Visual arts: 'Intersection'

The big fall show put on by the Maryland Institute College of Art’s curatorial students is always interesting. This one uses paintings, performance art and projections to examine the people, businesses, institutions and historic moments that have shaped 100 years at one of Baltimore’s most-traveled thoroughfares at Charles Street and North Avenue. Through Sept. 20 at the Sheila & Richard Riggs and Leidy galleries inside the Fred W. Lazarus IV Center, 131 W. North Ave. Free. mica.edu. — Mary Carole McCauley

Pictured: Ada Pinkston, '13 (Community Arts M.F.A.), "This Bridge Called My Back or the never-ending labor of creating space to move past the isms," painted fabric, broom, paper, charcoal, book, projection, and live performer, 2015.

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