Some inconceivably cruel things happened on the internet this week, and so did some funny moments.
The two-person cast, Tuyết Thị Phạm (Afong Moy) and Đavid Lee Huỳnh (Atung), under Nana Dakin’s skillful direction, show the effect of cultural exploitation on the individual. They also, along with the talented design team, raise the question of whether we are complicit in that exploitation.
This week's news includes: New Hamiltonian Fellows, Kerr Houston wins Lois Moran Award for Craft Writing, The Roller Wave, the Valerie Maynard internship at the BMA, the Mac MacLure Spirit of Leadership Award, and more!
If you ask around town for the best restaurant, Blacksauce Kitchen is almost always among the top ten, but the brick-and-mortar shop is only open two days a week—Thursdays and Saturdays.
This Week: UMBC and Towson University faculty, recent graduates, and current students exhibition opening at The Peale, free admission to Making Her Mark at the BMA, El Camino del Pan y del Mole at Creative Alliance, Boshell Lecture Series: Blackness in Antiquity at the Walters, and more!
The Museu de l’Art Prohibit is, according to its founders, the first of its kind: a museum dedicated to the collection, preservation, and display of art that has been censored (in one way or another) elsewhere. Its contents are equal-opportunity offenders—having already outraged every religion.
The internet was both a reminder of all the concurrent crises, as well as joy, hope, and the silly things of the world.
Photo Alert: On Saturday, October 21, the Walters hosted its annual gala fundraising event and opened its doors to some of Baltimore's best-dressed arts patrons and creatives.
While a Mid-Atlantic November is anything but meteorologically predictable, the BmoreArt team has assembled a fall arts forecast that’s full of sure bets.
Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann and Jackie Milad at VisArts, playwright Tatiana Nya Ford, Terri Lee Freeman, Dr. Edwin T. Johnson, and Lady Brion interviewed on WYPR Midday, CharmTV moving to Black Arts District, Bertha's closes for good, and more.
Baltimore Is Truly a City of Artists. This New Book Aims to Explore Why and How from a Variety of Diverse Perspectives.
This Week: Studio tour with Jai Sallay-Carrington at Baltimore Clayworks, Disconnect/Connect at Cade Gallery, BALTIMORATORY at Peabody Heights, The Kimberly Project at the Lewis Museum, Amber Robles-Gordon at Morton Fine Art, and more!
The Vagabond Players have opened their 108th season with a handsome production of Tim Rice’s Cold War rock opera Chess. Under Stephen M. Deininger’s excellent direction, this neglected work has come back to Baltimore’s Broadway with a bang.
This internet was difficult this week.
On Saturday, October 21, 2023, the 24th Great Halloween Lantern Parade & Festival presented by Creative Alliance in collaboration with Friends of Patterson Park kicked-off fall season proper in Southeast Baltimore.