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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BALTIMORE- Rod Malin, Director and Founder of Guest Spot, is pleased to announce that Guest Spot is moving to a new location at THE REINSTITUTE school for innovation and self accreditation for the Arts and Sciences. The REINSTITUTE, a new initiative directed by Mr. Malin, is in the heart of Baltimore’s Station North Arts and Entertainment District and will host Guest Spot’s next opening, Comfort Zone, curated by Lou Josheph on August 27th.
The REINSTITUTE will officially open its educational programing in Winter 2013. The program will seek to nurture existing arts communities and grant the opportunity for innovation-oriented individuals to self-accredit through individualist exchange.
The REINSTITUTE’s purpose is to address Artists and a like individualistic need for scholarly intervention, to challenge University’s practice of accreditation, conformity and critique of historic preserve. The school will challenge traditional infrastructure by merely acting as an institution that is integrated into the environment of its individual members, rather than creating a communal vacuum of learning that creates infrastructual upset. This would be achieved by keeping admittance to few and working/collaborating with in their existing practice while running programs, lectures, workshops and exhibitions with participation included by the active arts community.
GUEST SPOT will be celebrating its final exhibition in Fells Point with the Closing of Landscape Remix, Saturday August 4th 2012. Please Join us to say good bye to 1826 Fleet Street from 1pm-4pm. Food and Drink will be provided.