Professional Development & Career

Professional Development & Career

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 ...

A Book Review of Jarrett Earnest’s What It Means to Write About Art by Kerr Houston There was a time, not so long ago, when it was common to speak of ...

A Discussion of For Freedoms, the Largest Creative Collaboration in American History, with Hank Willis Thomas at MICA by Cara Ober Hank Willis Thomas is one of those rare artists ...

An Interview with Meleko Mokgosi by Michael Anthony Farley Meleko Mokgosi’s triumphant Baltimore Museum of Art exhibition Acts of Resistance closes this weekend. It’s not an exaggeration to say that ...

Cara Ober Interviews with Pope of Trash at his retrospective at the Baltimore Museum of Art

Indecent Exposure offers a distinctly Waters-esqe aesthetic and campy humor, with hundreds of images collaged from myriad film stills, as well as photography, sculpture, sound work, video, and a flower photo that will squirt water if you come too close.

As, Not For: Dethroning our Absolutes curated by Jerome Harris Explores the Work of Black Graphic Designers by A.F. Oehmke Today, it is impossible to look at any cultural industry ...

An interview with 2017 Maryland Teacher of the Year, Sia Kyriakakos by Catalina Sofia Dansberger Duque Athanasia Kyriakakos (Sia) remembers dancing with her father years ago at a Greek party. ...

Takeaways from the 2018 Baltimore Artist Retreat from Participating Artists and Consultants by Cara Ober My first summer camp experience was magical and transformative. It was an art camp organized ...

An Interview with Muralist Team Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn by Elena Kindy Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn are a Baltimore-based artist duo tackling large spaces through collaborative, geometric and colorful ...

ReModel Speaker Series March 29: An Introduction by Cara Ober For many artists, the relationship between the artist and art gallery is a dream within an enigma wrapped inside a ...

An Interview with Claudia La Rocco, Open Space Editor-in-Chief by Cara Ober I discovered SFMOMA’s Open Space, “a hybrid, interdisciplinary publishing platform for artists, writers, et al.” the way we ...

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