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A Conversation with the Multimedia Artist and Activist on Her Dear Black Girl Project and the Power of Making Space for Community

"I was raised by a village and grew up in a multicultural environment, so community is the secret to my work's success."

The best weekly art openings, events, and calls for entry happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas.

City of Artists II at Connect + Collect; Jason Patterson and Thomas James in conversation at Banneker-Douglass Museum; opening reception for Heejo Kim & Markus Baldegger at Grimaldis Gallery; Bromo Art Walk + After Party; Andrew Thorp at Hotel Indigo, and more!

A Book for Art Nerds and Aficionados, as well as the Culturally Curious

Get the Picture: Bianca Bosker’s Journey Among Inspired Artists and Obsessive Art Fiends Who Taught Her How to See (February 2024 Viking)

Reflecting on the History of the American Labor Movement while Looking Ahead into the New Millenium 

Forged Together: Collective Action at the Baltimore Museum of Industry Reflects on the History of the American Labor Movement While Also Looking Ahead into the New Millenium    You hear, ...

Baltimore art news updates from independent & regional media

Duke Ellington's Baltimore legacy, SFMOMA announces Amy Sherald exhibition, Baltimore Brew + Baltimore Fishbowl + Baltimore Banner win journalism honors, a review of 'Cindy of Arc,' Joyce J. Scott featured in Artblog, with reporting from local and independent news sources.

National Pavilions Question their own Identities in a Globalized World

At the national pavilions there’s an appropriately diverse set of strategies for addressing the legacies of colonialism and immigration from both traumatic or optimistic perspectives. 

The best weekly art openings, events, and calls for entry happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas.

MICA Art Walk, Station North Art Walk, Crosscurrence at Current, Fashion Prose 1 at Creative Alliance, Megan Lewis sat Galerie Myrtis, and Alpha Female Fest, with a call for submissions for Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Festival and more featured opportunities!

Exhibits at Baltimore Jewelry Center, Clayworks, Peale, and CPM

Stories conjured in plastic, clay and wood: 4 art exhibits mix meaning and material

An Enchanted Evening at the Creative Alliance in Photos by E. Brady Robinson

On Saturday April 27, the Creative Alliance hosted their signature gala event: The Marquee Ball, Baltimore’s costume party to end all costume parties.

Baltimore art news updates from independent & regional media

Giulietta Pinna's treasure trove, MDFF screenings, René Treviño's must-see exhibition, Remington and Hampden festival redux's, Doomsday Poe Read-a-thon, Open Works and Coppin State's new partnership–with reporting from Baltimore Banner, Fishbowl, Brew, and other independent news sources

Orange Grove Dance's new performance, executed by human dancers and choreographed with Artificial Intelligence (AI), in review.

A&I, which launched on Friday, April 19th at The Voxel in Baltimore, combines experimental dance, ambient soundscapes, minimalist stage design, and innovative lighting techniques with a high-tech concept.

The best weekly art openings, events, and calls for entry happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas.

25th Maryland Film Fest, Cindy of Arc at Baltimore Theatre Project, Sherry Insley at Cotyledon Arts, Asia North opening event, Baltimore Crankie Festival, AVAM's Kinetic Sculpture Race -- PLUS SOLOS 2025 call for proposals at MOCA Arlington and more opportunities for exhibits and residencies!

This year the MdFF will emphasize emerging filmmakers and technologies, with an emphasis on local and global impact

Curator Adriano Pedrosa Celebrates Acts of Resistance, Independence, Vulnerability, and Joy in Spite of a Sick, Sad World

The 60th Venice Biennale takes on themes of displacement, environmental injustice, racism, colonialism, but also manages to avoid easy cliches by treating artists from marginalized backgrounds as individuals with agency.

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