Professional Development & Career

Professional Development & Career

Talking Artists and Development with AS220 Co-Founder Bert Crenca by Bret McCabe Le Mondo plans to open a venue at 404 N. Howard St. this year. This space, called Mondo, ...

Highlights from Teaching MA MICA Graduate Thesis Exhibition by Amy Boone-McCreesh February marked the official start of MICA’s ambitious thesis exhibition schedule. MICA offers over fifteen different graduate programs across ...

Sharon Louden's New Book Explores the Impact of Artists Who Promote the Work of Other Artists by Cara Ober After an extensive book tour for her first publication, Living and Sustaining ...

Interview with Curator Kimberly Graham by Alexandra Oehmke For decades the late William Christenberry’s photographs of the Deep South have been championed by the art world. The photos show a ...

An Interview with John Paradiso by Paul Shortt John Paradiso blends craft, masculinity, and sexuality in fiber artworks that address male identity. His work confronts viewers with beefcake men, pansies ...

Hilary Hachey on Craft, Travel, and Showing Locally by Rebecca Juliette This weekend, Baltimore hosts the annual American Craft Council Show and, although it’s an international venue for all types of craft, our local ...

Controversy over Shepard Fairey's "We the People" Images at Westminster High School Displays Knee-Jerk Ignorance by Cara Ober I am a graduate of Westminster High School. I received a solid ...

Mark Melonas on Contemporary Craft, Teaching, and Owning a Creative Business in Baltimore by Rebecca Juliette This weekend, Baltimore hosts the annual American Craft Council Show and, although it's an international venue ...

Amy Boone-McCreesh talks to Painter David Ubias about Coffee, Naps, and A Philosophy of Simplicity Artist David Ubias is a Display Coordinator at Anthropologie by day, as well as a visual ...

An Interview with Scott Pennington by Rebecca Juliette Artists Work is a BmoreArt interview series that explores the work that artists do to make a living while they work on their ...

An Interview with Keisha Ransome, Fashion Designer and Vendor at the BMA's Creativity Exchange by Cara Ober Keisha Ransome is a Fashion Designer and the founder of 2live2love, a business she founded ...

Discerning Bogus Artistic Opportunities from Legitimate Ones by Cara Ober The other day I was tagged in a "professional development" post on Facebook that promised to show me how to "communicate ...

A Studio Visit with Art/Design Duo Plakookee: Rachel Dubuque and Justin Plakas by Amy Boone-McCreesh Rachel Dubuque and I met very briefly, last month, at an event at Open Works in ...

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 ...

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