Yeim Bae

Yeim (Amy) Bae was born and raised in South Korea. She received her BFA in Curatorship and Arts Management from Dongduk Women's University in Seoul. She has sincere interests in non-profit experimental art organizations and in developing public education programs designed to enhance social engagement and community outreach. Based on these interests, she interned at a non-profit gallery in Korea called the Gallery SPACE. In addition, she volunteered for a mentoring program and curated its exhibition; she also co-curated a multi-media art exhibition and assisted the show’s artists.


Yun Jeong Hong

Born in South Korea, Yun Jeong Hong received her BFA from Seoul Women's University (2005) and MFA from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (2010). Her works involve writing, drawing, sculpture, installation, video and performance. Apart from her studio practice, Yun Jeong curated an exhibition “Nomadic Fantasia-indra's net (2011)” in Champaign, Illinois, of over five artists working on body and mind tracking as their research. In Addition, she participated International Artist symposium in Voitsberg in Austria (2012) and Artist Residency of Center for Research and Creativity Casamarles (2011) in Llorenc del Penedes, Tarragona in Spain.


If you want exhibition tour by curator, please schedule your visit by contact curators by email.


Wednesday - Thursday - 12 noon to 4:00 pm
Friday - 12 noon to 8:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday 12 noon to 4:00 pm
Monday - Tuesday Closed

Participating Worshops in Kaplan Gallery, Visarts, Rockville

If you are an art teacher who is interested in bring your art class to Project 837 exhibition and participating postcard making activity, please let us know by emailing We can schedule your class and set up the space.

 [Workshop] Beyond the House by Sung-Min Lee
Thursday, October 29th, November 5th, 4 - 5:30pm

[Performance] Nancy Havlik's Dance Performance Group
Friday, October, 30th, 8:00pm
Nancy Hvlik’s Dance Performance Group will respond to the topics and questions raised by the Project 837 exhibition and workshops by interacting with the installations as well as audience members.

[Workshop] News From Home - Postcard Making 
Saturdays, November 7th,14th,21st, December 5th & 12th 2 - 4:00pm
All materials supplied by VisArts.
Free and open to the public.

[Workshop] Pop-Up Homes by Jenna Wright
Saturday, November 7th,14th & 21st 2 - 3:00pm
All materials supplied by VisArts.
Free and open to the public. 

[Performance] Bedroom Without Walls by Hye Young Kim
Friday, November 13th & 14th 10:00am - 4:00pm @ public space around VisArts

[Workshop] How to Loiter by Paul Shortt
Saturday, November 14th & December 5th, 2:00pm

[Performance] Nancy Havlik's Dance Performance Group
Saturday, December 5th, 3:00 p.m. Dance performance in response to “How to Loiter”
Kaplan Gallery and on the street.

[Lecture] What is Home?
Curators lecture by Yunjeong Hong and Yeim Bae, Wednesday, 12:00, December, 2nd
Free and open to the public.

[Performance] NEST: Precious Little Things (excerpt from NEST)
Light Switch Dance Theatre
Date and time TBA


If you are an artist who is interested in working with Project PLASE's clients and want to design art activity and program, feel free to contact us. The class location is Conference room in SATELLITE OFFICE at Project PLASE, 814 Maryland Ave.Baltimore, MD 21201


If you are interested in internship, please contact us by email. We will discuss about duration of internship and working schedule. Duties will be taking photos of art works, editing writing, maintaining exhibition and art works, moving and packing art works, helping art program and art activity as a member of Project 837.

Exhibition Part 1

DATE : March 17-April 25.2015

RECEPTION : March 19.2015


MAIN OFFICE building
Project PLASE, Inc.

Inc.3549-3601 Old Frederick Ave. Baltimore, MD 21229 


DATE: October 28 -December 13, 2015

RECEPTION: Oct. 30.2015


Kaplan Gallery

Visarts at Rockville

155 Gibbs Street, Rockville, MD 20850


Thank you for Cambria Hotel We happily announce that Cambria Hotels & Suits became our great sponsor for Project 837:...

Posted by Project 837 on Thursday, October 29, 2015

Project 837 is a nonprofit art project that challenges common notions of homelessness through art exhibitions and related public programs. The “837” in our name refers to the total square footage of vacant housing in Baltimore—unused spaces that could potentially house the homeless. Our objective is therefore to raise awareness about the realities of Baltimore’s homeless population.

In partnership with Project PLASE, a homeless shelter in Baltimore, and Visarts, a gallery in Rockville; we are currently organizing a two-phase exhibition that explores what it means to lose one’s home. The implementation of this socially significant project, however, chiefly depends on tax-deductible donations from organizational sponsors, like you. 

As a sponsor, you will receive media attention from your association with Project 837 and a direct link to your website from ours. More importantly, your contribution will enable the public to understand more completely how the issue of homelessness affects us all.


  • Clients from shelters in Baltimore
  • Clients in senior centers in Baltimore
  • Art educators, artists and community related researchers in Baltimore and Montgomery County
  • Family orientated community members in Baltimore and Montgomery County
  • Clients in senior centers in Baltimore
  • Elderly immigrants in Montgomery County
  • Professionals who is interested in home and homelessness issue in the world


    We need :
  • Projector 
  • Monitor/TV 
  • Any types of Electronic device
  • Pedestals
  • Painting materials for installation
  • Art work supplies for Project PLASE Art Club
  • Catering for opening->Opening reception: March 19

Anything you think, can work. Please contact us for further discussion.

Note for sponsorship and donation

  • Projectors and monitors are donation for Project PLASE. They will go to each room and house for clients after exhibition.
  • Your donation is fully tax deductible. Project PLASE is an official 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and your donation will go to Project PLASE after art exhibitions.
  •  Project PLASE Federal tax ID: 23-7367331

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