After four decades working in Baltimore County art education, Linda Popp focuses on her art, investigating relationships and the concept of time and place through mixed media.
This Week: Creative Confluence at TU Asian Arts & Culture Center, Candice Carty-Williams book release at Greedy Reads, C. Grimaldis Gallery exhibits Janet Olney, Annette Sauermann, Bill Schmidt, and Nora Sturges, 24th Annual High Zero Festival, Suzy Kopf at Gormley Gallery, and more!
A key tenet of photovoice is that the goal is not to create technically sound photographs—and yet, in relieving that pressure, so much of the work was visually exciting.
The internet was so dramatic and hilarious this week!
“I was so in love with everything, and it seemed like a good way to bring different communities together," Tyler says.
This week's news includes: Tawney Chatmon interviewed for Anthology Magazine, E. coli bacteria in city water, 'everybody's unionizing' in Baltimore, and more reporting from The AFRO, Baltimore Beat, The Daily Record, and other local and independent news sources.
There are no speakers to amplify the sounds; everything reverberates through the materials and the architecture of the gallery.
This Saturday, September 10th, local record label Shiny Boy Press is teaming up with Le Mondo to bring the city a new music and art festival highlighting homegrown acts you might miss otherwise.
This Week: Penn Eastburn at BSC Cocktail Gallery, Brent Crothers closing at Chesapeake Gallery, SPARK: New Light artist reception at The Peale, Telling Our Story opening at the Driskell Center, Kei Ito opening reception at Gallery in the Sky, EX-tend EX-cess: Metamorphosis in Clay and more!
A dynamic group show that explores the rapid pace of society, the collective need to move at a brisk speed, and how that affects our surroundings.
The internet was entertaining this week.
David was one of us, a crazy good art citizen. He leaves a bountiful legacy behind.
This week's news includes: checking out more than books in Baltimore County public libraries, Trov lives on in Carmen Brock's home, MOM's in Hampden votes to unionize, and more reporting from Baltimore Banner, Baltimore Brew, Real News Network, and more.
Photos by Elena Volkova of Open Works, Area 405, Baltimore Jewelry Center, Blue Light Junction, The Cork Factory, and more
This Week: Joyce J. Scott at Banneker-Douglass Museum, WTMD First Thursday Festival, SHAN Wallace hosts "The Queer Agenda: THE WATERMELON WOMAN" screening at SNF Parkway, The One and the Many opening reception at Baltimore Jewelry Center, The Space Between Us curated by Lily Xiao and more!