Media & Literature
Media & Literature
I learned a lot on the internet this week!
Nicole Santiago wins the Bethesda Painting Awards, Maria Broom's former students document her life in film, a fundraiser for Landis Expandis, BOPA and FOPA, the new Baltimore Guitar Center in Hampden, Hons stand with Planned Parenthood, and more
So many things happened on the internet that I didn’t know what to think of this week.
Raúl de Nieves receives BMA Meyerhoff-Becker commission, the 2023 Baker Artist Awardees, BOPA Budget Hearings and Interim Director Todd Yuhanick, the Planned Parenthood-Honfest conflict, "People of Pride" Interviews, Fashion designer Justin Shaw, and more!
The internet had some good art and cultural criticism this week, but maybe I’m also just getting back into it!
Phaan Howng's Dinner Gallery exhibition, BMA + MICA's Elizabeth Talford Scott exhibition + community celebration, Adam Holofcener interviews on Beyond the Studio Podcast, MCHC's Jim Henson exhibition, Catalyst Contemporary moving out of their space,+ more reporting from local + independent sources.
I learned some things on the internet this week.
Half a century of memories from The Hippo, BmoreArt's Cara Ober interviewed by Tom Hall on WYPR's Midday, WTMD + WYPR team up for New/Next Film Festival, Bethesda Painting Awards Finalists announced, and more reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, Baltimore Magazine, East City Art, and others.
I LOVED the internet this week!
Happy Mother's Day!
Two new Joshua Johnson Council Artist in Residence at the BMA, MICA's next provost, MAP partners with Baltimore Peninsula, Jonathon Heyward's vision for the BSO, Screenwriters Competition Winners Announced by BOPA, and more
“My initial hope was to bring people to Waverly, highlighting the fact that we have tons of authors, creatives, writers, and book vendors right here in the community,” Diana Emerson, the executive director of Waverly Main Street and one of the festival’s organizers, said.
BOPA Open Studio Tour this weekend, Sisters Freehold rewrites the theater script, whole lot of baking going on, cross cultural Cinco de Mayo, and more reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, Baltimore Beat, Baltimore Banner, Baltimore Magazine, and other local and independent news sources.
There was so much happening and so much to read this week.