Making a good impression

MARYLAND SCENE

October 17, 1999|By Sloane Brown

Talk about an impressive reception! Some of the Baltimore Museum of Art's biggest supporters gathered at the museum for cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and a preview of the BMA's newest exhibition, "Faces of Impressionism: Portraits From American Collections." A dinner, honoring Gov. and Mrs. Parris Glendening, followed, in the museum's Fox Court.

Among the faces making an impression in this crowd of 98: Doreen Bolger, BMA director; Sona Johnston, exhibition curator; Tony Deering, BMA board chair; Abe Rosenthal, Stiles Colwell and Ed Tabor, board members; Mayo Shattuck, Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown co-chair and co-CEO; Mike Lewin, Maryland's secretary of business and economic development; Clair Zamoiski Segal, director of the Baltimore Mayor's Advisory Committee on Art and Culture; Harvey M. "Bud" Meyerhoff, Baltimore philanthropist; and Ronnie Buerger, Jewish Times publisher.

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