Media & Literature

Media & Literature

How Station Eleven, The Chronology of Water, and Guyana prove the arts essential to everyday life By Tyler Mendelsohn In school, the arts are often regarded as something extra, not ...

Angela N. Carroll Interviews True Laurels Founder and Editor Lawrence Burney Vibrant, radiant reflections of Baltimore art and alternative culture are bold archetypes of the True Laurels aesthetic. I have been ...

A Conversation with the authors of "Scroll 3: On Site" by Joseph Shaikewitz “Scroll 3: On Site” is a forthcoming publication by Brandon Buckson, May Kim, and Allie Linn—current interns at ...

For this episode of Conversations Nancy Murray interviews writer/publisher Gregg Wilhelm. Gregg Wilhelm is a lifelong resident of Baltimore; born in Hampden and currently residing in the Patterson Park area. ...

This episode of Conversations features Jen Michalski interviewed by Nancy Murray. Born in 1972 in East Baltimore, Jen Michalski is a Baltimore-based author who received a BA in Literature from ...

Jermaine T. Bell Interviews Author Elissa Blount Moorhead about her new Sexy Alphabet Book for Kids and Adults When I reached out to Kima Jones of Jack Jones Literary Arts to ...

The BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas Volume 1: Place

Online information delivery is here to stay, but there’s something luxurious about the sweet papery smell of real printed materials, the texture of rich, buttery pages.

Jermaine T. Bell Interviews Baltimore-based writer D. Watkins

For the past five years, D. Watkins, Baltimore’s native son, has been writing the words that many are thinking but are too afraid to say in public.

It might be too late to meet with Edgar Allen Poe, H.L. Mencken, or Upton Sinclair but you still have a chance to talk with the newest and brightest literary ...

Madeline Wheeler Reviews Pearl Girl Magazine The last place you would expect to find an innovative digital magazine is at an art show dedicated to two-dimensional prints on paper. Yet, ...

Wayne Koestenbaum at MICA by Kerr Houston 1. When he writes about the visual arts – and he has, relatively often, for more than twenty years now, in a range ...

  Ben Stone, a native Baltimorean, is a city planner, designer, and occasional artist. He holds a Bachelor in Fine Arts from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, ...

A Civil War Christmas, an original holiday tale written by Pulitzer Prize-winner Paula Vogel, is a collaborative offering from Rebecca Taichman and Liz Lerman currently presented at Center Stage. The ...

New York Magazine: Jerry Saltz on Kate Middleton’s Terrible Official Portrait Art usually only makes the news in America when the subject is money. Here, the dollar is king. In ...

Baltimore City Paper: Rental Wonderland: The City Art Building’s gallery steps up its game By Baynard Woods Smorgasbord Through Feb. 1 at Gallery CA; opening reception Jan. 18 In Don ...

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