The one-night-only screening of Tyler Brunner's film features handmade chocolates and a specialty cocktail from Tapas Teatro.
Abell fires, the Whirligig returns to AVAM, D. Watkins' new book, and more reporting from Technical.ly Baltimore, Baltimore Magazine, Baltimore Banner, and other sources.
Curated by Joe Tropea, Visions of Night: Baltimore Nocturnes at the Maryland Center for History and Culture beautifully and seamlessly integrates Baltimore nightlife of the past and present.
This Week: Kristen Hileman and Connie Imboden lecture with Art Seminar Group, Baltimore Pride Film Fest at the Parkway, Bromo Arts Walk, Visions of Night - Exposure Bash at Maryland Center for History and Culture, Do Whatever You Want All the Time screening at Maryland Art Place, and more!
It’s been a while and so much has happened!
This Week: Free Tickets to the Baltimore Center Stage, Susan Yanero at Washington Studio School, Young Blood at Maryland Art Place, Natural Dye Workshop with Kibibi Ajanku, Dynamic Range highlights Baltimore photographers at Connect + Collect, Station North Sips, and more!
The final three screenings are fitting, as they amplify the voices of many regional artists, Baltimore’s youth, and the complex beauty of the city itself.
Kyrae Dawaun, Danni O’Brien, Alexander D’Agostino, Sharon Shapiro, Marisa Stratton, and Ju Yun each have an investigative approach to art-making and present new, invigorating works in their solo shows.
"The different traditions are also not the only things coming together. There is also the integration of modern and traditional art forms."
Fostel’s drawings are as much about what’s there as what’s not.
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
The community members of BROS shared with BmoreArt some insights on the hard work that goes into having so much fun.
Music That Raised Us, which ran March 19-April 16, was an amalgamation of the collaborators' experiences but also of any artist who has been touched by the melody of a Stevie Wonder song or moved to move by the rhythm of a funk tune.
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.
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
Strength to Love II bolsters an impressive roster of produce year-round. Collards, squash, and kale are amongst the produce being sent far and wide throughout the city.
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.