News & Opinion
News & Opinion
This week's news includes: Poet Nia June appears on Rob Lee's The Truth in This Art podcast, Baltimore musician Alison Ramírez of Peach Face, tenant power, and more reporting from The Atlantic, Nonprofit Quarterly, Baltimore Magazine, and other local and independent news sources.
This Week: Essential Tremors with Brandon Soderberg, Sam Gilliam at the Hirshhorn, FIRED UP! reception at Coppin State, Red Emma's hosts D. Watkins, MICA: NOVUS opening at The Peale, Black Activism exhibition at MD Center for History and Culture, and more!
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This Week: Baltimore Crankie Festival at Creative Alliance, American Craft Council Marketplace at the Convention Center, Andrew Snyder and Clay from the Classroom opening reception at Baltimore Clayworks, Kumasi J. Barnett exhibition at The Peale, and more!
This week's news includes: Toni Tipton-Martin calls Charles Village home, Enoch Pratt addresses community trauma, Pugh deal with the US Attorney, and more reporting from Baltimore Magazine, Maryland Matters, Route Fifty, and other local and independent news sources.
This Week: Cade Center Gallery Student Art Exhibit opening, Jazz outdoor concert and talk at Evergreen, Lauren R. Lyde solo exhibition reception at Top of the World, J.M. Giordano opening reception at Maryland Art Place, The Lost Weekend at Greedy Reads, and more!
The non-profit group behind the restoration has successfully completed its $5.5 million capital campaign and scheduled a Grand Opening ceremony for August 13, 2022, the 208th anniversary of The Peale’s original opening.
This week's news includes: Christopher Batten's portrait of Elijah Cummings, Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann interviewed by Rob Lee, Caleb Stine composes for Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, and more reporting from Maryland Matters, The Real News Network, and other local and independent news sources.
Teri Henderson in conversation with Jeffrey Kent at The Ivy Bookshop, Gormley Gallery hosts a Senior Thesis opening reception, documentary screening and discussion with Angela N. Carroll, nia love, and Scott Love presented by UMBC CIRCA, Rosa Leff opening at Hotel Indigo, and more!
This week's news includes: Seven Baltimore curators profiled nationally, Ballet After Dark wins JHU prize, David Simon's new HBO Series about Baltimore, and more reporting from New Art Examiner, Baltimore Magazine, Technical.ly Baltimore, and other local and independent news sources.
This Week: Maryland Film Festival 2022 at the SNF Parkway, UMD's 2022 MFA Exhibition, Station North Sips, Visions of Night: Baltimore Nocturnes at MD Center for History & Culture, Flower Mart, Music, & Majolica Mania at The Walters, the Peale lunchtime lecture with Paul Chaat Smith, and more!
Will Holman, Open Works' executive director, said in an email that the bill’s passage represents a “historic accomplishment for the maker movement” and puts Maryland in a leadership role.
Photographer Matthew Christopher, the cost of home detention, Wes Brown's story, Remembering The Marble Bar, Three 2022 Sondheim Finalists, and more reporting from The Real News Network, Washington Monthy, Baltimore Brew, and other local and independent news sources.
This concrete gesture of solidarity is Elena Volkova’s way of “trying to turn grief into something productive,” she says. “Better than being curled-up crying on the floor.”