Issue 14: Environment

Issue 14: Environment

The MD Zoo in Baltimore is a global leader in animal and habitat conservation programs

“People don’t always understand how important zoos are at helping animal populations survive in the wild because a lot of that work goes unseen.”

A Curator Carves Out Space for artists at the Black Artist Research Space

Established in 2020, BARS is a haven for Black artists and culture movers that exists far beyond its own walls and expands in every direction.

An architecture major before she pursued fiber arts, Jeon seeks motifs from the simplicity of hanok, plain lines constructing its shape.

Isn’t sustainability the ultimate community care, a tender wish to live and survive together?

On healing through art, the landscape's influence, and material problem-solving

Working with everything from moss and money plant membranes to artificial ivy and metal, Laura Amussen creates thematic exhibitions around singular ideas, such as the buoyancy of water as a metaphor for overcoming struggle.

A Ceramics Artist Living Thousands of Miles from Home Shares Her Love of Fashion, Ice Cream, Raw Clay, and her "Art Family"

Koh is a Hamiltonian Fellow in Washington DC, but originally studied fine arts at Hongik University in Seoul, and later earned an MFA from Alfred University in New York

On museum unions, getting to know a city by walking, and designed structures

For Mangus, an artist, writer, and museum guard, space for reflection is essential to a strong end result.

Photos from BmoreArt's Nov. 10 Magazine Release Party

Our release parties are an extension of our mission: to create a network of collaborators, to elevate the arts, and to build community through arts and culture

On abstracting the domestic, home improvement as curation, and being both a mentor and a mentee

Livi is an artist who moves between media seamlessly, always seeking out material that speaks to the domestic space and figuring out how to manipulate it after.

For decades, Salamé has been researching and creating subtle, intelligent artworks around the issue of climate change.

For the artist, distortion of the image reflects the fear of dehumanizing and delegitimizing the real-world phenomena occurring around us.

How the artist balances athletic, energetic personal work with a bustling creative business

Walker hitchhiked to Baltimore at age 18 and fell in love with the architecture and culture of the city immediately.