Issue 11: Comfort
Issue 11: Comfort
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.
Nicole Dyer has an intimate knowledge of scarcity and overindulgence, and her exuberant canvases, papier-mâché sculptures, and installations explore the universal hunt for satisfaction through depictions of everyday products from the supermarket that surround us.
Cho describes herself as a convergence of art and science, an artist and environmental scientist who wants to blur the boundaries between her fields through her compelling acrylic paintings.
By displaying contemporary works by African and diasporic artists with objects of historical measure into a setting for conversation, gatherings, and family, the Ojikutus have built a life around art devoid of the artificial distinctions that most museums have perpetuated for centuries
Through his work, Chyno constructs better realities not only for himself but for many other people in this city.
Young is a Baltimore native and founder of B-360, an organization designed to enhance STEM education, engage community, and strengthen the workforce, all through the beloved pastime of dirt bike riding and maintenance.
Fulton wants Sophomore to be a place for people to have experiences—some of them hopefully a little more profound than my remembrance of being sweaty and late—a place where friends can gather and conversations can be sparked.
Painter Monica Ikegwu’s goal is to take “ordinary people and make them into art in the ordinary clothes that they're wearing.
The BOPA Visual Arts Specialist and ICA Director is always looking for artists just under the radar, who have been making their work here for some time perhaps without a lot of recognition.