Internationally Renowned Lighting Design Studio
Flux Studio is an award-winning, transdisciplinary practice fueled by a passion for light and a commitment to advancing understanding of light’s critical role in society. Their experience in architectural, furniture, exhibition, and sustainable design makes Flux Studio a valuable team member on a variety of collaborative projects. Current Flux Studio projects include National Museum of Women in the Arts (USA), Asian Art Museum, National Gallery of Art (USA), Houston Zoo and multiple light art commissions.
Architecture Design Studio
PI.KL Studio is a full service architecture design studio in Baltimore that pursues integrated design strategies for the urban environment. They engage in all stages of projects, from development through design and construction, and seek to involve a wide spectrum of constituents and design possibilities. Their work involves commercial, residential and cultural projects to promote a healthy, vibrant, and inclusive environment.
Bruce Willen is a multidisciplinary designer, artist, and the founder of Public Mechanics, a studio working in public and cultural spaces. Bruce collaborates on projects that jaywalk through the intersection of experiential design, public art, and civic design. Bruce is also founding partner of acclaimed design studio Post Typography where he has led high-profile projects that have shaped the visual language of Baltimore and beyond.
Interim Director of Rinehart School of Sculpture MFA at MICA
Jann Rosen-Queralt is motivated to create places that encourage human interaction. She has completed dozens of public art commissions nationally and internationally, based on in-depth community engagement. She has participated on several design and art master planning teams including the Brightwater Wastewater Treatment Facility in Washington State, Columbia Heights Neighborhood Revitalization and Streetscape Plan in Washington, DC, and the Gwynns Falls Greenway Trail in Baltimore.
Award Winning Baltimore-based Visual Artist
Trained as a painter, Towns recently developed a self-taught quilting practice. He draws inspiration from medieval altarpieces, 19th-century photography, Dutch wax print fabrics, and African American story quilts. His work was exhibited in the 2018 solo exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA), Stephen Towns: Rumination and a Reckoning, and is in the collections of the City of Charlestown and the BMA.