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.
What choices do we have now and what future will we end up with?
BmoreArt's Picks: February 25 - March 2. This Week: “Being an Immigrant Artist in the Age of Trump” panel at MICA, Graciela Iturbide’s Mexico at National Museum of Women in the Arts, SHAN Wallace: 410 at Baltimore Museum of Art, and more!
For visual artists, curators, performers, composers, and publishers, the purposeful creation of new archives, as well as the respectful transformation of past collections, is a common threat that unifies us on a quest to tell new stories and to diversity existing archives.
The internet was very nice this week.
Who are these people? What is their relationship? Why is it so damn awkward? It's an engaging hook for the audience that fits nicely with the farcical Clue-inspired supernatural whodunnit that follows in the second half of the one-act play.
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