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Join representatives from the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance to learn about the FREE Baker Artist Portfolios and associated award program.
This 2-hour session will feature an overview of the Baker program and technical instructions on how to use the site.
2019 Literary Arts Baker Awardee Leslie Harrison will also provide tips, pointers and strategies she used in creating her own award-winning portfolio.
Interested in attending the Info Session? Please RSVP here: www.bakerartist.org/
ABOUT THE BAKER ARTIST PORTFOLIOS
The Baker Artist Portfolios were created to support artists and promote Greater Baltimore as a strong creative community. The online portfolios are open to artists working in all disciplines who live and work in Baltimore City and its five surrounding counties.
The free online portfolios expose area artists' work to regional, national and international audiences. The Baker Artist Awards provide significant monetary prizes to awardees, who are selected from artists with active Baker portfolios.
The portfolios and awards were established by the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund and are a program of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance.
Learn more about the Baker Artist Portfolios, or start yours today at www.bakerartist.org
LESLIE HARRISON BIO
Leslie Harrison (2019 Baker Awardee, Literary Arts) is the author of The Book of Endings (University of Akron Press, 2017), a finalist for the National Book Award, and Displacement (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009), which won the Bakeless Prize in poetry from the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. She was born in Germany and raised mostly in New Hampshire. She holds graduate degrees from The Johns Hopkins University and The University of California, Irvine. Poems have appeared in journals including Poetry, The New Republic, The Kenyon Review, FIELD, West Branch, Pleiades, Orion and elsewhere.
A former photojournalist, book designer and publishing manager, Harrison has held a scholarship and fellowship at The Sewanee Writers’ Conference and a fellowship at The Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference. In 2011 she was awarded a fellowship in literature from The National Endowment for the Arts. She was the 2010 Philip Roth resident in poetry at Bucknell University, and then a visiting assistant professor in poetry and creative nonfiction at Washington College. In the fall of 2012 she joined the full-time faculty at Towson University.
TIME & DATE
Monday, October 14, 2019 - 7:00pm