Cara Ober, Editor-in-Chief / Publisher Cara Ober is an artist, arts writer, curator, and the founding editor and publisher at BmoreArt, Baltimore's art and culture magazine. She writes regularly about artist, ...
“The imprints of elemental properties inherent to ceramics fired in a wood kiln often yield mesmerizing finishes; it almost adds a fourth dimension to the artworks.”
“The show wasn’t intended to be actively political, but the body is always political.”
Three Succinct Reviews including a group show about death in a former funeral home, as well as figurative narrative paintings from established masters Grace Hartigan and Raoul Middleman and a new generation of painters in Baltimore
BmoreArt's Picks: February 25 - March 2. This Week: “Being an Immigrant Artist in the Age of Trump” panel at MICA, Graciela Iturbide’s Mexico at National Museum of Women in the Arts, SHAN Wallace: 410 at Baltimore Museum of Art, and more!
19th CityLit Festival opens, BmoreArt’s Jeffrey Kent and Cara Ober in conversation with Ernest Shaw Jr. and BOPA curator Kirk Shannon-Butts, Nanette Carter lecture at Towson University Center for the Arts, Lawrence Burney hosts Baltimore Living Archives at the Parkway, and more!
This week's news includes: Toni Tipton-Martin calls Charles Village home, Enoch Pratt addresses community trauma, Pugh deal with the US Attorney, and more reporting from Baltimore Magazine, Maryland Matters, Route Fifty, and other local and independent news sources.
We all expended a tremendous amount of labor—myself, the artists, art handlers, the gallery director, friends, family—to get the show open. And now, the result of COVID-19 is that effort sits in a gallery unviewed.
Bmore Amplified Exhibition at City Hall, virtual artist talk with Alberto Cavalieri, Alyssa Dennis at Connect + Collect, Resident Artist Show opening reception at Motor House, Baynard Woods at Current Space, Station North Art Walk, Art After Hours: The Culture at the BMA
BmoreArt's Picks: February 18-24: Bishme Cromartie at Maryland Historical Society, Submersive Productions See Also at the Peabody Library, Merkin Dream opens at MAP, Beyond the Flash: A Conversation with Lola Flash at MICA, and more!
Center Stage’s new Indigenous Art Gallery and the exhibition Taking Space at Creative Alliance authentically engage with and serve the communities of color in which they are based