Visual Art

Visual Art

Madeline Wheeler Reviews Don't Knock the Block: A Burlesque Hall of Fame Legends Fundraiser at Ottobar If neo-burlesque is a testament to anything, it is that any household object—be it ...

Community Arts, Hoffberger School of Painting, Mount Royal School of Art, Photographic and Electronic Media, and Rinehart School of Sculpture by Amy Boone- McCreesh The Community Arts thesis shows are ...

Freddie Gray Protests, Cleanup, and Community Efforts in Baltimore: Video shot by Daniel Contaldo on Friday, May 1, 2015.

As a white person, I am struggling with the question of my own relevance in the face of recent events in Baltimore. Paraphrasing No Boundaries, “Voices of those most directly ...

BmoreArt’s Picks presents the best weekly art openings, events, and performances happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas. For a more comprehensive perspective, check the BmoreArt Calendar page, which includes ongoing exhibits and performances, ...

One factoid that stands out: In eight Baltimore neighborhoods the life expectancy is lower than that of Syria. Here's another from the Washington Post: There are 15 Baltimore neighborhoods with ...

Madeline Wheeler Reviews Timelapse, Maryland Institute College of Art's 22nd Annual Benefit Fashion Show When attending a fashion show, the decisions regarding your own wardrobe choices can be crippling. I ...

Freddie Gray Protest Photos from Friday, May 1 in Baltimore by Taylor DeBoer  

As Michael Farley noted in a candid piece written earlier this week, the place of art criticism in a city wracked by protests and partitioned by phalanxes of armed vehicles ...

On April 12th, West Baltimorean Freddie Gray was arrested, manhandled, and packed into a paddy wagon. Amateur video of the scene shows him screaming, legs dragging limply on the ground. After ...

Beatboxer Sho’dekeh Talifero Has Lots to Say But Keeps His Secrets by Julianne Wilson His remarkable talent for imitating his sound environment has won him the nickname “The Human Beatbox.” ...

April 29, 2015 On Wednesday, more than a thousand of people gathered in Baltimore for a Student Protest to demonstrate that we can all ‪#‎bmoreunited‬ for change, to stand up for ‪#‎justiceforfreddiegray‬, and ...

A Community Comes Together to Celebrate Baltimore, Clean Up Debris, and Test the Curfew Theresa Keil and Larry Cohen are TLC Baltimore, a team of Baltimore-based photojournalists who capture all sorts of events, ...

MICA Professor Nate Larson and a group of photography students took to the Baltimore streets near MICA on Tuesday, April 28 to document and help with the clean up efforts ...

Nate Larson Documents the Civilian Wall at North Ave and Pennsylvania, April 28, 2015 Earlier today, I photographed the #Baltimore protests at North Avenue & Pennsylvania Avenue with my students ...

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