News & Opinion
News & Opinion
Women's History Month events at the Portrait Gallery, the Rubys return, Baltimore's mini Hip-Hop museum, the Book Festival, VisArts new fellow Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi, John Waters' "Liarmouth" to feature Aubrey Plaza, with reporting from the Fishbowl, ARTnews, Banner, and other local news sources.
William S. Dutterer in Forbes, A corner bar exhibition at Museum of Industry, Growing Pride Parade Changes Venue, SAAM's new chairman, Equity at the Pratt, Farm Alliance of Baltimore Dinners, Synthesis at Frederick Arts Council, The Afro's archives, 2024 MD Heritage winners, and more
This Week: Alexander Tochilovsky lectures at MICA, Tomashi Jackson at UMBC, Opera Baltimore at the Peabody Library, David Brown opening reception at Goya, Rebecca Marimutu and a group show opening reception at Goucher's Rosenberg and Silber Galleries, and more!
Navigating book bans at African American Museums, Sandy Williams IV sculpture in DC, Baltimore/Brazil artist exchange, and the Baltimore Sun's decline—with reporting from Baltimore Magazine, Hyperallergic, Baltimore Banner, and other local and independent news sources.
This Week: Elena Johnston (1985-2023) at Current Space, Maryland Arts Day, Paul Rucker at UMBC, strikeWare reception at Julio Fine Arts, Elizabeth Talford Scott at The Peale and The Walters, National Grants and Residency Applications, and more!
This week's news includes: Rachel D. Graham appointed BOPA's new CEO, BMA announces Joyce J. Scott retrospective, a profile of Jerrell Gibbs, MEXODUS premiering at Center Stage, sacré bleu! Sacré Sucré, new book on Billie Holliday, René Treviño, Juliet Ames, John Waters goes to jail, and more!
Honfest no more, Stem & Vine, Lee Glazer at AAM, Stephen Hayes at Great Blacks in Wax, Terence Nicholson’s exhibition at Honfleur Gallery, McKeldin Family asks for recognition, and more.
This Week: Oletha DeVane's ‘Spectrum of Light and Spirit’ Book Launch webinar, Elizabeth Talford Scott at MCHC, Lipstick, A Queer Farce opens at Fells Point Corner Theatre, opening reception for Creative Alliance's Residents, Black Power Freedom Party & Reception at St. John's College, and more!
“Surreal.” That’s how Baltimore-based film director Ramona S. Diaz described the feeling she had when she answered the phone call in November from the Sundance Film Festival letting her know that her documentary had been selected to premiere.
Steer plans to build on CA's programmatic and fiscal strength, looking to build new structures for long-term thinking.
'I Will Eat You Alive' at the Voxel, Mayor's Office seeks visual artists for funded projects, Center Stage cutbacks, graffiti artist RLong, Baltimore Old Time Music Fest, Port Discovery's 25th Anniversary Plan–and more from local and independent media sources.
This Week: Baltimore Clayworks studio tour with Victoria Walton, Elizabeth Talford Scott reception at MICA, EMBODIMENT opening at MAP, The Merchant of Venice (Annotated), or In Sooth I Know Not Why I Am So Sad at 2640 Space, Constructed Stories & Fabricated Forms opening at Gallery 220, and more!
Filmmaker Marnie Ellen Hertzler and mixed-media artist Jackie Milad have each received an unrestricted $50,000 for projects through the 2024 “Wild Futures: Art, Culture, Impact” granting initiative.
This week's news includes: New Baltimore Sun ownership, student photographer Travis Winstead III, more BMA acquisitions, Baker Artist Awards on MPT, Elisa Milan and her empanadas, Baltimore Met Gala theme announced, The Billie Holiday Center for Liberation Arts, and more!