Shan Wallace at JHU, CityLit presents Joy Harjo and Brendan Basham at Chesapeake Shakespeare Theater, Annalisa Dias at UMBC CIRCA, Gaylord Torrence lectures at Evergreen Museum, the 2nd Annual Baltimore Fine Art Print Fair, closing reception for Ainsley Burrows at Creative Alliance, and more!
“Find your life’s passion, make your life’s work, and give back to others.”
There was a lot happening on the internet this week.
BmoreArt's team grows to include new editors, a designer-in-residence, media and gallery coordinators, and a video intern
Magnet Fishing "Meetups," 2023 Sondheim Semifinalists, CityLit 2023 Festival, Printmaker Jacques Callot, changes at the Jewish Museum of Maryland, three new exhibitions at the BMA, eight new restaurants in Hampden, and more reporting from local, independent publications.
Cramer began exploring mushrooms after years of creating myopic biological imagery and a constant worry about humanity’s impact on the environment.
Alyssa Dennis opening at Quinn Evans, WYPR's Tom Hall in conversation with authors Susan Magsamen and Ivy Ross at the BMA, closing reception for Adam Stab and Jordan Tierney at Connect + Collect, Anysa Saleh, Greg Fletcher, & Schaun Champion Emerge opening reception at Bromo Arts Tower, and more!
In Plan B, currently on view at the Rebecca Myers Gallery at Cross Keys through the end of March, artists and jewelers address contemporary reproductive politics using a form from ancient pottery: the Greek amphora.
The internet was good, but also a little shocking, this week.
“I came back to oil, my first love, because it's how I move—it's slow, rich, flexible and giving. I needed this generosity and consistency after so much searching.”
Crust by Mack moves into Harborplace, MICA's money trouble, Bria Sterling-Wilson's EBONY cover, 'To Kill a Mockingbird' at the Hippodrome, reviews of 'I Got a Monster,' and more reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, Baltimore Beat, Baltimore Banner, Baltimore Magazine, and more
This year marks the 20th annual CityLit Festival. And for the first time since the pandemic, the panels, readings, and performances will be fully back in person. It will be a three-day, three-venue event taking place March 25th, 28th, and 31st.
This Week: Camille Kashaka moderates "Women at the Helm" panel at Motor House, BCPSS Exhibition at the BMA, Pia Brancaccio lectures on Buddhist art for the Walters, Tahir Hemphill's Rap Research Lab closing event at UMBC CADVC, Elizabeth Talford Scott exhibition reception at Goya, and more!
“If you look at adaptive reuse projects, at least half of the building you need is already there,” Karla Brent says. “The energy that was needed to build that was used years ago,” whereas new building projects require production and shipment processes that create pollution and consume raw materials.
I was excited by the internet this week!