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.
When registering for an event with a cost, you will be taken to a secure transaction page where you can choose the PayPal payment method, or standard Credit Card. Once your register you will receive an email confirmation about the event. Any questions on registration, please call us at 410-662-4363.
ART RIGHT NOW! – Artist Talk Series
June 29 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
One event on June 29, 2022 at 4:00 pm
Join Keswick Wise & 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! Artists To Be Determined. This is a Virtual only event.
Dates: Wednesdays Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Date: April 27
Date: June 29
If joining this class after the initial start date, please call 410-662-4363 to register.
Please call 410-662-4363 if you have any questions about the event, using online ticketing, or to register via phone. 9:00 am – 4:30 pm weekdays.
Our Artist for April 27th is Susan Tuberville.
Susan Tuberville is an interdisciplinary visual artist, educator, and facilitator of community-based projects. She is interested in co-creating experiences with others, finding joy in the process of making or transforming objects, spaces, and connections. Much of her work draws on themes of memory, and primarily features fibers and as well as ceramics, installation, and video.
Born and raised in the Memphis, Tennessee area, she completed her Bachelor of Fine Art at Birmingham-Southern College and began her career as a K-12 Art Educator. She later completed her MFA in Community Art at Maryland Institute College of Art. She lives in Baltimore City, where she enjoys teaching artmaking workshops and facilitating collaborative projects such as mosaics, murals, video storytelling, and more.