Visual Art

Visual Art

At the Baltimore Jewelry Center, Toelke Considers her Subject as Image, Sculpture, and Found Object

True to its title, the solo show features a playful sampling of Toelke’s varied mediums and practices—from bold, colorful works on paper depicting jewels to actual jewelry, such as pendants, rings, and a new take on the vintage charm bracelet.

Opioid Wakes posits the subject of drug overdose and loss at the center of this exhibition.

There are so many rich and meaningful layers of complexity in this exhibit, its inspiration, and its significance, both for those directly impacted, and more universally, by drug overdose and opioid addiction.

The Irish Artist is Solas Nua's Inaugural Norman Houston Multidisciplinary Award Recipient

The artworks in "someone decides, hawk or dove" take their visual note from artefacts, architecture, flags, and musical instruments that point to a collective ongoing reckoning with the global colonial project.

Artscape 2023 Highlights, Maps, Public Art, and Indoor Venues

How do we evaluate Artscape's success? After a three year hiatus, Artscape returns with leadership placing our creative economy at the center of their story.

Beth-Ann Wilson's Highlandtown-Born Art Space Brings Diverse Programing to its New Home by Penn Station

Celebrate the new home of Night Owl Gallery with a paper cutting workshop tonight, Wednesday September 20th, from artist Rosa Leff, and reception Friday, September 22nd.

An Interview with Joseph Orzal and How the Upcoming Fundraiser Reflects His Mission

On September 23rd, Hand to Eye: A Print Fundraiser for NoMüNoMü will release exclusive, limited-edition portfolios, including 14 works by local artists.

August Art Walk in Station North Arts District's Greenmount West Area

Photos from Open Works, Area 405, Gallery CA, Night Owl Gallery, the Style Lounge Boutique, and more!

An Exhibition and a Weekend of Events Celebrate the Diversity of Gender Expression

Rhizome DC hosts a Saturday art market and Sunday panel discussion in celebration of their current exhibition "Existence as Protest: The Art of Trans, Queer, and Gender Expansive Experience."

Amos Badertscher’s Photography Survey at UMBC Captures Baltimore’s Queer Underground from the 1960s to the early 2000s

The images in Lost Boys can feel haunting, due to the deaths of both author and subjects. But in the end, this is a show that generates considerable power from the process of making present.

A Homecoming to Puerto Rico Offers the Chance to Check-in on the Island's Cultural Institutions

Visits to two museums in San Juan: the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico and the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico

Kris Kudrnac Talks About the Aesthetic Objects Which Form His Roots and Ground Him in Place

Among art collectors, Kudrnac is ecumenical and unpredictable, unusual because of his willingness to trust his own instincts and to invest generously, including objects considered craft and furniture.

Founder and Owner, Craig Reinauer Welcomes Exploration and Joy

To the naked eye, the Castle is a watering hole for stickers, stamps, and watercolors (for the Lumieres and Cogsworths of arts and crafts). But, beneath the surface, it’s so much more.

Rice makes art that fills in this gap in our brains and busts open the myth of innocence around whiteness in America.

Rice’s work is so successful because she uses documents, data, maps, and other tools that create the foundation of her lived experiences as a middle-aged white woman in America to create large-scale, labor-intensive, craft-based pieces whose effect is simultaneously visual and conceptual.

A Tribe Called Run, A Baltimore Running Collective

What I love about running and specifically about running with A Tribe Called Run is just this: everything you can see and learn on a long run in Baltimore.

The 6th Bromo Art Walk will end in an epic after party from 9pm-12am at the newly renovated M&T Bank Exchange

RSVP for the next Bromo Art Walk taking place on Thursday, August 24 from 5-9pm

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