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25 Artists Interpret Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense to Fundraise for Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition

Last year, a group of Baltimore-based musicians and performers put on a benefit show for Moveable Feast at the 2640 Space—a live interpretation of The Band’s The Last Waltz, an ...

This week: Gillian Collins and Michael Thompson MFA exhibitions at Towson University, James Allister Sprang lecture at MICA, Christine Neill: Invasive, Endangered, Beneficial opening reception at Goya Contemporary, Ryan Dorsey: More Creative ...

On Thursday, November 7, BmoreArt hosted a release party at the Pratt Library in Mount Vernon with 400+ featured artists, contributors, and friends of the publication

The theme of Issue 08 is Archive, and our team explored the theme as a practice and a concept, interpreting it broadly and in a Baltimore-centric way that celebrates the past and the present.

The internet was kinda weird this week. There was a lot of interesting stuff. But also some real bullshit. Highlights: The fight for the Amazon, T.I. proves himself to be ...

A Second Life to BROS and Fluid Movement Props, Costumes, and Set Pieces

The sprawling exhibition stretches down Howard Street from Current Space to Planned Parenthood and reimagines the block’s vacant storefronts as vitrines to display a curious niche of local visual cult

“When choosing to buy vintage, you are doing yourself, the earth—and often your pocket—a good service,” explains the team (Julie Lilienfeld, Athena Hoffberger, and Ryan Haase) at Wishbone Reserve, a ...

As soon as we go inside, into the art and out of the heat, I can tamp down my existential climate dread and cynicism a bit.

This week: Joan Jonas at MICA, ​BmoreArt Magazine Release Party at Enoch Pratt Free Library, just let the dead in closing ritual at Waller Gallery, Expanded Dialogue opening receptions at Guest ...

I am an extrovert and I like parties. Alone time is a necessity for any sort of creative production, but too many hours in a quiet house makes me blue. ...

When the sun was still out on the last Saturday in October, a group of zombies did a step routine. A line that seemed a hundred-people-long, many in costume—little chickens, ...

Kanye sang on a plane. Taylor Swift did a Tiny Desk Concert. But the internet had some majestic moments this week. Highlights: Ciara and Russell Wilson won Halloween, Black opera ...

Ashley Minner doesn’t want to help you with your land acknowledgement or with figuring out what you should call indigenous peoples. She is tired of being asked to speak for ...

I have changed my mind about parties in the last few years. I used to be a warehouse party and jeans kind of gal. Remember kalimotxos? I still love an ...

Baltimore author Jeannie Vanasco’s recently published memoir, Things We Didn’t Talk About When I Was a Girl, dwells in the desire for a lived-out apology and underscores the nonlinearity of healing.

Nora Sturges and Jackie Milad at C. Grimaldis Gallery

At C. Grimaldis Gallery, two solo exhibitions by Baltimore-based artists Nora Sturges and Jackie Milad repurpose cultural iconographies.

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