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

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Sustaining Baltimore's Creative Ecosystem, A Photo Story at Sandtown Furniture Company

Stellarium Jewelry, The Modest Florist, La Loupe Design, Studio JMCG Jewelry, Camp Small, New Vintage by Sam, Bazaar, Local Color Flowers, Baltimore Spirits Company, Taste This Cake, Sacred Ashes, Baltimore Print Studios, Personal Best Ceramics, Milkweed Ceramics, 228 Grant Street Candles, Baltimore

A Baltimore Art Community Collage Compiled by Rahne Alexander with Jared Earley and Russell Hite

In the days after her devastating and untimely passing in early December 2023, friends, peers, and artistic partners shared anecdotes reflecting on the breadth and versatility of Elena Johnston the person, the artist, and her body of work spanning multiple genres.

Baltimore news updates from independent & regional media

Baltoz Bakery, BMA appoints Kevin Tervala as Chief Curator, the new Leslie King-Hammond Documentary, A Cooperative Common Ground Cafe, and BOPA's New Years Eve Plans for Baltimore!

The Acme Corporation Finds Salvation Among Community in their Newest Opera

"The Lights Went Out Because of a Problem," an opera created in Baltimore, is at the Voxel through December 17, 2023

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

This Week:  Victoria Walton artist talk at Clayworks, D. Watkins and Celeste Doaks in conversation with Cara Ober at Bird in Hand, opening reception for Paula Gately Tillman at Arting Gallery, Get On My Level at Creative Alliance, Kim Rice and Paul Rucker at Connect+Connect and more!

How do we talk about liberty and injustice honestly, intertwined with aspects of race and gender in America?

Liberty & Injustice features labor-intensive, clever, immersive works of art that captivate and inform.

Picks, Trends, and Observations from Fairs, Galleries, and the Rubell Museum (Including a Theory as to why Everything is Suddenly Periwinkle)

Is this a good year for galleries? That depends on who you ask. At the main fair, booths with challenging or innovative artworks are about as common as faces with intact buccal fat—they're few and far between and take some effort to spot.

DIY Space Tarantula Hill Makes its Big-Screen Debut in "The Sweet East," Opening this Week at The Senator

A new film captures a last bastion of anachronistic DIY paradise. The Senator Theater will host screenings and Q&A sessions with the filmmakers December 8 and 9.

Baltimore news updates from independent & regional media

‘City of Artists’ on WYPR’s Midday, Black Butterfly Farm, Artscape returning to August, George Ciscle and Christine Sciacca on “The Truth in This Art” podcast, Morton Street Dance Theater,  Iron Crow Theatre, Dan Deacon, North Avenue Holiday Market, and more.

An Interview with the Artist Ahead of her Screening and Exhibition Reception at Stevenson University

To say the work is political would be an understatement. To paraphrase her aunt at the opening: "Hey Heidi why don’t you tell us where you stand politically?" But it is more than that, it is about being an artist, being a mother, being a partner, and being a feminist in these ever so uncertain times

Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Museum Showcases Works From 1965-1980

The works in The Speed of Time show artists co-opting, even deconstructing film and video, media that, in their commercial form, were on their way to dominating the American consciousness.

National Gallery of Art to Screen Rarely Seen 1970s Films of Baltimore-Born Independent Black Filmmaker

The National Gallery of Art’s retrospective Skip Norman: Here and Now on December 9-10, 2023, is a long overdue homecoming for a talented Black filmmaker with strong connections to the region, whose small but compelling filmography and unique life story merit a fresh look.

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

This Week: "All Good Things Must Begin" at Creative Alliance, City of Artists Conversation at Pratt Library, Washington Monument Lighting in Mount Vernon Ceremony, and more!

Motor House's Exhibition Celebrating Baltimore's Puerto Rican Diaspora Closes 12/5

"Pa’ Mi Gente" is a love letter to the Puerto Rican diaspora in Baltimore and beyond.

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