2008-2010 – Master of Fine Arts, Photographic and Electronic Media, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
1998-2002 – Bachelor of Fine Arts, Photography, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
2011-Present - Imaging Services Technician, Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Md.
Responsible for the photography and digitization of collection items as well as
processing rights and reproductions requests for patrons.
2009-2011 – Assistant for the Department of Collections and Exhibitions, Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture. Baltimore, MD
Assisted with the documentation and cataloging of the Louis and Shirley G. Hecht Early American Jazz Collection.
AWARDS, RECOGNITION, PUBLICATIONS
2016 - Baltimore Block By Block: An Interview with Photographer James Singewald, by Larry J. Napolitano, Jr. Juxtapoz Magazine.
2016 - Finding a Sense of Place: A Pictorial Study of Baltimore Views. Maryland Historical Society News, Winter 2016. Photo credit.
2016 - Alexandra Deutsch. A Woman of Two Worlds: Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte. Photo credit. Maryland Historical Society.
2016 - Awesome Grant. The Awesome Foundation, Baltimore Chapter.
2016 - Contact Sheet: Bmore Block by Block, Baltimore City Paper, Volume 40, No. 8.
2015 - Contact Sheet: Baltimore Block by Block, Baltimore City Paper.
2014 - A City and its Artists, Lost and Found, by Fern Shen, Baltimore Brew.
2014 - True Grit: A View from the Streets of Baltimore. Curated by Jonathan Hanson. Edited by Brian P. Miller. Mercury Light Press.
2014 - Then and Now: The Mayfair Theatre on Fire. Underbelly, Maryland Historical Society Library Blog.
2014 - Cadillac Ranch Dressing, Film Photo : Issue One. Curated and produced by Josh Sinn.
2013 - Baltimore: A History, Block by Block, continued. A Kickstarter Campaign.
2013 - Baltimore, a History Block by Block: Q&A with James Singewald. Underbelly, Maryland Historical Society Library Blog.
2013 - MICA Graduate James Singewald Hopes to Fund Photographic History of Baltimore Via Kickstarter, by Lynn Warfield, CityBizList, Baltimore.
2013 - Baltimore Block by Block: Photos by James Singewald. Baltimore City Paper.
2013 - Baltimore: A History, Block by Block. A Portfolio of Photographs by James Singewald. Maryland Historical Magazine, Volume 108, No. 2, Summer 2013.
2013 - How a Carousel Ride Became Part of America’s Civil Rights History, by Lauren Ehrler, PBS.org, Photo Credit.
2013 - The March and the Merry-Go-Round, by Amy Nathan, The Washington Post, Photo Credit.
2013 - Beyond Ruin Porn: James Singewald attempts to document history through Baltimore's abandoned buildings, by Brandon Weigel, Baltimore City Paper.
2012 – Photographing Old Town, East Baltimore. Feature on The Baltimore Sun photography blog, The Darkroom.
2012 – Governor’s Citation, State of Maryland.
2012 - Individual Artist Award. Maryland State Arts Council.
2012 - A Click in Time, by Anissa Elmerraji, Urbanite Magazine.
2011 - Baltimore: A History, Block by Block. A Kickstarter Campaign.
2011 - Amy Nathan. Round & Round Together: Taking a Merry-Go-Round into the Civil Rights Movement. Photo Credit. Paul Dry Books.
2011 - BMRE, Biennial Maryland Redional Juried Art Exhibition, Exhibition Catalog. University of Maryland University College, Adelphia, MD.
2011 - Artscape 2011: James Singewald Photography. Fox 45 News Television Interview, Baltimore, MD.
2011 – Baltimore: Open City, Exhibition Development Seminar Catalog. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD.
2010 – James Singewald. Old Town, East Baltimore. Self-Published Book.
2010 – Certificate in the College Teaching of Art, Maryland Institute College of Art.
2008-2010 – Photography/Digital Scholarship, Maryland Institute College of Art.
2005 – BInformed Magazine The New Classic, Issue #6.
2004 – Amy Nathan. Count on Us, American Women in the Military. Photo Credit. National Geographic.
July-August 2017 - 2017 Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize Semifinalist Exhibition. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD.
December 2016 - Under $500 2016. Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD.
October-December 2016 - Baltimore Re-Collected: Architecture Past & Present. Full Circle, Baltimore, MD.
