Arts and Entertainment
Published: September 22, 2010
421 N. Howard St., currentspace.com
When the cooperatively run Current Gallery had to vacate its original location at 30 S. Calvert St. last fall, Baltimore visual arts lost one of its more irreverent and impish arts experiences. The Current was less a gallery than a place for young artists and emerging curators to unleash their perhaps wild ideas and see what worked and what failed. Fortunately, the collective secured a new space this summer at Howard and Franklin streets that’s large enough for the group to mount its imaginative mixed-media shows, and includes enough extra space to continue making studios available. And we can’t wait to see what the gang gets up to with the new building.