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Early Spring 2024


Marian April Glebes is a 41-year-old conceptual artist, preservation planner, wife, graduate student, gardener, and human. In 2015, she became the inaugural Artist-In-Residence at the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Patricia and Mark Joseph Center for Education, during which she mounted a yearlong exhibition and associated public programming. She received a 2015 Rubys Artist Award from the Robert
W. Deutsch Foundation and three Our Town Creative Placemaking Grants from the NEA (2011, 2016, 2019) for her collaborative work in the public realm. Glebes’s work has been included in various solo and group exhibitions in Baltimore and beyond. She curates exhibitions and temporal public art installa- tions, happenings, conversations, and lecture series. Having received her BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in 2004 and my MFA from University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) in 2009, she has made a home in Baltimore and in Philadelphia, and currently supports artist-run spaces as a consultant and works on the Cultural Landscapes team at Quinn Evans while pursuing dual master’s degrees in City and Regional Planning and Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania’s Weitzman School of Design. When not a student herself, she teaches as Part-Time Faculty at MICA in the General Fine Arts Department which she joined in 2012.


Baltimore, MD

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