Baltimore Museum of Art Features the Work of Seth Adelsberger
The Front Room Exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art currently features the work of Seth Adelsberger. He was born in Emmitsburg, and he received a degree in Fine Arts from Towson University. A co-founder of the Nudashank Gallery, he has exhibited the work of many emerging artists, and now, nearly a dozen of his own works are featured in the BMA’s Contemporary Wing, in a show curated by the BMA’s Curator of Contemporary Art, Kristen Hileman. Seth Adelsberger joins Tom Hall in the studio.
The exhibit is free to the public and will be open until November 2nd. Visit the BMA website for more details.