April 14, 2011 “Salvage and Regeneration” Baltimore Magazine by John Lewis
Tonight, Second Chance—a nonprofit with the worthy goal of “retraining and creating employment for displaced and unemployed workers in deconstruction methods” and “reclaiming building materials to reduce demolition debris overloading landfills”—kicks off Baltimore Green Week with an art exhibition. Curated by Jason Meyer, Regeneration will explore the notion of sustainability through sculpture, painting, photography, video, and more. Fifteen artists will present work, refreshments will be served, and trees will be given away. And it’s free. The event runs from 5:30 to 10 pm at Second Chance, which is located at 1400 Warner Street, near M&T Bank Stadium.