Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Sadie Barnette's New Eagle Creek Saloon at STABLE Arts is a commemorative installation named for the first multi-racial queer bar in San Francisco, operated by Barnette’s father, Rodney from 1990 to 1993

If this spirit of pride and activism can permeate multiple communities across geographic locations, gaining collective mass, what can be said for our ability to harness that power to shape the future?

Celebrating Baltimore Media and Music in a Uniquely Local Way

We were curious about this event, including mini-concerts on moving trains, and were not disappointed!

Zeakness, hosted at Zika Farm, is a DIY skateboarding contest and a new Baltimore tradition

The future of Baltimore's DIY Community: Photos from Two Days of Skatebording on a DIY Mega Ramp and Music

The DC-based artist's new work explores community through reclaimed cultural practices around music and dance. 

Born in Puerto Rico and raised in Arlington, VA, Robles-Gordon returned to exhibit her work in San Juan, but the trip inspired a performance as the focus for her latest project

Opera Baltimore at The Engineers Club is a Sublime Experience

Scaling opera down to it's essentials in an opulent setting is a winning combination but what about the relevance of opera?

Alex Zhang Hungtai Plays the Red Room June 6 with Leo Chang

The ever-evolving, "Stateless" musician of many aliases brings his genre-bending brand of experimentation to the Red Room this Tuesday.

Cross-Generational Connection Through Music Making

Legacy, connection, relationship-building, self-expression—themes woven into the fabric of IMP’s underlying mission and philosophy will be on display, in musical form, on May 21st.    

Photos of the teams and sculptures as they get ready to compete in the annual Baltimore event

Each May, the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM) produces and hosts the East Coast Kinetic Sculpture Race Championship on the shore of Baltimore’s Harbor in central Maryland. 

Photos of Art and Performance by Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, and Desi American Artists

The fifth annual Asia North Exhibition and Festival opened Friday, May 5 with a joyous celebration featuring works and performances by regional APIMEDA artists at the Parlor and Motor House, located in the Station North Arts District

The British Post-Punk Rockers Talk Gentrification, DIY Scenes, Songwriting, and Rockstar-Aversion

An Interview with guitarist Sean Coyle-Smith from the band shame, playing the Ottobar

Photos from Ballroom Baltimore's Competition at Peabody Library

All the Moves, Sweat, Glitter, Fur, and Fashion You Can Handle: Photos from Baltimore Ballroom

A Fashion Show Featuring Designs by Republic, Strut, Ouftur, Waaah, Huey Brand, L.R.L. Clothing, Stock Market

A Photo Essay and Celebration of Baltimore's 25th Street’s Black-owned Clothing Brands

Marquis Clanton and the House of Vanity Partnered with Area Designers for a Wild Spectacle

On Saturday, February 18th Marquis Clanton presented Vanity Affair 3, a fashion show experience at the Chesapeake Arts Center in Brooklyn Park. Hosted by Desmond Handon, with music by DJ DYNCE, featuring Baltimore-based designers, members of The House of Vanity, and dancers from across the DMV.

Photos and an Interview with Ana Tantaros, Baltimore's "Saddest" Party Planner

"Blue Monday" has the dubious distinction of being the saddest day of the year, according to pseudo-science. One Baltimore photographer sees it as the perfect excuse to throw a party.

Celebrating Asian Culture in Baltimore's Inner Harbor in Photos by Elena Volkova

Baltimore’s Lunar Night Cultural Festival took place January 21 and 22, as a free weekend-long cultural event designed to embrace the richness of Asian culture and traditions through food and art in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and Lake Shore Park.

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