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I’ve been thinking… there’s so many talented and interesting artists in the Baltimore area. How do you keep track of them? How do you find them? MAP has a great site – the visual artists registry – which I use from time to time. However, the web is such a direct way to find artists and then link to other sites. I thought this might be a simple way for artists and curators to find each other.

The B List is a blog which alphabetically catalogues Baltimore area artists with websites (sorry, z’s!). Any artist with a website can participate. All you have to do is email me at [email protected] with a link to your website and one jpeg of your work. Easy, right?

To check out The B List, so far, click here.

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