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On Lee Walton’s “Zeven Event Zcores for Zoom” and the online platform's subtle social ticks

Zeven Event Zcores for Zoom by Lee Walton, part of ‘sindikit’s Friday night performance series

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The five individual artists selected as this year’s finalists are Hoesy Corona, Tsedaye Makonnen, Jonathan Monaghan, Lavar Munroe, and Hae Won Sohn.

This year, the finalists’ work will be exhibited in person at the Walters Art Museum, on view Thursday, May 27, through Sunday, July 18, 2021.

Some of these records inevitably confront themes that are pertinent to our present circumstances and upheavals, some take the listener to places subterranean or extraterrestrial, and many others pull off an inventive combination of all the above. 

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

Stay home, stay healthy, stay engaged in the arts.

On the border of poetry and prose, 'Be Holding' interrogates collective and personal histories through Julius Erving's legendary move

Dr. J’s aerial exploits become the associative catalyst for explorations as wide-ranging as pickup-basketball, photography, the slave trade, familial history, and flight of all kinds.

Anti-Asian violence, stories that haven't been told, the Grammys, March Madness, and more

The internet was a lot, but it interesting this week.

Timothy App: States of Mind at Goya Contemporary

In discussing his work, App likes to allude to his lifelong attempt to find what he calls authentic ways of making a painting.

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Reckoning with the past and building a more equitable future

Museum Director Julia Marciari-Alexander and Board President Guy Flynn on creating a sustainable future at the Walters Art Museum

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

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The T. Rowe Price Foundation President talks about community self-determination, sharing resources, and hanging out with Prince

"What communities are asking for is to be heard and to determine their own futures."

Meghan and Harry on Oprah, Sally in HR, what we've lost, mutual aid, a year of fugue, obscene private schools

I spent most of my time on Twitter this week, which spent much of its time on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah, and it was good.

This round of renovations will make the museum a safer, more accessible place for Baltimore residents and visitors to learn the stories of the city.

After the pandemic struck here in Baltimore, the Peale, like many other cultural organizations, shifted to virtual programming. This change has, fortunately, even boosted engagement with some of the Peale’s offerings.

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