Visual Art

Visual Art

This painting technique is also one of deliberate migration, called a “nomad” mark by the artist

Heydari's visual algorithms calculate a daily experience of chaotic disorientation

An original immersive event series at the National Aquarium that inspires connection to nature and celebrates all things Baltimore

Voyages: Chapter 3 celebrates the healing power of water through soul-provoking art installations from award-winning artist Nicoletta Daríta de la Brown

From a Memorial for Victims of State Violence to Marxist Chickens, Abigail Lucien, Nekisha Durrett, and Kyrae Dawaun aren't Afriaid to get Political

Exhibition of the 2023 Sondheim Finalists at The Walters: Abigail Lucien, Nekisha Durrett, and Kyrae Dawaun   Introduction   In the 18th annual Janet & Walter Sondheim Award Finalists Exhibition, ...

A Photographer and Filmmaker on the Rituals of Image Creation

One of McKone’s pieces from first last light is on view through August 12 in Richmond, VA as part of Candela’s Gallery’s annual juried and invitational show UnBound12!

Envisioning a future that is better than our present in garments, images, and performance

For over a decade, Corona's work has touched on themes of displacement and arrival and their cyclical nature

Cheng has expanded her art practice through clay and jewelry-making in recent years

Born in Hong Kong and raised in Vancouver and Hawaii as a child, the Baltimore-based artist says her study of conspiracism helps her to better understand American culture.

Nigerian-American Photographer and Video Artist Examines the Multiplicities of Presence

Chuks places particular emphasis on the past/present and individual/community; his dynamic portraits are synchronous explorations of self and subject.

After a Nearly Year-Long Hiatus, Waller Gallery's first Show Post-Renovation is a Welcome Reminder of the Space's Necessity

"Surviving the One" by Roberto Dyea (AKA Tsi Yoo Nah) closes this Saturday, June 22nd. It marks the first show at the new and improved Waller Gallery since the gallery closed for renovations last September.

Studio Visits with Songyhun Moon, Shruti Balasubramanian, Sara Austin, Ashton Phillips, and Arson Navarro

Learn more about recent MA and MFA Graduates from MICA's Mount Royal School of Art, MA in Graphic Design (MAGD), MFA in Graphic Design (GDMFA), Studio Art Summer Low-Residency MFA (MFAST), and Photography + Media & Society

A Baltimore-based fashion designer who imbues her home culture of Nigeria into elegant garments

Spirited Afro-futuristic designs that encapsulate a love for culture and home country, utilizing bold pattern fabrics designed just for her in Nigeria.

Rubys Grants to provide over $250,000 to 18 new projects across the four disciplines, as well as introducing new areas of funding, alumni grants, and microgrants

The 2023 Rubys Artist Grants will support individual artists and the creation of innovative and experimental projects that have significant impact across the Performing Arts, Media Arts, Visual Arts, and Literary Arts

Bright Color Contrasts with An Emotional Burden to Process Loss and Find Solace

A Visual Artist Explores the Loss of Her Mother in Dramatic, Color-Filled Expressive Canvasses

Jessy, a self-taught painter, began to use art to explore the racial mixing at the heart of their family

Hearing the term migration, what do you envision? Is migration just that one journey from point A to point B, that physical journey, or is it more? Is it lifelong?

The Illustrator, Printmaker, and Visual Storyteller Invites Metamorphosis and the Itch to Play

Kumar’s intricate and varied artistic/academic background is reflected in her wide-ranging practice. She says she finds art particularly exciting when it functions as a tool for “reinvention.”

Studio Visits with Mama Sallah, Sandy Cheng, Alejandro Aquilar Canela, and 秋秋 Qiu Qiu

Studio Visits with Mama Sallah, Rinehart School of Sculpture, Sandy Cheng, CPMFA, Alejandro Aquilar Canela, MFA in Illustration, 秋秋 Qiu Qiu, MFA Community Arts

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