Rebekah Kirkman

Rebekah Kirkman

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

Stories by Rebekah Kirkman
The LLC, 405-417 East Oliver Street Partners, closed on the four-story, 71,744-square-foot building for $3.8 million

The legendary Greenmount West artist studio and exhibition space, owned and operated by artists since 2002, was sold to an LLC formed by the nonprofit Central Baltimore Partnership and real estate developer Ernst Valery on March 8, 2022.

Month-long workshops and discussions that underscore the importance of craft, storytelling, and community

Spread out over the month of March with live and virtual events, the 2022 festival's keynote speaker is Nikole Hannah-Jones.

The new magazine features manifestos, portraits by Schaun Champion, and more info on the critical reading and writing program for Black girls

Taking the form of poems, essays, letters, and stories, the manifestos are sometimes loud, as if shouted through a bullhorn, while others read like a prayer, a setting of intention.

Four Baltimore-based women artists handily exceed expectations when given an opportunity at the Baltimore Museum of Art

Lauren Frances Adams, Mequitta Ahuja, LaToya M. Hobbs, and Cindy Cheng received significant project support from the BMA to create new bodies of work.