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All Stories

The Great Gatsby, the theme of MAP's fall benefit, inspired headdresses, vintage gowns, feathers, and a lot of fabulous jewelry.

An Art Collection that Encompasses the History of The Contemporary and Baltimore

Artist Richard “Rick” Cleaver is showing me the childhood snapshots of his husband, curatorial powerhouse George Ciscle, that he keeps pinned to the door of his home studio. “Why on ...

Scarlett Johansson pretended to be woke. Taylor Swift was named Artist of the Decade. The internet was kinda weird this week, more interesting stuff happened off of it.  Highlights: the ...

Shauntee Daniels thought of making a documentary about Baltimore's burgeoning, embattled squeegee-ers more than a year ago—the last time there was a histrionic, public safety panic about the mostly young Black men who grind it out at intersections across the city washing car windows for a few bucks.

Artifacts from the Faidley’s Seafood’s 133-year history at Lexington Market cover the walls and counters that make up the fresh fish ice boards, the cooked food corner, and the raw bar at the center of the room.

In typical John Waters style, any prompt or question could launch an anecdote or philosophical monologue delivered with the polish and charisma of a well-rehearsed stand-up routine. 

Varied responses from women on the BMA’s Announcement to Collect “Only Women” in 2020

Institutional critique from women working in the arts on the importance of making lasting, structural changes rather than vague pronouncements on equity for women in museum collections.

This week: Visualizing the World: National Juried Exhibition reception at Cade Gallery, Preservation Hall Jazz Band at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Our World opening reception at Eubie Blake Cultural Center, Picture Whimsies: ...

Amber Robles-Gordon’s multimedia installation at the Nicholson Project delves into emotional and physical histories of the bodies of women of color in scientific and medical contexts.

A 25-person-plus cast and production team remounted the Talking Heads' classic Stop Making Sense concert as a fundraiser for the Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition.

The internet was chill this week. Highlights: Singing across an ocean, Anne Midgette left the Washington Post, Mister Rogers, the new feminism, the creation of slang, love terms, Gritty's popularity, ...

This week: Larry Cook's Eternal Splendor at Galerie Myrtis, Expanded Dialogue at Guest Spot at the Reinstitute and MONOPractice, and C – Magnetic Cultures: Four Chinese Artists at Cardinal.

"For art to inspire, it must be seen,” Gregory and Atwell told me during an interview. “One of our greatest joys is sharing our collection and hopefully spurring further thought in young minds.” 

Despite a generation between them, Phylicia and Edward Ghee share kindred qualities as artists and caretakers whose joy and resilience guide their paths.

This week: Wyatt Mitchell: Inside Outside at Gallery CA, Memefest: Food Democracy reception + artist talk at Rosenberg Gallery, Foon Sham artist-in-residence lecture at Loyola University Maryland, Sip & Shine: An ...

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