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On Saturday, November 21 BmoreArt hosted our first ever magazine launch party for our new print magazine: the BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas! The sold-out party was hosted by Maryland Art Place, who sponsored the event, in addition to Union Craft Brewing, Pixilated Photo, with additional help from the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts and The Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.

Gorgeous photography by Theresa Keil of TLC Baltimore.

Check out all of the Pixilated Photo Booth fun here!

The BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas features writing, art, and photography from some of Baltimore’s best: Bret McCabe, Elizabeth Evitts Dickenson, Justin Tsucalas, Nate Larson, Will Holman, Elena Volkova, Andy Cook, Crystal Star Whitman, Olivia Obineme, Kelvin Bulluck, Jill Fannon, Sara Barnes, Dwayne Butcher, and Tiffany Jones and was designed by Tony Venne.

If you were unable to join us Saturday night, you can buy a copy direct from BmoreArt here OR head to the Industrial Arts Holiday Pop Up Shop, the MICA Bookstore, Trohv, Atomic Books, or Hunting Ground.

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IMG_4350 copyPhotographer Theresa Keil with Morgan Monceaux (last photo by Cara Ober)

And… check out more from Pixilated Photo here…

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