News & Opinion
News & Opinion
This Week: Elaine Fisher at Project 1628, Waller Gallery presents Nakeya Brown, Safiya Cheatham, Chris Kozjar, and Savannah Wood at Eubie Blake, Kelly Walker, Robert Hoffman, and Markus at Gallery Blue Door, NEA calls for entry - and more!
This week's news includes: Andres Serrano's new film about the January 6 insurrection, Hogan predicts "most challenging" phase of the pandemic, Sun journalists join Banner, new Baltimore Police helicopter, and more from Baltimore Magazine, Politico, WYPR, and other local independent news sources.
This Week: Lynn Silverman and Jason Sloan at Goya Contemporary, Nolan Flynn, Ajay Malghan, and Caryn Martin talk at Catalyst, Ariston Jacks at Creative Alliance, The Vanishing Half at DC Art Center, & Calls for Entry
This week's Baltimore news includes: Larry Hogan's use of Wickr, City students' long commutes, Maryland's energy marketplace, and more reporting from Baltimore Brew, The Washington Post, Maryland Matters, and other local and independent news sources.
Women of Steel outside at Baltimore Museum of Industry, Healing & The Art of Compassion (and the Lack Thereof!) at AVAM, Baltimore quilts in Wild and Untamed at Maryland Center for History and Culture, The Honorable Elijah E. Cummings Portrait exhibition opens at BMA, and more!
This week's Baltimore news includes: Omicron is making itself at home for the holidays, Confederate monuments staying in Baltimore, Roland Park gets a park, and more reporting from Baltimore Magazine, The Real News Network, WYPR, and other local and independent news sources.
This Week: Baltimore School of the Arts 2021 Fall Exhibition online, Freedom Bound Exhibit + Virtual Tour at Banneker-Douglass Museum, Small Works | Big Cause at Creative Alliance, Betty Cooke at the Walters, A Fence Around the Torah at the Jewish Museum of Maryland, Chef Yassmeen H. Jackson at the
This week's Baltimore news includes: General Assembly overrides Hogan veto of voting map, mysterious Department of Health cyber attack, the market for Confederate statues and more reporting from Baltimore Brew, Maryland Matters, Slate, and other local and independent news sources.
This Week: Christopher Bathgate Collect + Connect Zoom Talk, A.WAKE / EULOGY featuring Jordan Tierney, David Page, and Rev J' Exodus Hooper at Area 405, Marin Alsop documentary screening at SNF Parkway, UNDER $500 at MAP, MFA Exhibition at Hamilton Gallery, and more.
This week's Baltimore news includes: Drug paraphernalia decriminalization denied, the world unprepared for future pandemic, generational wealth woes, and more reporting from Technical.ly Baltimore, The Trace, Baltimore Magazine, and other local and independent news sources.
The Guardians at The Peale, Rapid Lemon Productions' at Motor House, BMA hosts Monica Ikegwu and Tawny Chatmon in conversation with Myrtis Bedolla, MAP's UNDER $500, Current Space Art Market, Station North Holiday Market, Chris Bathgate at Connect+Collect, A Wake at Area 405
This week's Baltimore news includes: Former City prosecutor charged, Latinos and COVID-19, Baltimore's Broadband Investment, and more reporting from Maryland Matters, The Real News Network, WYPR, and other local and independent news sources.
Administered by Creative Capital, the Warhol Writers Program offers three categories of project grants—articles ($15,000), books ($50,000), and short-form writing series ($30,000)—meant to counteract the systemic lack of funding for arts writing and to recognize its significant cultural value.
This Week: A conversation with Edgar Reyes, Hannah Brancato at Montgomery College, The Essence of a Black Woman at Motor House, Holiday Sale at Baltimore Jewelry Center, Lou Joseph closing at Current, and more.
This week's Baltimore news includes: Amy Sherald acquisition makes news, National Museum of African American History and Culture goes virtual, Baltimore's Black Arts District, and more reporting from The AFRO, Technical.ly Baltimore, Baltimore Brew, and other local and independent news sources.