The 2023 Rubys Artist Grants will support individual artists and the creation of innovative and experimental projects that have significant impact across the Performing Arts, Media Arts, Visual Arts, and Literary Arts
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.
Ostermann’s visual art functions as a commentary on and celebration of celebrity culture and so-called feminine touches like roses and lipstick. Her paintings often mash up imagery of specific objects, like Kim Kardashian’s engagement ring, with stand-ins for fertility and farce, like sliced oranges
This week's news includes: Brittany Young steers B-360 into the future, Hammerjacks is back (again), a podcast profile of Espi Frazier, and more reporting from Baltimore Brew, Technical.ly Baltimore, INERTIA, and other local and independent news sources.
MICA announces more layoffs, Casey McKeel's exhibit of art by incarcerated women, BSA alum Rachel Hilson, Amit Peled's Mt. Vernon Virtuosi, AVAM voted second best museum in the nation, and more reporting from local and independent news sources
This Week: Single Carrot Theatre's Is Edward Snowden Single?, BMA Violet Hour: The Monument Quilt, tet[R]ad closing reception at MAP, Jamie Grace Alexander, Rob Ferrell, and Abbey Parrish panel discussion presented by Gormley Gallery, The Peale presents Unmarked film screening, and more!
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!
The Guardians at The Peale, Rapid Lemon Productions' at Motor House, BMA hosts Monica Ikegwu and Tawny Chatmon in conversation with Myrtis Bedolla, MAP's UNDER $500, Current Space Art Market, Station North Holiday Market, Chris Bathgate at Connect+Collect, A Wake at Area 405
Majolica Mania is the result of a near-constant effort by enthusiasts to get decorative arts curators to take this fantastical subset of ceramics seriously.
This week: Tristan Cai opening at TU, Linling Lu at the Phillips Collection, Jackie Milad and Tom Boram at Current, Unfold at the Stamp Gallery, Ainsley Burrows at Creative Alliance, Food for Thought at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, and more!