Friday, March 9, 2012


We are pleased to announce that the location PLYWOOD existed in has been leased by a new tenant. As part of Roving Project PLYWOOD was intended to only occupy the empty store front until another proposal was written and leased to activate a once unused space. We couldn't be happier that a new business and new jobs will be in the neighborhood.

Thank You to everyone that supported PLYWOOD we enjoyed your company and are looking forward to seeing you in the future!

Roving Project is still moving forward planning and looking for potential spaces to activate. We are also working to create a open source platform for young curators to access and share countless hours of information we and others have learned along the way, to create successful spaces for projects. Please contact us if you have any ideas or assistance setting up your own Roving Project site, as always we would love to hear your input and ideas- and help whenever possible.

Monday, February 13, 2012


February 24th, 8pm (sharp)

The imminent death of celluloid film has been signaled by events including, most notably, the just-announced bankruptcy of Kodak. At this dark moment for cinephiles, we would like to celebrate the perhaps moribund era of celluloid motion pictures with a screening of experimental filmmaking devoted exclusively to work originating on Super 8mm and 16mm film.

Participating artists include:

Rebecca Reynolds (Baltimore, MD) Osheen Keshishian (Alexandria, VA)
Stephanie Gray (Queens, NY)
A. Moon (Baltimore, MD)

Film Program, Part 1:

Portraits from Concrete, dir: Rebecca Reynolds
Screen Tests by Osheen Keshishian (2011).
Who Do You Think You Are? by Stephanie Gray (2000)
Dream of Me by A. Moon (2007)

Intermission Film Program, Part 2:

The Architecture of Desire
Concrete by Rebecca Reynolds (2007)
Only Lonely (for storm de hirsch) by Stephanie Gray (2001)
One Storey by A. Moon (2011)

Sight Specific

Come join us for a Sunday Brunch opening reception for the new exhibit at Plywood, Sight Specific. An exhibition of painting, Sight Specific looks at the work of Rachel Sitkin and Erin Treacy, examining how both artists generate a multiplicity of place by employing specific locations and/or perspectives in order to created a solitary image.

Opening Reception
Sunday, February 19, 2012

Special event hours (Film Screening- Free)
Friday, February 24, 2012

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Happy New Year!

Plywood is on holiday for the month of January. We are currently restructuring our programing for the 2012 season! We are always looking for work so please send us your submission as soon as possible so we can make something happen!

Portfolio Submissions:
We only accept and review digital portfolio submission packets in this format:

PDF file containing:
_ Artist Biography
_ Statement
_ CV/Resume
_ 10-15 images
_ Past Press Materials
_ Project Proposal


phone: 410.671.5792

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Baltimore, Maryland