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3 one-week sessions this July 8-25

This July, AVAM hosts another truly visionary experience for students, with 3 one-week sessions of hands-on arts programs at the national museum for intuitive, self-taught artistry! Students will learn about visionary art as they explore new & unusual materials, create their own unique art projects, and experience a special week-long Visiting Artist workshop. SIGN UP TODAY! Contact amy@avam.org or call 410-244-1900 x232 to register.

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Welcome to AVAM's press section where you can find general information about the American Visionary Art Museum, as well as press releases for our current and upcoming exhibitions and special programs, Media Kits that you can download, and more!

For additional information or questions, or if you would like to setup a time to visit the museum, please contact Nick Prevas: nick@avam.org, or 410-244-1900 x241.
 

PRESS IMAGES:

AVAM's PRESS IMAGES: High-resolution photos available for download for all print & online publications (Password Required - if you would like to request access to AVAM's Press Images, please email nick@avam.org).

 

PRESS MATERIALS:

Current Exhibition:
Human, Soul & Machine: The Coming SINGULARITY!

October 5, 2013 – August 31, 2014. The American Visionary Art Museum's 19th original thematic exhibition is a timely and playful examination of the serious impact of technology on our lives, as seen through the eyes of 40+ visionary artists, cutting edge futurists, and inventors. Pleasing to an audience of Nobel Prize winners and schoolchildren alike, this show asks, "Two billion personal computers later, post DNA-sequencing, are we on the road to becoming a better, healthier, happier, less warlike, human race?" MORE INFO>>

Downloads (PDF):

  1. HSM: The Coming Singularity! MEDIA KIT: 10/02/13
  2. HSM: The Coming Singularity! ARTIST BIOS: 10/02/13
  3. HSM: The Coming Singularity! Artists Announced - PRESS RELEASE: 09/05/13
  4. HSM: The Coming Singularity! PRESS RELEASE: 8/1/13 (updated)

 

Current Exhibition:
Donald Pass: The Hope We Seek

February 28, 2014 – February 22, 2015. American Visionary Art Museum's celebration of the late British visionary artist's ethereal spirit paintings, inspired by his own life-changing glimpse into the afterworld. Donald Pass (1930–2010) was a well-known painter of lyrical abstract landscapes until the late 1960s when he experienced a series of spiritual visions of the Resurrection that radically and forever changed his view of reality, and subsequently, his artwork. MORE INFO>>

Downloads (PDF):

  1. Donald Pass: The Hope We Seek - Press Release: 2/17/14 (UPDATED)

 

OTHER PRESS RELEASES:

    2013:

  1. AVAM Honors Ray Kurzweil & Jack Andraka at 2014 Gala - 12/11/13
  2. Kindness Works: Howard County Outreach - 3/25/13
  3. "A Very Visionary Star-Spangled Sidewalk" - 2/22/13
  4. Army of Poets Campagin - 1/2/13
  5. 2012:

  6. AVAM's Institute for Visionary Explorers at Enoch Pratt PRESS RELEASE: 2/10/12
  7. 2011:

  8. AVAM's 2012 State of Our Earth Eco Conference PRESS RELEASE: 12/20/11

 

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ABOUT AVAM

THE AMERICAN VISIONARY ART MUSEUM (AVAM) is America's official national museum and education center for self-taught, intuitive artistry. Since its opening in 1995, the museum has sought to promote the recognition of intuitive, self-reliant, creative contribution as both an important historic and essential living piece of treasured human legacy. The one-of-a-kind American Visionary Art Museum is located on a 1.1 acre wonderland campus at 800 Key Highway, Baltimore Inner Harbor. Three renovated historic industrial buildings house wonders created by farmers, housewives, mechanics, retired folk, the disabled, the homeless, as well as the occasional neurosurgeon—all inspired by the fire within. From carved roots to embroidered rags, tattoos to toothpicks, the visionary transforms dreams, loss, hopes, and ideals into powerful works of art.

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