Reading

Fall Art Preview on WYPR – Maryland Morning on Tuesday, Sept. 23!

Previous Story

“I love what I’m doing, HELP!” [...]

Next Story

Bestiarum Vocabulum opens Thursday Sept. 25 at Go [...]

If you want to shorten it to FART preview, you can do that, too.

Alex of Ten Tigers and I will be doing what we normally do – talk about the great art scene going on in this fair city – on WYPR’s Maryland Morning Show. We should be on between 9:30 and 10. Hopefully we will sound like we know what we’re talking about, because we do.

So catch us TOMORROW – that is Tuesday, Sept. 23 – on WYPR. Maybe you will even hear your name mentioned. If you miss it, you can listen to it here.

Related Stories
June and July Exhibitions in the Baltimore Region that Experiment, Collaborate, and Defy Expectations

Megan Lewis at Galerie Myrtis, Fragment(ed)ing at Zo Gallery, Transmission at School 33 Art Center, Nick Wisniewski at Swann House, Here in this Little Bay at the Kreeger Museum, Reflect & Remix at The Walters, and Preoccupied: Indigenizing the Museum at the BMA

An exhibit where theories pale in the bright light of unabashed enthusiasm.

Reflex & Remix at the Walters emphasizes the importance of artistic connections across genres and time.

Dinos Chapman and Jason Yates Two-Person Show at von ammon co. is a Grotesque Dirge for Consumer Kitsch

The eerie convergence of fantasy and reality in Too Little Too Late, which closes Sunday, June 16th, offers a darkly humorous framework within which to dissect American culture and its apparent decline.

Baltimore art news updates from independent & regional media

D. Watkins awarded James Beard Media Award, 10 DC exhibitions, Bailey Anne Kennedy first trans woman to win Miss Maryland, Easton Chef Harley Peet wins a James Beard award, Sheila E. and the Original Wailers headline Artscape, AFRO profiles Rachel D. Graham, and more.