Media & Literature
Media & Literature
Magnet Fishing "Meetups," 2023 Sondheim Semifinalists, CityLit 2023 Festival, Printmaker Jacques Callot, changes at the Jewish Museum of Maryland, three new exhibitions at the BMA, eight new restaurants in Hampden, and more reporting from local, independent publications.
The internet was good, but also a little shocking, this week.
Crust by Mack moves into Harborplace, MICA's money trouble, Bria Sterling-Wilson's EBONY cover, 'To Kill a Mockingbird' at the Hippodrome, reviews of 'I Got a Monster,' and more reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, Baltimore Beat, Baltimore Banner, Baltimore Magazine, and more
This year marks the 20th annual CityLit Festival. And for the first time since the pandemic, the panels, readings, and performances will be fully back in person. It will be a three-day, three-venue event taking place March 25th, 28th, and 31st.
I was excited by the internet this week!
Dereck Stafford Mangus on UMBC's Rap Research Lab for Hyperallergic, Robb Lee interviews Hyperallergic founder Hrag Vartanian, Haley Tilt's review of "Let The Right One In" at CPM, Alanah Nichole Davis's rundown of the Rubys, and more reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, and Baltimore Beat
The internet was a lot this week.
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
The internet was insightful, but also FUNNY this week.
Abdu Ali's $50K National Grant, news from two DC museums, Changes to The Ruby Grants, J.M. Giordano's photos of the Baltimore jazz scene, Pizza, and more reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, Baltimore Beat, Baltimore Banner, Baltimore Magazine, and more
This week was too much.
Learning more about Eubie Blake, Valentine’s Day with John Waters, a new Women Artist Exhibition at the BMA, a parade of emails about the MLK parade, BOPA announces Arts in Action grant recipients, and more reporting from Art- and Baltimore-based news sources.
The internet had me a little mad this week.
Joyce Scott's stolen staff returned to Banneker-Douglass Museum, Matthew Hyleck named new director of Baltimore Clayworks, Rap Research Lab at UMBC, Lavett Ballard on the cover of Time, Walters workers closer to forming a union, Erin Fostel's Charcoal Drawings, and more
It's Black History Month!!!