The annual event was largely put on hold during the pandemic. This Sunday, December 3rd, CityLit will bring the Cave Canem gathering back in person with A Home for the Heart to Live In.
This week's news includes: Beyond Video, Circle Falls, Freight Gallery, The Kreeger Museum's Kendall Buster exhibition, Playing Games at the BMA, Best and Worst in Arts and Culture, and more!
Coinciding with the U.N. Climate Change Conference, Baltimore-based Plays and Readings
This Week: Christiana Caro in conversation at Saul Zentz Screening Room, Alonzo Davis virtual exhibition and discussion at the Driskell Center, Acme Corp Theatre's The Lights Went Out Because of a Problem at The Voxel, Michael Burns leads a street museum workshop at The Peale, and more!
Ashleigh Bryant Phillips and Joseph Grantham started Hidden Palace, a reading series for poetry and fiction, at Fadensonnen
Happy Thanksgiving! Baltimore Art News today includes Acme Corporation at The Voxel, Joe Squared closing, Dan Rodricks' play, Holiday art markets, Frederick Arts Council magazine, VisArts + Rockville win Asphalt Art Initiative grant, and climate protestors at National Gallery
Brain Eaters v Mowgli Takeover at Night Owl Gallery, ArtCentric's Cinderella returns to Center Stage, Black Arts District's film screening at Arch Social Club, Mill Centre Open Studios, Flora Night Market and Lighting of the 34th Street Miracle–plus calls for entry!
Collectively these pieces speak to our very human impulse towards making, documenting, and memorializing that extends beyond the early Modern era.
This fall, after working months in her studio, de la Brown is responding to what she uncovered in the archives with a public art installation in the George Peabody Library called Be(longing): Unveiling the Imprint of Black Women Hidden in Plain Sight.
This week's news includes: JHU's Baltimore art initiative, Mobtown Ballroom moves to Station North, Baltimore's Black Supper Clubs, Vital Matters Climate Change Theater at Creative Alliance, Chesapeake Theater Company striving for diversity and inclusion, Jinji Chocolate, and more
This Week: Nicoletta Daríta de la Brown at JHU, artist talk with Wayman Scott at Baltimore Clayworks, BLK ASS FLEA MKT at Museum of Industry, Dr. Sampada Aranke lectures at the Driskell Center, Clayworks Winterfest Preview Party, Under $500 at MAP, and more!
If an institution cannot successfully function without the direct engagement of its founding director, clearly it is not yet sustainable or ready to successfully onboard a successor.