This week's news includes: a tribute to Valerie Maynard, two Maryland lawmakers introduce The National Council of African-American History and Culture Act, Midway's last days on The Block, and more reporting from WYPR, Maryland Matters, The AFRO and other local and independent news sources.
New Works, Baltimore’s own showcase of experimental, adventurous short filmmaking returns this week to bring together filmmakers and cineastes alike.
This Week: a reception for Baltimore Community Foundation Gallery's inaugural exhibition, Lavett Ballard, Monica Ikegwu, and Megan Lewis give an artist talk for Galerie Myrtis, Open Works 6th anniversary, 2022 Doors Open Baltimore kick-off celebration, William Cordova at the BMA, and more!
Aesthetic intimacy shifts us from positions of consumer-consumable into the relational reciprocity that can shift the way we perceive art and artists.
Highlights: Stop giving money to Shaun King, Brett Favre is a welfare queen, Khadija Mbowe looks at the history of stans, JULIA BULLOCK, Mahsa Amini protests, Real Life Magazine ceases operations, Tyler James Williams and Abbott Elementary, and Adam Levine's (allegedly) bad sexting.
No longer an athlete, or even a die-hard sports fan, Donahue is more concerned with the storytelling aspects of sports.
This week's news includes: the passing of Valerie Maynard, Diamon Fisher, actress Moses Ingram, Adnan Syed released from prison, and more reporting from Baltimore Beat, Serial Podcast, Baltimore Brew, Baltimore Fishbowl, and other local and independent media sources
Walker hitchhiked to Baltimore at age 18 and fell in love with the architecture and culture of the city immediately.
This Week: Kevin Tervala lectures on Abstraction and African Art, BmoreArt’s Jeffrey Kent and Cara Ober in conversation with Devin Allen and Bill Gaskins, Jo Smail opening reception at Goya Contemporary, Plein Air Painting at Evergreen, John Waters at MCHC, Sister Corita Kent at Goucher, and more!
The book's title, River’s Dream, comes from Hatleberg's desire for his child to be able to enter the same dream state of heightened perception he himself works in.
I kinda liked the internet this week… it had me thinking.
Curated by Kader Attia and titled Still Here!, this year’s edition mulls the lasting impacts of colonialism, modernity, globalization, and ecological exploitation and collapse—as well as dozens of tangentially related ills.
Although this will be his first in-person performance with High Zero, Chacon performed in High Zero’s virtual festival in 2020 with Tatsuya Nakatani and Carlos Santistevan.
The rich patina of age and nature upon the original structure, a significant work of art in itself, elevates the unique contributions of contemporary artists to this region.
This week's news includes: Red Emma's permit problems, East meets West jazz, no skatepark for Easterwood, and more reporting from Maryland Matters, Baltimore Magazine, Baltimore Fishbowl, and other local and independent news sources.