Rahne Alexander

Rahne Alexander

Cultural Critic

Rahne Alexander is an interdisciplinary artist and writer from Baltimore, working in video, music, painting, and performance. She is an alumna of the Intermedia + Digital Arts MFA at UMBC ’21 and 2021 Baker Artist Awardee. More at rahne.com.

Stories by Rahne Alexander
A Baltimore Art Community Collage Compiled by Rahne Alexander with Jared Earley and Russell Hite

In the days after her devastating and untimely passing in early December 2023, friends, peers, and artistic partners shared anecdotes reflecting on the breadth and versatility of Elena Johnston the person, the artist, and her body of work spanning multiple genres.

A Photographer and Filmmaker on the Rituals of Image Creation

One of McKone’s pieces from first last light is on view through August 12 in Richmond, VA as part of Candela’s Gallery’s annual juried and invitational show UnBound12!

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.

An Artist's Growth from Architectural Illustration to Herbalism

“All buildings are living systems, and I wanted to live in a building where the builder ⁄ designer knows and feels this in their bones.”