Baltimore’s Lunar Night Cultural Festival took place January 21 and 22, as a free weekend-long cultural event designed to embrace the richness of Asian culture and traditions through food and art in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and Lake Shore Park.
Hal Boyd wades into the gloriously oddball humanness of being. He pursues the lusty ocean of the every-person subconscious—a dreamland hauled up for all to see. Here relationships are loaded, flowers burst sexy, animals prowl cackling, beauty and hilarity intertwine.
Dr. Asma Naeem named new Director of the BMA, Flatspot Records founder Che Figueroa, Six Baltimoreans who changed everything, Food for Thought exhibition opens at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, and more reporting from Baltimore Independent & Regional News
Movement was the theme of the 2023 Baltimore Crankie Festival, which takes place every year at the Creative Alliance.
This Week: Baltimore Clayworks streams Adam Chau artist talk, Faith Ringgold and Betye Saar opening reception at David Driskill Center, Mandy Morrison opening reception at The Peale, The Foundations of What opening reception at Catalyst Contemporary, and more!
This week was all about The Sculpture™.
Lionel Frazier White III’s solo show Beyond the Frame is a subtle exploration of the lived experience within a gentrifying city through photography, video work, and found objects. Themes of fragmentation, remembrance, and celebration flow through White’s varied yet cohesive body of work.
This week's news includes: BMA acquires 162 new works, Pink Flamingos named the greatest, restaurants leaving the city, and more reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, Baltimore Banner, Baltimore Magazine, and other local and independent news sources.
One experiences Bart O’Reilly’s paintings and poems with all the senses. There are familiar scents, visceral textures begging to be traced by curious fingertips, and passages that seem to be whispering, “I deserve to be heard aloud.”
Liana Owad's opening reception and artist talk at Chesapeake Arts Center, Iron Crow Theatre Presents: Hurricane Diane at Baltimore Theatre Project, The Breakfast Special: Cartoons & Cereal opening reception at Zeke's, Holly Bass & Maps Glover meet-the-artists reception at Transformer DC, and more!
The Internet was everywhere and nowhere this week.
The neo-opera duo Outcalls is classically trained, but they use their singing and musical skills with the creativity of pop rhythms to gently choke the patriarchy with their beautiful voices.
Everything BOPA, Stephanie Ybarra leaving Center Stage, RIP Irving Henry Webster Phillips Jr., Current Spaces takes it to the streets, and more reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, Beat, Banner, Magazine, and other local news sources.