2. 'Baltimore: Place to Place'

Project creators Katie Smallwood and Katie Shinsato are longtime city residents, but they wanted to look at Baltimore in different ways. For this new exhibit, the pair enlisted a few dozen photographers to pick a city place, but then that choice was swapped with another, forcing the artist to personally explore what the location meant to them ("Hacienda Mexican Restaurant on Belair Road", above, is by Sara Tomko). You may look at the city differently from now on. Opens Friday (7 p.m. reception), on view through early December. The Windup Space, 12 W. North Ave, Station North. Free. <a href="http://www.thewindupspace.com">thewindupspace.com</a>

( Sara Tomko )

Project creators Katie Smallwood and Katie Shinsato are longtime city residents, but they wanted to look at Baltimore in different ways. For this new exhibit, the pair enlisted a few dozen photographers to pick a city place, but then that choice was swapped with another, forcing the artist to personally explore what the location meant to them ("Hacienda Mexican Restaurant on Belair Road", above, is by Sara Tomko). You may look at the city differently from now on. Opens Friday (7 p.m. reception), on view through early December. The Windup Space, 12 W. North Ave, Station North. Free. thewindupspace.com

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