Professional Development & Career

Professional Development & Career

On a warm, late July evening, Julianne Hamilton and Michael Benevento are preparing for a party.  A big one.  Three years since they initially set out to purchase the building ...

Sharayna Christmas Creates Opportunities for Baltimore Youth to Dance, Travel, and Heal

When Sharayna Christmas says the word “dance,” body and movement are in the backseat, discipline of the mind is riding passenger, and spirituality is behind the wheel.

Mary Fissell is relatively new to this. A long-time professor of 17th- and 18th-century English history at Johns Hopkins University, Fissell is also a metalworker, primarily making wearable and nonwearable ...

Carlyn Thomas has 200 songs in the notes app on her phone, should she find herself under the aging disco balls of Baltimore’s beloved dives on a random Tuesday or ...

An artist and arts producer creating platforms for the artist to look their best

The BOPA Visual Arts Specialist and ICA Director is always looking for artists just under the radar, who have been making their work here for some time perhaps without a lot of recognition.

Jani Hileman didn’t intend to be a ceramist but some things are inevitable. “I always thought as a kid if I got really good at one thing, I could do ...

Connect + Collect III with Doreen Bolger and Taha Heydari

We discussed ethical relationships between artists, collectors, and galleries; strategies for exhibiting across the country and internationally; collecting at Baltimore-based art, and more.

Stephanie Williams is interested in dismemberment. Despite this, within seconds of arriving at her studio I felt immediately at home, wrapping myself in one of her soft sculptures and taking ...

Wesley T. Brown isn’t interested in doing anything the easy way. The 28-year-old current resident at Baltimore Clayworks used to work toward creating obsessively uniform pottery. When he perfected that, ...

Installation artist Megan Koeppel is interested in materiality above all else. Using pulverized paper pulp from her day job and textile scraps sourced entirely from SCRAP B-more, Koeppel challenges herself ...

An Interview with painter, installation artist, singer/bassist of Natural Velvet

Ostermann’s visual art functions as a commentary on and celebration of celebrity culture and so-called feminine touches like roses and lipstick. Her paintings often mash up imagery of specific objects, like Kim Kardashian’s engagement ring, with stand-ins for fertility and farce, like sliced oranges

A Conversation With Artist Sandy Rodriguez

Through her investigative, bio-regional maps, artist Sandy Rodriguez engages a multitude of narratives across dimensions and time periods, inviting viewers to challenge power.

International Art English has enforced a hermeticism of contemporary art that is not particularly healthy

As a pragmatist and the editor of an independent publication that collaborates with artist groups and cultural institutions, I see so much room for improvement in the language and accessibility employed to attract new audiences

Revisiting Carolee Schneemann’s Candor and Intellect Editor's Note: This interview was published first at Hyperallergic on March 19, 2019.   In 1975, a beautiful, naked 36-year-old woman stood in front ...

Keeping Hydrated, Watching Out for the "Art History Vipers," and Loving Joyce J. Scott's Keynote at CAA's 2019 NY Conference Every two years, museum professionals and professors of art history ...

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