Maura Callahan

Maura Callahan


Maura Callahan is a writer living in Baltimore and a graduate student of contemporary American art history at the University of Maryland, College Park. The recipient of the 2018 Toni Beauchamp Prize in Critical Art Writing, Maura has published art criticism in BmoreArt, Momus, Hyperallergic, Burnaway, Gulf Coast, and artnet News. She previously served as deputy editor at the Baltimore Beat and Performing Arts Editor at City Paper.

Stories by Maura Callahan
A Workshop of Our Own is a woodshop specifically for women and gender-nonconforming craftspeople to work and learn new skills

Now in its third year, WOO boasts approximately a hundred active members who use the shop, including three resident woodworkers who rent studio space in the building to run their businesses.

In the museum’s effort to foreground experience over spectacle, the pendulum swings too far

In truth, I am drawn to Glenstone for the same reasons I question its efficacy.

Nora Sturges and Jackie Milad at C. Grimaldis Gallery

At C. Grimaldis Gallery, two solo exhibitions by Baltimore-based artists Nora Sturges and Jackie Milad repurpose cultural iconographies.

While perhaps their reputed safeguarding properties were not enough to save the building entirely, a believer might credit the relics for the towers, the flying buttresses, and the rose windows remaining, incredibly, intact.