Professional Development & Career

Professional Development & Career

L.A. to New York, to Washington: The Dwan Gallery at the National Gallery by Kerr Houston In one of the last rooms of the National Gallery’s impressive Los Angeles to New ...

A Studio Visit with Mixed Media Artist Zoë Charlton by Amy Boone-McCreesh Zoë Charlton is a well-known fixture in the Baltimore and DC art scenes, though before our studio visit she and ...

Rebecca Nagle, Co-Founder of FORCE and Member of the Cherokee Nation, on recent art-based interventions in Union Station and at the Dakota Access Pipeline by Cara Ober "Is this road blocked?" Rebecca Nagle ...

How a Sociologist and Author Demystifies the Art World by Cara Ober If you’ve ever wanted to be a fly on the wall of a famous artist’s studio, to hear all ...

Liz Donadio Interviews Connie Imboden Connie Imboden was first introduced to photography at the age of 17 in a class at MICA. Since then, she has always used the camera to ...

A Studio Visit with NY-based Painter Elizabeth Glaessner by Amy Boone-McCreesh I have been fortunate to receive a wave of studio time this year.  With prolonged working sessions and a lot of ...

In May of 2016, the BMA announced a new director: 39-year old Christopher Bedford, formerly the director of the Rose Museum at Brandeis. He started in August and during his ...

Talking to Current Space About Buying their Forever Home by Michael B. Tager Current Space is a local arts collective that is "committed to showcasing, developing, and broadening the reach of artists ...

Advice for Artists and Visitors for the annual School 33 Open Studio Tour by Cara Ober Although an art gallery is still, arguably, the best place to experience an artist’s ...

New Door Creative's Michelle Talibah Interviewed by Angela N. Carroll New Door Creative is one of the coolest Baltimore galleries you have probably never heard of. For over a decade, ...

Rebecca Juliette Interviews Sanzi Kermes Artists Work is a BmoreArt interview series that explores the work that artists do to make a living while they work on their ‘real work’ – ...

Bret McCabe interviews John Berndt Musician, composer, artist, and general cultural explorer John Berndt has been participating in Baltimore's underground arts communities since the early 1980s. A co-founder and co-organizer ...

The FreeSpace Collective engages with DC Public Library's new Maker-In-Residence (MIR) program to culminate in a show at Flashpoint Gallery by Eames Armstrong   Access to photocopy machines and printers is still ...

A Conversation with Rosemary Liss by Emma Jo Shatto Rosemary Liss creates artwork that explores her relationship to nourishment and food. I was fortunate to sit down with her following ...

Coworking in Baltimore Has Never Been More Beautiful by Cat Thomas Just a few blocks away from North Avenue, CoLab has a central location in the city’s Old Goucher neighborhood. Walk ...

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