Rebekah Kirkman is BmoreArt's Managing Editor. An artist, writer, and editor, Rebekah earned her BFA at MICA and later worked for the Baltimore City Paper as the visual arts editor, intern manager, and fact-checking coordinator from 2014 to 2017. She writes criticism, essays, and profiles with a strong interest in social/political concerns surrounding the arts. Her freelance work has appeared in the Baltimore Beat, Baltimore Fishbowl, The Outline, and elsewhere. Email Rebekah to talk about editorial stuff at email@example.com.
Stories by Rebekah Kirkman
Baltimore City's law department says the union and the museum have “a complicated dispute” over what it means under federal law for their right to unionize.
The Guild’s original animating purpose—to encourage curiosity about clay, push craftsmanship, and, perhaps most vitally, sustain a community clay studio—continues to motivate its membership.
“We wouldn’t be out here if we didn’t have a really good reason,” said Elizabeth Norman, an organizing committee member of Walters Workers United, which wants to create a wall-to-wall union for the museum's operational staff.