Center Stage’s new Indigenous Art Gallery and the exhibition Taking Space at Creative Alliance authentically engage with and serve the communities of color in which they are based
This Week: Bruce Willen's Ghost Rivers at B. Willow, MDVLA benefit at Peabody Heights, Christina Delgado's Pa Mi Gente opening at Motor House, Locally Grown Festival at Baltimore Center Stage, The Lost Weekend at Greedy Reads Remington, and more!
Although the work was created out of loss and grief, there is little sadness to be found. Quite surprisingly, the paintings burst with energy and connection, with the promise that everything is a cycle; there isn’t really an end.
The internet mirrored the events in the world this week and it was terrible.
In just 100 pages, the author, recipe developer, designer, and illustrator have made the case that there is a uniquely American cuisine: the story of migration, colonialism, and what comes after.
Ghost Rivers public art installation, Locally Grown Festival at Center Stage, Buns and Roses bakery, Saint Amelie at the Walters, the Maryland Lyric Opera is closing, Edgar Allan Poe's mysterious death, Little Donna's overwhelmed, graffiti artist Chris Stain, BROS "Gold Night," and more.
Three Baltimore exhibitions—whose initial themes and materials are varied between abstraction, surrealism, and fiber arts—are connected through the energized spaces that the works build and each artist's dedication to their chosen focus.
This Week: Curator Jessy DeSantis hosts a closing reception + artist talk at Motor House, Musica Spira performs at George Peabody Library, Deborah Patterson opening reception at JELMA, Philip Muriel, James ‘Alpha’ Massaquoi, and Laurel Stewart opening reception at Bromo Arts Tower, and more!
Actress (on strike) and writer (no longer on strike!) Liz Eldridge on why John Waters' mainstream acceptance restores her faith in filmmaking.
The internet was a dramatic mess this week.
I so wish more art spaces from the Baltimore/DC region participated in smart, well-curated smaller fairs like this—putting local artists in dialogue with international peers and in front of international audiences and kingmakers.
Tola's Room, New Exhibits at the Rubell Museum DC, Baltimore Print Fair Postponed to 2025, NMWA reopens, Baltimore Book Festival returns in Waverly, MD Film Fest is back, and ongoing Artscape exhibitions.
The Newest Production from the BROS features an adventure in a gold mine and a battle against a mysterious monster, in photos by Jill Fannon
This Week: Mount Vernon + Bromo District First Thursdays, Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Festival, Vision & Spirit at the Lewis Museum, Jacob Henry, Fanni Somogyi and Elena Volkova at Alchemy of Art, Christine Duckworth at The Walters, Highlandtown First Friday Art Walk, 2023 BJC Symposium, and more.
“The histories that collide are not just the histories of the Greco-Roman civilizations and Egypt, but also art histories and ways of framing these moments."