All Stories

All Stories

What do you wear to the Pratt Contemporaries annual Black and White Party?

Whether guests were lions, bears, flying monkeys, or straight-up divas in black and white, this event felt exceptional without being stuffy, lavish but not vulgar.

Brexit finally happened, coronavirus is a global epidemic, apparently you don’t need witnesses (or evidence) in an impeachment trial, and I am highkey VERY concerned about PETA.

'Pop' Turns Valerie Solanas' 1968 Shooting of Andy Warhol into an Agatha Christie-ish Whodunnit

The 2009 musical, with book/lyrics by Maggie-Kate Coleman and music by Anna K. Jacobs, is ahistorical, apolitical, amodern, and absolutely entertaining.

Semi-fictional new wave movie ambles around with Jean-Michel Basquiat and Merce Cunningham's challenging choreography—in 3D!

Downtown 81, a somewhat fictional, hang-out movie starring Jean-Michel Basquiat and Alla Kovgan's assiduous documentary, Cunningham, screening in Baltimore

MICA MFA Candidate, Multidisciplinary Artist, and Spectacle

"Don’t come if you don’t already know what you want to get out of yourself."

Elizabeth Catlett: Artist as Activist at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum

Field workers, sharecroppers, mothers, grandmothers (and occasionally fathers too) share space in her oeuvre with abolitionists and civil rights icons, everyone with dirt under their fingernails, everyone in all of their ordinary glory.

Single Carrot Theatre presents Safe Space, Migrations and Meaning(s)at MICA, ICA Baltimore Flat File opening, and more!

BmoreArt’s Picks presents the best weekly art openings, events, and performances happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas.

Big Funds for Creative Alliance, Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest Submissions Open, 2020 Saul Zaentz Fellows Announced, BCAN Celebrates Local Entrepreneurs.

Some crazy shit punctuated a mostly boring week on the internet—but there were also some quiet hidden gems.

Photos from the 20th Annual MLK Day Parade in Baltimore

On an extra cold day, Baltimore citizens gathered for the 20th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade

Anthony's new film about instant replay and tennis is an incredibly subversive 36-minute dérive of a documentary, viewed in ESPN's 30 for 30 series.

This is how one should reckon with sport—an expressive, important, often communal thing that is also big business and ultimately comes down to, well, rules that never entirely make sense.

Tragicomedy seems a fitting genre for a show about witchcraft, for what is more magical than being more than one thing at once?

As Budenz makes clear at the beginning of the show, there has always been some version of a fuckboy, always someone trying to slide into your DMs.

James Bouché on Mormonism, Family History, and Guilt 

Family History Center is Bouché’s most explicitly personal show to-date, in part because he is there to guide you through the material.

Chul Hyun Ahn at Grimaldis, Schroeder Cherry at City Hall, Larry Cook at Galerie Myrtis, and more…

Chul Hyun Ahn opening reception at C. Grimaldis Gallery, Schroeder Cherry opening reception at The Gallery at Baltimore City Hall, Larry Cook artist’s talk + closing at Galerie Myrtis, and more.

Highlights: What The Oscars got wrong, shifting our perspective on monuments, a royal exit, the sometimes tragedy of birth, meditating on cats and Elizabeth Bishop, the politics of textiles, the popularization of Botox, you probably aren’t Beyoncé’s friend, and the Bernie/Warren spat.

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