All listed programs are FREE and open to the public. Some programs require an RSVP.
Improvised Walk With Todd Shalom
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 3:30 P.M.
To open the exhibition on Sept. 7, Todd Shalom (founder of New York City-based participatory walks organization, Elastic City) will lead an improvised participatory walk of the greater Bolton Hill neighborhood surrounding Cardinal at 3:30pm. Todd will facilitate the creation of collective poetic responses to the unfolding landscape by incorporating techniques from poetry, movement, sound and photography. The 75 minute walk begins and ends at Cardinal, where there will be an opening reception from 5 to 8 p.m. This walk holds 12 people. If you’d like to attend the walk please RSVP to email@example.com.
Artist talks with Susie Brandt and Miguel Braceli
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2 P.M.
Susie Brandt will discuss her work, All The Walks (2010), included in the exhibition. Everyday that Brandt was in Baltimore in the year 2010 the artist took a walk and made a gps recording of her route. These traces of these walks were then translated into a textile map of the city. Miguel Braceli will discuss his work Irazú (2016), which occurred in a volcano in Costa Rica. Along with 70 participants, the artist created a public action that explored the construction of collective outdoor spaces.
artist walk with j$Fur
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2 P.M.
J$Fur will lead a participatory walk focusing on the sonic landscape in Baltimore using chance operations scoring. The 60 minute walk will begin at Cardinal’s gallery and meander through the Bolton Hill neighborhood. Drawing from the Situationist's concept of the dérive, which is a type of meandering walk,and guided by environmental, intuitive cues, rather than by traditional maps or other types of navigation, J$Fur's walk will focus specifically on sound as a guiding force. Audience participants will investigate their personal relationship to sounds in their immediate environment, and join together to create a collective reflection of each person's experience of psychogeographical exploration. Please wear comfortable shoes.
Artist Walk with Malcolm Peacock
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5
Malcolm Peacock will present a public walk that explores themes of codependency and dependency. Focusing on a range of lived experiences that took place in Baltimore between the years of 2016-2019, Peacock asks us to consider how our own personal histories and the ways that we regard them, impact the emotional and physical spaces that we occupy in the present. Time and route forthcoming.
Artist walk with ada pinkston
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2 P.M.
Ada Pinkston will offer a public walk, the Post-Colonial Historical Monuments Tour and guide participants on a tour of former confederate monuments in Baltimore, culminating in a workshop at the main branch of the Enoch Pratt Library. Please meet at the former confederate monument at the corner of Mosher St. and W. Mt. Royal Ave. The walk will last 60 minutes and the workshop another 60 minutes.
Artist walk with Graham Coreil-allen
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 7:00 PM
Graham Coreil-Allen will present the Arches & Access Evening Wander which will lead participants through Druid Hill Park and the surrounding community, with a focus on the history of the park, the challenging impacts of surrounding highways on local neighborhoods and engineering behind the ongoing reservoir construction. The walk is part of Coreil-Allen’s OSI-Baltimore Community Fellowship and in partnership with The Access Project for Druid Hill Park (TAP Druid Hill). Meet at Madison Avenue Gate 2600 Madison Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. Dress in warm clothes, bring a flashlight, wear comfortable shoes, and be prepared to walk or roll 1.5 miles.