This week's Baltimore news includes: Former City prosecutor charged, Latinos and COVID-19, Baltimore's Broadband Investment, and more reporting from Maryland Matters, The Real News Network, WYPR, and other local and independent news sources.
Administered by Creative Capital, the Warhol Writers Program offers three categories of project grants—articles ($15,000), books ($50,000), and short-form writing series ($30,000)—meant to counteract the systemic lack of funding for arts writing and to recognize its significant cultural value.
This Week: A conversation with Edgar Reyes, Hannah Brancato at Montgomery College, The Essence of a Black Woman at Motor House, Holiday Sale at Baltimore Jewelry Center, Lou Joseph closing at Current, and more.
The internet gave me a lot to think about this week.
This week's Baltimore news includes: Amy Sherald acquisition makes news, National Museum of African American History and Culture goes virtual, Baltimore's Black Arts District, and more reporting from The AFRO, Technical.ly Baltimore, Baltimore Brew, and other local and independent news sources.
“More is More” is the theme for BmoreArt's Issue 12, where maximalism, inclusivity, exuberance, and accumulation become the modus operandi for a post-pandemic world.
This Week: Sisters Freehold present The Sleepover, Station North Holiday Art Market, 2022 ICA Flat File on view, スウィートホーム SWEET HOME exhibition closes at CPM, Annet Couwenberg presented by SODA + UMBC, and Christopher Bathgate at Connect+Collect -- plus two calls f
The 2021 New Museum Triennial, Soft Water Hard Stone, the museum's fifth, exhibits works by 40 artists and collectives from around the world including Baltimore's Cynthia Daignault and Kahlil Robert Irving.
The internet was sublime this week! It was also just a lot.
The 2021 Baltimore Vintage Expo is the perfect environment to showcase a range of advanced sartorial decisions and fashion-forward individuals.
This week's Baltimore news includes: Drug paraphernalia decriminalization vetoed by the Governor, Meta and Maryland, Downtown Partnership's shady partners, and more reporting from Maryland Matters, The Real News Network, WYPR, and other local and independent news sources.
This Week: Whitney Frazier and Kirby Griffin artist talk for The Guardians at the Peale, Say It Loud opening reception at AIA Balitmore, Victoria Rose Pass and Shane Prada discuss Betty Cooke's Walters exhibition, and more!
There are so many more stories to tell about female-identifying people throughout history, and so many histories neglected and erased, but it is exciting to see the beginnings of new figures celebrated on this kind of stage.