June 2016-June 2017 - What & Why? Collecting at the Maryland Historical Society. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD
March 2016-March 2017 - Mayfair Theatre: Then and Now. Outdoor installation, 500 block, North Howard Street, Baltimore, MD
February 2016-January 2017 - Then & Now: Baltimore in the Public Eye. Baltimore Museum of Industry, Baltimore, MD
December 2015 - Baltimore, Block by Block, Work in Progress. Pixilated Federal Hill, Baltimore, MD
June 2015 - Baltimore Uprising: Your Stories. Your Pictures. Your Stuff. Your History. Baltimore, MD
June 2015 - Baltimore Civil Protest & Demonstration Photograph Collection. Full Circle Photo, Baltimore, MD
May 2015 - Baltimore, Block by Block, Work in Progress. Hamilton Gallery, Baltimore, MD
November 2014 - FotoBazaar 2014, 51 N Street, NE, Washington, D.C.
November 2014 - Free State at the Peale, Carroll Mansion, Baltimore, MD
October 2014 – True Grit, Jordan Faye Contemporary, Baltimore, MD
August 2014 – An Emulsion’s View of Baltimore, Zella’s Pizzeria, Baltimore, MD
July-August 2014 - 5th Annual Photography Art Show. Gallery 788, Baltimore, MD
July 2014 - Artscape Artist's Market. Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore.
April-June 2014 - Sowebo Arts Member's Spring Exhibition. Adler Gallery, Baltimore, MD
November 2013 - Grab Bag: A Photo Show. The Beatnik, Baltimore, MD
October 2013 - Urban Blight and Beauty. Zella's Pizzeria, Baltimore, MD
July 2013 - Artscape Artist's Market. Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD
May-July 2013 - Sowebo Arts Member's Spring/Summer Exhibition. Adler Gallery, Baltimore, MD
February-March 2013 - SELECT 2013: Washington Project for the Arts Exhibition, Auction & Gala. Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.
January-March 2013 - Sowebo Arts Member's Winter Exhibition. Adler Gallery, Baltimore, MD
January 2013 - Sowebo Artists at New Beginnings. New Beginnings Barber Shop, Baltimore, MD
January 2013 - Smorgasbord, juried by Paddy Johnson. Gallery CA, Baltimore, MD
November 2012 - Winter Salon Show. Metro Gallery, Baltimore, MD
October 2012 – School 33 Open Studio Tour. 1325 West Fayette, Baltimore, MD
October 2012 – Open Studio Tour Salon Show. Hamilton Gallery, Baltimore, MD
October 2012 – Making It Alumni Exhibition. Dorrance Hamilton Hall, Philadelphia, PA
October 2012 – House Show. Urbanite@Case[werks], Baltimore, MD
July 2012 – Artscape Artist’s Market. Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD
March 2012 – Photography by James Singewald, Barber on 24th, Philadelphia, PA
March 2012 – Old Town, East Baltimore. Bolton Deli, Baltimore, MD
May 2011-2012 – Art Star Craft Bazaar. Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia, PA
September-October 2011 - Philly to Bmore. Lodge 215, Philadelphia, PA
August-October 2011 – 1st Biennial Maryland Regional Juried Art Exhibit. University of Maryland University College, College Park, MD
July 2011 – Artscape Artist’s Market. Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD
April-May 2011 – Baltimore Open City. North Avenue Market, Baltimore, MD
April 2010 - Out of Order. Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD
November 2010-March 2011 – Group Exhibition. The Radisson at Cross Keys, Baltimore, MD
September-October 2010 – In Liquid Art & Design Benefit. Ice Box Project Space, Crane Arts Building, Philadelphia, PA
April-May 2010 – MFA Thesis Exhibition: Old Town, East Baltimore. Fox Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
April-May 2010 – Community Arts Partnership Exhibition. Rosenberg Gallery, Brown Center, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
February-April 2010 – Young, Gifted, and Black: Honoring Our Responsibilities to Underserved Communities.
Southern Management Corporation Campus Center, University of Maryland School of Law, Baltimore, MD
September-January 2009-2010 – 4th International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam - Open City: Designing Coexistence. Netherlands Architecture Institute
April-August 2009 – East Side Stories: Portraits of a Baltimore Neighborhood, Then and Now.
Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture, Baltimore, MD
For a full resume please email me via my contact page.