BmoreArt Issue 15 Magazine Party Photos

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On Thursday, May 11, BmoreArt hosted a magazine release party for Issue 15, the Migration Issue, at Woodberry Kitchen’s newly revamped event space. The party included invitations for all featured artists, contributors, and advertising sponsors, as well as to everyone who subscribes to the publication at the Artist level or above. Our event was generously sponsored by Guilford Hall Brewery, Baltimore Spirits Company, and Woodberry Events with internationally inspired catering from Cane de Sucre, Cocina Luchadoras, and Mona’s Super Noodle.

In BmoreArt’s Migration issue (our fifteenth!!), we consider global influence in conjunction with unique aspects of regionalism, examining how disparate cultural elements become a part of our collective conversation about and within this city—through visual art, food, fashion, performance, and hybridity across genres. We feature artists (as well as writers, photographers, designers, and arts professionals) from every continent except Antarctica, with emphasis on their original home, transition, and experience as Baltimoreans.

We are always so excited to host these events, to welcome new members to our community, and to recognize the incredible talent that our city manages to produce. Our next issue will be themed around Collaboration and release in the fall – and we hope that you send us your ideas and pitches to consider as we move towards the next print journal.

To attend our next magazine release party, subscribe here: at the Artist or Premium level! It guarantees two tickets to our biannual events which are like none other in town, as well as invitations to events in our gallery, in collector’s homes, and at a variety of intimate and special events highlighting the art and culture in Baltimore. To purchase a single copy of Issue 15, and/or back issues head to our online shop or go to Atomic Books, Greedy Reads, the BMA Museum Shop, and other independent booksellers.

We hope you enjoy the party photos by Oliver Maddox. With all certainty we can say that BmoreArt’s subscribers have impeccable style and are among the most fashionable in Baltimore. Thank you for showing up and looking so fabulous! Until next time… Mwah! Kiss noises from the BmoreArt team.


This story is from Issue 15: Migration, available here.

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