Welcome to our events calendar. Below you will find all upcoming Wise & Well events that are eligible for registration. Scroll through our events and click on “Register” to sign up. Most events are free, some have a small fee attached. Also, be sure to choose whether you will attend in-person, or virtually.
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ART RIGHT NOW! – Artist Talk Series
February 23 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Join Keswick Wise and Well once a month as we meet with local artists and hear them speak about their work. Facilitated by Artist in Residence Sara Kaltwasser, each hour-long artist talk will introduce a Baltimore or DMV artist to participants! Hear from and speak with an artist while you learn about their work! How cool is that? Learn about that painter whose work you’ve been eyeing in your favorite Baltimore Gallery. Get a sneak peek of something before it is installed. The possibilities of what we share are endless! This is a Virtual only event.
This month we feature Cinder Hypki.
Cinder Hypki is a community artist, educator and writer in Baltimore, Maryland. A childhood immersed in nature on a small family farm inspired her early career in environmental education, and influenced her perception of the world as complex and interconnected, urgent and sacred and intriguing. This perspective illuminates Cinder’s art, teaching, and mentoring; it informs her design of workshops, rituals and participatory collaborative experiences that open space for art-works and acts of creative expression that promote healing, celebration, reconciliation, communication and teamwork. These socially-engaged projects in the art of thriving target nonprofits, self-defined communities, groups and individuals of all ages in Baltimore and beyond.
Cinder earned Bachelor and Master’s of Science degrees in Environmental Education at the University of Wisconsin and University of Michigan, respectively. She taught and mentored students for nine years in MICA’s MA and MFA in Community Arts program. Recent projects include the [How] Are We Healing? initiative, mosaic workshops for Baltimore Ceasefire events, a neighborhood street tree adornment project, and a Wall of Gratitude at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center
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