A lot has happened in the past two weeks.
The community members of BROS shared with BmoreArt some insights on the hard work that goes into having so much fun.
The union’s demands include better wages and benefits for all, clearer paths to advancement, and more staff input on working conditions.
This week's news includes: Sam Barsky's sweater chronicles, local journalist writes about his time as a jury member, a Baltimore teacher reacts to the Uvalde shooting, and more reporting from Baltimore Banner, The Daily Record, No Pix After Dark podcast, and other local and independent news sources.
Kyrae Dawaun, Danni O’Brien, Alexander D’Agostino, Sharon Shapiro, Marisa Stratton, and Ju Yun each have an investigative approach to art-making and present new, invigorating works in their solo shows.
This Week: Justyne Fischer and Morgan Monceaux exhibition continues at New Door Creative, PRIDE month at Creative Alliance, BSO's Symphony in the City with Wordsmith at Patterson Park, C. Grimaldis Gallery hosts a reception for Ben Marcin, Katie Pumphrey and Ray Winder at the BMA, and more!
Strength to Love II bolsters an impressive roster of produce year-round. Collards, squash, and kale are amongst the produce being sent far and wide throughout the city.
Curated by David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards, this show took shape in a period marked by a relentless virus, upsetting political news, horrifying police brutality, and a grinding land war.
This week's news includes: Poet Nia June appears on Rob Lee's The Truth in This Art podcast, Baltimore musician Alison Ramírez of Peach Face, tenant power, and more reporting from The Atlantic, Nonprofit Quarterly, Baltimore Magazine, and other local and independent news sources.
Fostel’s drawings are as much about what’s there as what’s not.
This Week: Essential Tremors with Brandon Soderberg, Sam Gilliam at the Hirshhorn, FIRED UP! reception at Coppin State, Red Emma's hosts D. Watkins, MICA: NOVUS opening at The Peale, Black Activism exhibition at MD Center for History and Culture, and more!
"The different traditions are also not the only things coming together. There is also the integration of modern and traditional art forms."
Overall, I did not vibe with the internet this week.
Music That Raised Us, which ran March 19-April 16, was an amalgamation of the collaborators' experiences but also of any artist who has been touched by the melody of a Stevie Wonder song or moved to move by the rhythm of a funk tune.