Coronavirus updates from local media and Baltimore-based journalists
Abdu Ali's nomadic curatorial platform as they lay includes sound and performance art, poetry, and more.
NMWA’s recent acquisitions include 166 photos by Mary Ellen Mark, a mixed-media portrait by Delita Martin, three large-scale photos by Rania Matar, and a six-foot-long chandelier by Joana Vasconcelos
Important Supreme Court decisions were made, some racist branding was changed, and white people discovered Juneteenth, all of which were all over the internet this week.
MAWU: TheEndisTheBeginningIstheEnd is an eight-hour durational performance that combines the history of Juneteenth with the legacy of Lucy Parsons, the revolutionary labor organizer who fought for the eight-hour workday.
Coronavirus updates from Baltimore Brew, Technical.ly Baltimore, Fishbowl, Baltimore Magazine, and a selection of relevant articles published by Baltimore-based journalists for a variety of publications
FAIR was designed for the internet and functions with a profit-sharing model with percentages going directly to artists and their galleries, a cooperative gallery sales pool, and a cooperative artists sales pool, with a smaller percentage going back to NADA.
Innovative offerings designed for a digital space and supporting community outreach
There were many thoughtful and beautifully written articles on the current protests, systemic racism, and racial and generational trauma, but it was still hard to be online.
The possibility of escapism through a curated QuaranTiki kit is something that we all could use these days.