Posted on Saturday February 11, 2006 by Steven Fischer
Yesterday the Freedom Dance art show officially closed at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore. We sold quite a few pieces of original Freedom Dance drawings.
Many thanks to curator Claudine Davison and Marketing Coordinator Robin Rose-Samuels for all their support and help with the exhibit, and to Howard Davidov and the gallery volunteers for their help setting up the show.
Also thanks for Beery Adams from Mayor Martin O’Malley’s Office; Bryan Dawson from the American Hungarian Federation; Karoly Dan from the Embassy of Hungary; and Essence Pierce from Advocates for Survivors of Torture & Trauma; Baltimore Magazine; Maryland Public Television; and Fox News for their generous support of the exhibit. And thanks go to all who attended the January 22 reception and to those who purchased artwork. Your appearance and support really meant a lot to us!
The show now moves to the Waddell Gallery in Sterling, Virginia. More news to follow…