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WTMD’s First Thursdays Go Virtual for the Rest of the Summer

The planned overhaul of the annual festival will be postponed until next year.
Arts District

WTMD’s First Thursdays Go Virtual for the Rest of the Summer

The planned overhaul of the annual festival will be postponed until next year.
 Eze Jackson.Photography by Brian O'Doherty
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Black Musicians Write the Soundtrack of the City
Consider these Baltimore artists essential listening.
Arts District

Black Musicians Write the Soundtrack of the City

Consider these Baltimore artists essential listening.
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The Big Baltimore Playlist: May 2020
With concerts canceled due to coronavirus, here are 10 local songs to download now.
Arts District

The Big Baltimore Playlist: May 2020

With concerts canceled due to coronavirus, here are 10 local songs to download now.

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Arts District

WTMD’s First Thursdays Go Virtual for the Rest of the Summer

The planned overhaul of the annual festival will be postponed until next year.

Arts District

Black Musicians Write the Soundtrack of the City

Consider these Baltimore artists essential listening.

Arts District

The Big Baltimore Playlist: May 2020

With concerts canceled due to coronavirus, here are 10 local songs to download now.


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Roundtable: With Many Funds Exhausted, What’s Next for the Arts Community?

Creative leaders gather to discuss artist relief, pivoting programming, and existing resources.

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The Big Baltimore Playlist: April 2020

With concerts canceled due to coronavirus, here are 10 local songs to download now.

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Community Rallies to Bring Financial Aid to Struggling Artists

The Baltimore Artist Emergency Relief Fund will help creatives impacted by the coronavirus.

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How to Create Rainbow Collages Using Old Issues of Baltimore Magazine

After reading and thoroughly enjoying, of course.

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The Baltimore Arts Community Goes Virtual

A running list of online concerts, performances, and classes from local artists.

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Outdoor Art Walk Keeps Hampden’s Creative Spirit Alive During Quarantine

Julia Lieberman encourages her neighbors to hang artwork in their windows.


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Creative Alliance Organizes Sidewalk Serenades with Local Musicians

Amid coronavirus cancellations, local arts space thinks outside the box with virtual storytime, at-home crafts, and more.

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Books to Read While Working From Home

Local booksellers recommend these reads while social distancing.

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The Big Baltimore Playlist: March 2020

With concerts cancelled due to coronavirus, here are 10 local songs to download now.

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With Emptying Venues, Local Music Community Faces Uncertainty

There are still ways to support local artists during the coronavirus outbreak.

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What's Next for Baltimore's Cultural Spaces Following COVID-19

Creative community responds with cancellations, postponements, and new procedures.

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Culture Club: 'Queens Girl' Extended, Candice Breitz at the BMA, and COVID-19 Updates from Arts Spaces

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.


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New Homewood Exhibit Explores Ties Between 19th-Century Home Goods and the Environment

The exhibition examines 19th-century homeowners’ relationship to nature through various home items.

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John Waters Flexes Acting Muscles on 'Law & Order: SVU'

The Baltimore icon will guest star on an episode of the NBC show later this month.

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Everyman Theatre Launches Inaugural New Voices Festival

The festival features three plays, including one world premiere, by women, all performed in a brand-new space.

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Plein Air Painter Crystal Moll Finds Beauty on Baltimore Streets

Local artist celebrates 10-year anniversary of her gallery in Federal Hill.

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Marin Alsop To Step Down from BSO

The announcement comes as the orchestra examines its future.

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