Galleries open late on first Thursdays

February 07, 1991

Twelve galleries and museums along the Charles Street corridor will offer free admission from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. during tonight's "First Thursday" event. Following are a list of the shows at these galleries, and several other attractions:

Cartuche, 511 N. Charles St., "On the Edge of Abstract Contemporary Art by Baltimore Artists."

Craig Flinner Gallery, 505 N. Charles St., "The Romance of Ruin -- Print, Drawings and Watercolors 1750-1900."

G. H. Dalsheimer Gallery, 336 N. Charles St., "Works by Bourgeois, Tureell and Winters."

Meredith Gallery of Contemporary Art, 805 N. Charles St., "Quality of Life: a Contemporary View of Residential Architecture by Baltimore Architects."

Steven Scott Gallery, 515 N. Charles St., "Contemporary Still Lifes: Ten Perspectives."

Tomlinson Craft Collection, 516 N. Charles St., "Paper, Paper, Paper!"

Baltimore Museum of Art, Art Museum Drive, "Grace Hartigan: the Complete Prints 1960-1988," "Aaron Sopher: Satirist of the American Condition" and "Rembrandt: the Museum's Collection."

Walters Art Gallery, 600 N. Charles St., "Islamic Art and Patronage: Selections From Kuwait."

Maryland Art Place, 218 W. Saratoga St., "Enigmatic Expressions" and "Street of Gold."

Maryland Institute, College of Art, 1300 Mount Royal Ave., "Critical Mass."

AIA and Partners Art & Framing, 11 1/2 W. Chase St., "Process: Art and Architectural Design" and "Patrick Nage."

Center Stage will offer half-price tickets to "Candida" to those who show up at the box office before 8 p.m.

The Baltimore Film Forum will give $1 off admission to the Baltimore premiere of the film "Chameleon Street" at the Baltimore Museum of Art at 8 p.m.

The Baltimore School for the Arts, 712 Cathedral St., will show its faculty exhibition from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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