Exhibits at Project 1628, Maryland Art Place, and Julio Fine Arts Gallery at Loyola
The experience of viewing Light Engagement, Carol Miller Frost’s solo show at C. Grimaldis Gallery, is anything but what its title implies.
"[Painters are] constantly trying to find new ways of presenting these symbols for the eye to interpret, but also let them become their own thing. But then this AI comes along, and look! It can just do it in a few seconds!"
In an economic and political environment where artists are accustomed to scarcity, the notion of excess space is indeed otherworldly.
"While exploring new hobbies, I came across new materials [and] I had collected ideas over the years that I had always hoped to explore."
The residency gives artists access to the Pratt’s archives as well as the Parkway’s resources, along with the ability to publicly present their research.
Remembering how empowered skating made her feel as a girl, she hit the streets, meeting up with friends and eventually a wider network of female-identifying Baltimore skaters.
Lauren Frances Adams, Mequitta Ahuja, LaToya M. Hobbs, and Cindy Cheng received significant project support from the BMA to create new bodies of work.
With 17 different venues and a map in hand, I moved in currents and countercurrents over the course of my 11-day visit and still didn’t see it all.
"I think fundamentally artists are always interested in what comes next—what happens if I push this idea further, what happens if I try this new material, etc."
Warm Winter Looks from Two Beloved Remington-based Centres of Unique Baltimore Fashion
Cheon’s practice is rooted in the tradition of activism and protest central to the history of modern Korea.