Visual Art

Visual Art

Zeakness, hosted at Zika Farm, is a DIY skateboarding contest and a new Baltimore tradition

The future of Baltimore's DIY Community: Photos from Two Days of Skatebording on a DIY Mega Ramp and Music

The DC-based artist's new work explores community through reclaimed cultural practices around music and dance. 

Born in Puerto Rico and raised in Arlington, VA, Robles-Gordon returned to exhibit her work in San Juan, but the trip inspired a performance as the focus for her latest project

Exhibiting at the Creative Alliance's Main Gallery Through June 17

MJ Neuberger’s installation-based exhibition at the Creative Alliance centers on healing intergenerational race and gender-based trauma.

Studio Visits with Mariah Ave Williams, Kit Scott, Victoria Cho, and Suryaa Rangarajan

New Work and Conversation with MFA Candidates from the Hoffberger School of Painting, MFA in Filmmaking, Master of Arts in Teaching, and Masters of Illustration Programs at MICA

"Collected Things" Brings the Detritus of Luminaries from MICA, Baltimore, and Beyond to New York

It is remarkable how combining objects, each with its own lineage, can create brand new creative offspring.

The Baltimore-based Artist Will Guide the NY-based National Organization in its Next Chapter Supporting Socially Engaged Arts and Artists 

Zhang is planning on staying here, and splitting her time between Baltimore and New York

Current’s "Crip Algebra" and the Calculus of Accessibility

An international group show explores disability and networks of care. The exhibition closes this Sunday, June 4 with an artist talk and reception from 3 to 5 PM.

History Beyond the Keeping of Time

Duffield’s clocks helped to support the Protestant notion that one should always be doing, rather than simply being. And in that sense, he was an early architect of our own 24/7 culture, with its similar emphasis on the value of constant productivity.

Frieze's Move to Hudson Yards isn't Just a Faux Pas—It's Lending Cultural Cachet to the Right Wing

Who is behind this genius work of boundary-busting relational aesthetics? That would be Related Companies, a real estate behemoth that controls a staggering $60 billion worth of property and was founded by former tax attorney Stephen Ross, a friend and fundraiser to Donald Trump.

The Daughters of Yemen: A Photography Series by Anysa Saleh

Anysa Saleh’s photography challenges established methods around portraiture, but her practice is based largely around Yemeni cultural traditions and taboos.

An Uneven Edition Demonstrates New Models of Financial Sustainability, but also the Necessity of Curators

Never have I ever felt more like Thora Birch’s character in "Ghost World" rolling her eyes in mandatory summer school art class than in gallery number 3...

Party Photos from Our Magazine Release Party for Issue 15 at Woodberry Kitchen

BmoreArt's Issue 15 considers global influence in conjunction with unique aspects of regionalism, examining how disparate cultural elements become a part of our collective conversation.

Creator Christina Delgado envisions a platform for the Puerto Rican diaspora in Baltimore

As a Nuyorican – an individual with Puerto Rican heritage who was either born or raised in New York City – Delgado is proud of her Puerto Rican heritage and cultural experience.

Photos of the teams and sculptures as they get ready to compete in the annual Baltimore event

Each May, the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM) produces and hosts the East Coast Kinetic Sculpture Race Championship on the shore of Baltimore’s Harbor in central Maryland. 

Two Semesters of Research and Studio Practice Bear Fruit for MICA's Experimental Fashion Program

The Multi Media Event is one of MICA's must-see annual highlights, where student artists combine garments, sculpture, puppetry, and performance into a gesamtkunstwerk spectacle.

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