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On Thursday, November 17, BmoreArt released its third Journal of Art + Ideas to the public at The Walters. We hosted a cocktail party to celebrate our new publication and did so with the help of many amazing partners including Union Craft Brewing, Pixilated Photo Booths, Dovecote Cafe, BLK//Sugar Micro-Bakery, Baltivirtual, many volunteers, and  several hundred members of the art community in Baltimore.

The magazine features writing by Cara Ober, Bret McCabe, Marianne Amoss, Jermaine Bell, Martina Dodd, Kerr Houston, Christopher Llewellyn Reed, Michael B. Tager, Fred Scharmen, and Julie Scharper. Photography for Issue 3 included Chris Attenborough, Kelvin Bullock, Theresa Keil, Rachel Rock Palermo, Justin Tsucalas, and Stephen Spartana. The magazine also featured artwork by Khadija Nia Adell, Lauren Frances Adams, and Linda Day Clark.

This story is from Issue 03: Legacy, available here.

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