First Thursdays

January 02, 1992

The first First Thursdays event of 1992 will be held this evening with galleries, shops and other institutions along the Charles Street corridor offering free or discounted admission from 5 to 7:30. Participating galleries are:

*Artshowcase. 336 N. Charles St. Baltimore Watercolor Society

*Gallery 409 Eubie Blake Cultural Center. 409 N. Charles St. Paintings by Sidney Schenck

*Keystone Gallery. 8 E. Franklin St. Mixed media, interiors and still lifes.

*Craig Flinner Gallery. 505 N. Charles St. "French Posters."

*Lois Hodes Gallery. 511 N. Charles St. "Holiday Spirit": oils by Deborah Souders, embellished quilts by Paulette Warwick, animal portrayals in oils by Roberta Leimduler, sculpture by Nanette Clapman Blinchikoff, stained glass by Peg Silloway.

*Tomlinson Craft Collection. 516 N. Charles St. mixed-media sculptor: Rima Schulkind; featured jeweler: Jill Beninato

*AIA Baltimore. 11 W. Chase St. Black Women Architects

Other events include:

*Open house at the Mount Vernon Museum of Incandescent Lighting, 717 Washington Place.

*Baltimore Film Forum screening (8 p.m.) of "A Man Escaped." $1 discount for First Thursdays participants (patrons must show the Downtown Partnership's newsletter, at the BFF box office). The BFF is located at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

For more information or a copy of Street Sheet, call Downtown Partnership at (410) 244-1030.

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