Honestly, I have spent most of this week avoiding the internet, going online just enough to stay abreast of COVID-19 developments.
All of these cancellations are, of course, in the best interest of everybody’s health, but especially those of us whose immune systems are less resilient or suppressed.
Nestled on a lively strip in Mount Vernon, Akwaaba House is an 18th-century, three-story building that exudes a love of Black life.
BmoreArt's Picks: May 10-16: Visions of the Future panel discussion at Pratt Library, Zoë Charlton: The Domestic at C. Grimaldis Gallery, Amani Lewis + Erin Fostel at the Gallery in Baltimore City Hall, , ANOTHER COUNTRY Terrault's Final Show, and more!
There was kinda a lot of art news on the internet this week.
A less cloying way for “mainstream” movies to ponder #MeToo, an encouraging trend in Hollywood movies
The exhibition centers hope, humor, and ritual as humanizing strategies to investigate and negotiate the impacts of migration.
BmoreArt's Picks: May 3-9 | This Week: 2020 Scholastic Art Exhibition at School 33, The Cliff Banquet presents Collective Dreaming at MICA BBOX, Helen Zughaib: Unfinished Journeys at Creative Alliance, and more!
In Flourish, Malech's poems rarely alight anywhere near where they begin—often introducing unexpected themes into the fray.
The internet was a lot this week. Good, but a lot.
What looks like a staid costume drama is more like if Chantal Ackerman got ahold of a Merchant-Ivory movie.