Living With Art
Living With Art
Filmmaker Marnie Ellen Hertzler and mixed-media artist Jackie Milad have each received an unrestricted $50,000 for projects through the 2024 “Wild Futures: Art, Culture, Impact” granting initiative.
Stellarium Jewelry, The Modest Florist, La Loupe Design, Studio JMCG Jewelry, Camp Small, New Vintage by Sam, Bazaar, Local Color Flowers, Baltimore Spirits Company, Taste This Cake, Sacred Ashes, Baltimore Print Studios, Personal Best Ceramics, Milkweed Ceramics, 228 Grant Street Candles, Baltimore
Baltimore’s Farmer’s Market Under the JFX - Plus a Summer Gazpacho Recipe
A Podcast-style recording of our May 25 Talk at C+C with the artists and architects, along with photos by Jill Fannon and Vivian Doering
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...
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.
“If you look at adaptive reuse projects, at least half of the building you need is already there,” Karla Brent says. “The energy that was needed to build that was used years ago,” whereas new building projects require production and shipment processes that create pollution and consume raw materials.
Emphasizing Maryland’s culinary traditions, while minimizing the impact of climate change, within the context of the Ivy Hotel
Located in Potomac, Maryland, a museum that tends to its outdoor environments as much as the indoor ones that house much of the art.
Established on a quiet block in the intimate north Baltimore neighborhood of Waverly, The Last Resort Artist Retreat (TLRAR) will offer Black creatives curated experiences in communal spaces that emphasize a renewed regard for rest, rejuvenation, and cross-disciplinary exchange.
To list the items that Riddleberger has saved from landfills would take a building as large as the 1885 gas company “valve house” in South Baltimore where he keeps his collection of curios: an architectural salvage business called Housewerks.
Timmons is especially drawn to pieces rendered by artists based in or affiliated with Baltimore: Amy Sherald, Elizabeth Talford Scott, Jerrell Gibbs, Mequitta Ahuja, Derrick Adams, and Devin Allen, among many others.