Charles Mason III
cmason393@gmail.com


Education
2019 MFA Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
2014 BFA Graphic Design, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD
2010 AA General Studies, Community College of Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD 
2014 The New School, New York City, NY (Graduate Level Course work) 

Solo Exhibitions
2019 Spillway Collective, “DA Album,” Philadelphia, PA  
2016 Maryland Art Place, “Freeman,” Baltimore, MD

Selected Group Exhibitions
2019 The Studio Museum in Harlem, “Radical Reading Room,” Harlem, NY
2019 Woodmere Art Museum, “Woodmere Annual,” Philadelphia, PA
2019 Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, “Breaching the Margins,” Grand Rapids, MI
2019 Anna Zorina Gallery, “Proximity,” New York, NY 
2019 Hosted by InLiquid, “LIFEBLOOD,” Philadelphia, PA
2019 Tuttleman Sculpture Gallery, “Facsimiles of Truth,” Philadelphia, PA
2018 Maryland Art Place, “Repurposed with Purpose, Meaning in the Materials of Making,” Baltimore, MD 
2018 School of Fine Arts Gallery (PAFA), "Two Cents Some Change," Philadelphia, PA
2018 Von Hess Works on Paper Gallery "Material World," Philadelphia, PA 
2017 Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance "Color(s)," Baltimore, MD
2017 Catonsville Campus Gallery "A Thousand Words," Catonsville, MD
2017 Barbara Crawford Gallery, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts "Warming," Philadelphia, PA
2016 Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center "Breaking Frames,”Baltimore, MD
2016 Chesapeake Arts Center, “Development without Displacement” Brooklyn Park, MD
2015 OVA East Exhibition "The Here After," Baltimore, MD
2015 Chesapeake Gallery “Oppression and Opposition: Race, Politics, and Art,” Bel Air, MD

Curated Exhibitions 
2019 Homage to the Kid in MeThe Gallery at Cherry Street Pier, Philadelphia, PA
2017 Two Lane Stories, Gallery CA, Baltimore MD 

Guest Lecturer
2017OVA East, MICA, Baltimore, MD

Awards 
2014 McNair Scholar
2011-2012 Undergraduate Research Award
2009 CCBC Honors Program

Press
2017, July 7th, Tkacik, Christina, “Two Lane Stories, explores the work of black male artists,” Baltimore Sun 
2016, February 26th, Carroll, Angela N. “I AM A MAN. Am I Next . #BlackLivesMatter. WAR?,”Bmore Art