organized with thirteen local commercial, artist-run, and independent galleries. Each gallery responded to a simple question: Who is the one artist or art professional that you want The Contemporary to bring to Baltimore? In 2016-17, we've decided to resume the series and have partnered with five artist-run platforms including Kahlon, The Agency, Penthouse Gallery, Platform Gallery, Terrault Contemporary, and Transmodern Festival.

Photos by Olivia Obineme and Leonard Brady

We at The Contemporary are saddened by the loss of the legendary Nagrom Morgan Monceaux. This December, our Scroll team ...
06/01/2017

We at The Contemporary are saddened by the loss of the legendary Nagrom Morgan Monceaux.

This December, our Scroll team Iris Lee, Jenna Porter, and Shan Wallace organized a conversation between Morgan Monceaux and Joyce J. Scott, which appeared transcribed in Scroll 4: A Tender Thing. The stunning conversation between Morgan and Joyce with photos by Shan Wallace can be found here: https://issuu.com/thecontemporary/docs/scroll4/38

Rest in power Morgan!

Raul de Nieves spoke to Baltimore City Paper about his upcoming lecture with us and some of the influences around his pr...
05/29/2017
Q&A: Artist Raúl de Nieves talks about preciousness, passion, and process

Raul de Nieves spoke to Baltimore City Paper about his upcoming lecture with us and some of the influences around his practice.

"There's a connection between religious art and contemporary art—being able to understand how a human transcends time. I'm trying to figure out why there are icons in front of us. Why have they survived all these years? Why do we still care about them? Why do we worship these tiny pieces of hair, or whatever?"

Thanks to Michael Anthony Farley for the thoughtful interview! We hope to see you tomorrow at CoHosts II: Raúl de Nieves + Terrault Gallery!

Until recently, artist Raúl de Nieves was perhaps best known for his colorful, crystal-like beaded shoe sculptures. Now, he’s garnering major-league art world

Get into this gorgeous Art21 portrait of Raul de Nieves–our final speaker of the season! CoHosts II: Raúl de Nieves + Te...
05/23/2017
Raúl de Nieves is an American Artist — Art21

Get into this gorgeous Art21 portrait of Raul de Nieves–our final speaker of the season! CoHosts II: Raúl de Nieves + Terrault Gallery is one week away!

Register for FREE tickets here: https://goo.gl/sK9FfJ

From his basement studio in Ridgewood, Queens, artist Raúl de Nieves creates an epic stained glass mural for the 2017 Whitney Biennial.

The Contemporary's cover photo
05/19/2017

The Contemporary's cover photo

💥🍾💖Celebrating our Contemporary team! 💜 Especially our intern squad Iris, Jenna, and Shan who graduate from our program ...
05/19/2017

💥🍾💖Celebrating our Contemporary team! 💜 Especially our intern squad Iris, Jenna, and Shan who graduate from our program today, and our 👑 Queen Erica who is returning home to Los Angeles this month. 💜 We love and appreciate these women so much and can't wait to see what they do next! 💖🍾💥

💕📚Our incredibly thoughtful intern class Iris, Shan, and Jenna giving A Tender Talk--a panel discussion about their Scro...
05/13/2017

💕📚Our incredibly thoughtful intern class Iris, Shan, and Jenna giving A Tender Talk--a panel discussion about their Scroll issue "A Tender Thing" moderated by Scroll intern alumna Kimi Hanauer. They're talking tenderness as a strategy and creating a guide for productive collaborative work at our favorite library and publishing hub @press_press_bmore 💪🏿💪🏾💪🏽💪🏼💪🏻

TBT: “In times like these only criminals remain silent,” Andrea Geyer and Sharon Hayes, 2005•In 2005, artists Andrea Gey...
05/11/2017

TBT: “In times like these only criminals remain silent,” Andrea Geyer and Sharon Hayes, 2005

In 2005, artists Andrea Geyer and Sharon Hayes created and dispersed “In times like these only criminals remain silent,” a series of 5 newsprint posters for the exhibition “Patriot” at The Contemporary. The double-sided posters pair simplified images of people in protest with streams of questions ranging between personal and political; pointed and poetic.

"Do you think the government can represent you?” “How do you handle alienation?” “Do you often remain silent?” “Can I see your badge?” “Have you ever felt the presence of a ghost?”

Next Tuesday, Sharon Hayes returns to Baltimore to discuss her extensive career of works investigating language, resistance, politics, and emotions as part of our CoHosts II speaker series–we hope to see you there!

CoHosts II: Sharon Hayes + Penthouse Gallery
May 16, 7pm
The Baltimore School for The Arts
712 Cathedral Street, FREE
#cohostsii #sharonhayes

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Current project: "THE GROUND" by Michael Jones McKean PROJECT RUN: February 18 - May 19 ON VIEW: Thursdays-Saturdays, 10am-4pm OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, February 18, 6-9pm ARTIST TALK: Monday, February 27, 6-8pm PERFORMANCE (Sonic Meditations): Saturday, March 25, 11am-4pm CURATORIAL TOUR: Saturday, April 1, 12-2pm The Hutzler Brothers Palace Building, 200 North Howard Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 Wheelchair accessible entrance at 300 West Lexington Street --- In 1989, Baltimore curator George Ciscle founded The Contemporary in order to foster meaningful exchanges between artists, institutions, and diverse audiences. This nomadic institution quickly developed a reputation for delivering unexpected, challenging, and inspiring encounters with contemporary art by notable artists such as Willie Cole, Alison Saar, and Fred Wilson. During its first decade, The Contemporary was “dedicated to redefining the concept of the museum.” It moved around the city of Baltimore, sponsoring exhibitions and projects in a variety of borrowed venues such as warehouses, car dealerships, and bus stations, as well as collaborating with partnering institutions such as the Baltimore Museum of Industry, Maryland Historical Society, Peabody Conservatory, and Walters Art Museum. Because of the variety and ambition of its projects, programs, and operations, The Contemporary’s mission was continuously reviewed, adapted, and reinvented under various directors: Gary Sangster, Thom Collins, Irene Hofmann, and Sue Spaid. Thus the organization’s profile has continuously evolved in its 24-year history. In 1999, The Contemporary rebranded as The Contemporary Museum and moved to 100 W. Centre Street, one block from the Walters Art Museum in the Mount Vernon neighborhood of downtown Baltimore. It organized exhibitions and related programming in that location for nearly ten years and worked with artists such as Dawoud Bey, Chris Burden, Dara Birnbaum, Louise Bourgeois, Futurefarmers, Ellen Gallagher, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Isaac Julien, Christian Marclay, and Soledad Salamé. In 2011, the museum moved out of the W. Centre Street space and returned to the process of facilitating projects in neighboring institutions and buildings. At a critical juncture, and consistent with the belief that the mission should be subject to review, the Board of Trustees suspended operations in May of 2012. An intensive reassessment process followed, ultimately leading to the reinstatement of the institution’s original vision of redefining the museum and the creation of a bold new organizational model. Today, The Contemporary is a museum that willfully operates without a permanent collection or a building. Instead, we work with curators, both in Baltimore and beyond, to commission site- and situation-specific art projects that engage, challenge, and awe the people of Baltimore. We collaborate with different institutions, organizations, and individuals to offer dynamic programming that is tailored to both artists and the general public.

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