Funds are artfully raised

MARYLAND SCENE

May 30, 1999|By Sloane Brown

There was triple-decker talent at Maryland Art Place's "Out of Order" party. All three floors of the West Saratoga Street art center were jam-packed with art and the artsy. More than 300 art lovers made the scene, groovin' to the tunes of Baltimore bands Love Riot and the Swingin' Swamis; marveling at the marionettes of Black Cherry Puppet Theater; and bidding on some 200 creations by local artists.

Among the partygoers were MAP executive director Jack Rasmussen; assistant director Julie Cavnor; party co-chairs Abby Lattes and Chris Hartlove; committee members Dean Alexander and Max Glanville; MAP board president Suzi Cordish; participating artists Paul Moscatt, Lois Borgenicht and Marian Savige; Tamara Nelson, MIX 106 radio news director; Philip Klein, senior partner at Klein Enterprises; and Mary Jo Gordon, owner of Galerie Francoise.

The $20,000 raised will help support MAP's programs for Maryland art and artists.

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