Photo Essay

Photo Essay

The memories that our mothers' wardrobes hold

We slip on a jacket and slide into a part of them.

An interview with three of the twelve students participating in the annual show

MICA's Annual Benefit Fashion Show returned in person for the first time since the pandemic started.

Amateurs and professionals, ages 4-81, compete in the athletic world of dancesport

In the 1990s, ballroom dance organizations adopted the term Dancesport in a global effort to be a part of the Olympic games.

Women's first-round CIAA Championships: Virginia Union vs. Claflin

Moves, thrills, and sportsmanship as Baltimore hosts the 2021-22 CIAA Men's and Women's Basketball Championships

Valentines Day Looks Served Up by Doubledutch Boutique in Photos by E. Brady Robinson

Whether you see yourself in the Lupercalia "wild party bacchanalia" camp this year or as a more traditional St. Valentines martyr-loving romantic, today is an opportunity to express yourself with color and style in a celebration of all kinds of love.

Grief and Gratitude in a Photo Essay by Jill Fannon from the February 2 Memorial

Mourning the loss of Lt. Paul Butrim, Lt. Kelsey Sadler, and firefighter Kenny Lacayo, three firefighters who died in the line of duty in January

A Photo Essay by Greg McKay

Baltimore in winter is a seesaw from tropical to arctic and everything in between, but when it snows it is nothing short of magical.

Brandi Lewis' upcycled wearable art, photographed by Jazzy Studios

"Art is something we see, passion is what we feel, and your craft is something you’re born with. They all stem from the heart."

A Year in Photos by Jill Fannon

At the cusp of a new year, it feels important to look back and take stock, to record the past year the only way we know how: through the vision and work of an artist, in this case Baltimore-based photographer Jill Fannon.

Photos from behind the scenes at the Baltimore School for the Arts Nutcracker Ballet

Nearly 40 years ago, Baltimore School for the Arts started an annual winter tradition to perform the Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker featuring high school and TWIGS dancers in the BSA’s grand ballroom.

A Baltimore Holiday Photo Essay by Joe Cardamone

Seasonal Favorites: NIght time images of the annual monument lighting ceremony in Mount Vernon and the "Miracle" on 34th Street

Photographers E. Brady Robinson and Kenzie Barnes braved the elements (the unseasonably warm day) to capture the merry festivities

On Sunday, December 5, streets around the Hampden and Medfield neighborhoods shut down to make way for the holiday floats, dance troupes, marching bands, adorable/terrifying enormous balloon characters, various Santas, reindeer, hot Grinches, Krampus, and the Mayor, of course.

A photo essay of fun and stylish lewks from Baltimore's premier vintage shopping event

The 2021 Baltimore Vintage Expo is the perfect environment to showcase a range of advanced sartorial decisions and fashion-forward individuals.

Courtney Richeson's series presents varied ecological regions and built environments

The Views from the Train series mimics the contemplative act of looking out the window and speculating on the various ways of living in the world

Rebecca Marimutu is a contemporary photographer and interdisciplinary artist whose work explores the self, identity, and materiality

Both analog and digital, Marimutu’s photo collages reveal a process of self discovery and self representation through the active manipulating and reconfiguring of material into sculptural figures.

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