Curated by David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards, this show took shape in a period marked by a relentless virus, upsetting political news, horrifying police brutality, and a grinding land war.
This week's news includes: Poet Nia June appears on Rob Lee's The Truth in This Art podcast, Baltimore musician Alison Ramírez of Peach Face, tenant power, and more reporting from The Atlantic, Nonprofit Quarterly, Baltimore Magazine, and other local and independent news sources.
Fostel’s drawings are as much about what’s there as what’s not.
This Week: Essential Tremors with Brandon Soderberg, Sam Gilliam at the Hirshhorn, FIRED UP! reception at Coppin State, Red Emma's hosts D. Watkins, MICA: NOVUS opening at The Peale, Black Activism exhibition at MD Center for History and Culture, and more!
"The different traditions are also not the only things coming together. There is also the integration of modern and traditional art forms."
A Garden Party for BmoreArt's subscribers, who made Issue 13 possible, as well as featured artists, contributors, and media partners
Flanked by ranks of Quattrocento holy figures, Stephen Towns’ protagonist feels at once at home and strikingly distinct.
Barber, David, and Dorman transport viewers to fictitious and prophetic scenarios of apocalypses and hopeful futures that suspend disbelief through immersion in surreal realms.
The intimate group show, Order and Uncertainty: Five Abstract Painters, features painters who share what curator Timothy App calls a classical impulse to bring order to abstraction: Power Boothe, the late Julie Karabenick; Patsy Krebs, WC Richardson, and Linling Lu.
Beats Not Bullets, the brainchild of Kevin “Ogun” Beasley, was started six years ago as a way to teach students in Baltimore how to produce and create music.
“Seeing the world differently and reimagining tomorrow” was the theme for the Phillips Collection’s Gala held on April 29th at the Washington National Cathedral, designed to honor a century of leadership in the art and museum world.
"While exploring new hobbies, I came across new materials [and] I had collected ideas over the years that I had always hoped to explore."
For Woody, music and community are one and he strives to make music that “sounds like my city.”
Search: Museums, Galleries, Performance, Film, Organizations & Advocacy, Literary Organizations, Media, Bookshops, Maker, Mixed Use & Studios, Education, Grants & Awards, Residencies, Artist Housing, and Supplies. This guide is for Baltimore area artists, makers, creatives, and anyone who wants to get involved in the arts in the region.Check it Out
This Week: Baltimore Crankie Festival at Creative Alliance, American Craft Council Marketplace at the Convention Center, Andrew Snyder and Clay from the Classroom opening reception at Baltimore Clayworks, Kumasi J. Barnett exhibition at The Peale, and more!
This Week: Cade Center Gallery Student Art Exhibit opening, Jazz outdoor concert and talk at Evergreen, Lauren R. Lyde solo exhibition reception at Top of the World, J.M. Giordano opening reception at Maryland Art Place, The Lost Weekend at Greedy Reads, and more!
Teri Henderson in conversation with Jeffrey Kent at The Ivy Bookshop, Gormley Gallery hosts a Senior Thesis opening reception, documentary screening and discussion with Angela N. Carroll, nia love, and Scott Love presented by UMBC CIRCA, Rosa Leff opening at Hotel Indigo, and more!
This Week: Maryland Film Festival 2022 at the SNF Parkway, UMD's 2022 MFA Exhibition, Station North Sips, Visions of Night: Baltimore Nocturnes at MD Center for History & Culture, Flower Mart, Music, & Majolica Mania at The Walters, the Peale lunchtime lecture with Paul Chaat Smith, and more!
Issue 12 features maximalist, exuberant, over-the-top artists, projects, and thinkers. Released in November, 2021, the "More is More" issue features artist Mina Cheon, BMA chief curator Asma Naeem, CityLit's Carla Du Pree, and MacArthur-winning conductor Marin Alsop, the subject of a documentary by Johns Hopkins University film professor Bernadette Wegenstein. It examines over-the-top and immersive art projects and a number of artists and individuals whose “more is more” attitude enlivens, encourages, and challenges the status quo, demanding that we envision a bold future.
Stories from Issue 12: More is More
The future looks busy and bright for Merriweather, who completed her Fountainhead Residency in September and returned to live and work at Baltimore’s Creative Alliance, where she’ll be in residence through July 2022.
Carla Du Pree’s profound surrender to the principle of abundance has allowed her advocacy to flourish, especially CityLit Project, a Baltimore literary nonprofit founded by Gregg Wilhelm in 2004.