All proceeds go directly to Baltimore Action Legal Team, an organization that offers legal services to protesters and has been operating a bail fund since April 2015
The Delaware Contemporary will celebrate Stepping Out to Step In, Chromati’s Platform Gallery commission with a public “drive-thru” opening from 5 to 8 pm on Friday, June 19.
Like Afrofuturists before her, Cheatam carries on the legacy through her evolving studio practice, through her daily existence, and through elements that incorporate her training as a filmmaker.
Issue 09: Craft celebrates Baltimore’s incredible makers, visionary artists, and creative businesses
A discussion with five Baltimore-based artists whose art practices have been affected by coronavirus
Featuring UMBC, MICA, Bowie State, and more
FOLLOWING is a series of profiles and interviews of the art world social media accounts that make us think, laugh, cry, love, or sometimes just “like.”
The antidote to the greed and selfishness that got us all here is kindness and compassion. They say that begins at home. Lucky us.
In this weird and surreal time of social distancing and self-isolation, a stranger’s voice can feel like a warm invitation.
Look no further than these Baltimore- and DC-based galleries and artist-run spaces currently selling affordable art.
We all expended a tremendous amount of labor—myself, the artists, art handlers, the gallery director, friends, family—to get the show open. And now, the result of COVID-19 is that effort sits in a gallery unviewed.