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Fourteen Works of Art of MANY Excellent Choices from the CA Annual Auction

A Subjective and Personal List of Auction Artworks in Preview that I would Love to Acquire!!!

Women’s Autonomy and Safe Spaces: Erin Fostel, Lynn McCann-Yeh, and Cara Ober

In Conjunction with BmoreArt’s C+C Exhibit featuring Fostel’s charcoal drawings of women’s bedrooms, a conversation with the Co-Director of the Baltimore Abortion Fund

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

This Week: MICA Community Art & Service Program exhibition, In the Stacks performance at Peabody Library, City of Artists I closing reception at Connect + Collect, Mari Black at Manor Mill, Open Works yard sale, screening of Black Printmakers of Washington DC at Smithsonian Anacostia, and more!

Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Katori Hall brings four gay Black men together for the weekend

With The Hot Wing King, Baltimore Center Stage serves up a lively spread of rapid-fire one-liners, spicy moves, and camaraderie that serves as an entree to a discussion of contemporary Black manhood through April 28

It has been 30 years since MICA's Annual Benefit Fashion Show (ABFS) began as a Black Student Union program.

Student Designers: Anaitza Brown, Austin Chia, Quinn Spence, Olivia Zheng, Nikki Zhao, Sasha Kramer, Kai Nunnally, Solli Kim, Cedar Clark, Rachel Glen, and Mahnoor Chaudry.

Baltimore news updates from independent & regional media

This week's news includes: Baynard Woods on Larry Hogan's "error-laden" memoir, BMI's new Labor Activism Exhibit, Blacksauce Kitchen, Joyce J. Scott, Glenstone Outdoors this Summer, Rob Lee profiles Anthony Gittens, BSO's Summerfest at the Meyerhoff–and more!

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

This Week: Bill Schmidt and scholar Kristen Hileman in conversation at C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore School for the Arts Senior Recitals, Work Matters lecture at BMI, Rent Party at Baltimore Museum of Art, Jami Attenberg at Greedy Reads Remington, Out of Order (OOO) and more!

An Interview with This Year's Featured Authors, Kwame Alexander and Jami Attenberg

“This is a love letter to Baltimore,” says Du Pree, executive director of the CityLit Project, describing the annual festival, now in its 21st year.

On Touching COR-TEN, One Percent for the Arts, and the Effort to Label and Preserve its Legacy

Here, before us at the school, are stripped-down, geometricized versions of four individual caterpillars, poised at different moments in their movements—stretching upward toward the sky, looking ahead, or reaching toward the ground, as if scouting for fallen leaves on the brick foundation...

Baltimore news updates from independent & regional media

This week's news includes: 25th Annual Maryland Film Festival, Aubrey Plaza cast in John Waters' Liarmouth, Lena Stringari appointed Chief of Conservation at the National Gallery - with reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, Banner, Brew, and other local and independent news sources!

How Happenstance, a First Memory, and Improvisation Shaped Who the Artist is Today

Wendel Patrick is an associate professor of music engineering at the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University; he is also a composer, producer, beatmaker, pianist, sonic architect, photographer, and videographer. But how has he sustained a career with such a diverse breadth of work?

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

This Week:  Share Your Why artist talk at Motor House, free admission to Walk a Mile in My Dreams + panel discussion with Joyce J. Scott at the BMA, Revolution in our Lifetime roundtable discussion at The Peale, Station North Art Walk, Sprung reception at Waller Gallery, and more!

Nine Gallery Shows in Baltimore this April

Exhibits at C. Grimaldis, Creative Alliance, Eubie Blake, Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower, Current, New Door, Goya Contemporary, MONO Practice, and Waller Gallery

Arting Gallery Hosts a Reception Thursday, May 2 for the Whimsical Exhibition

At Arting Gallery, David Barnett instills seriousness with a profound dose of wackiness. Or another way of describing A Carnival of Characters is that this intense, inventive show explores the childlike in the adult, and the other way around. 

Baltimore news updates from independent & regional media

This week's news includes: NPG acquires Stephen Towns' painting of Joyce J. Scott, CityLit festival returns, Pride Center Reporting Controversy, and Cassils leads a Trans Solidarity Art Action on the National Mall, and more!

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