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Angela N. Carroll

Angela N. Carroll is a contributing contemporary visual art, performance, and film criticism writer for BmoreArt, Arts.Black, Sugarcane Magazine, and Umber Magazine. She received her MFA in digital arts and new media from the University of California at Santa Cruz and currently teaches within the film and moving image program at Stevenson University.


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Cardinal Art Walks Explore Works Outside of the Gallery's Bolton Hill Walls

The ongoing fall exhibition is meant to make participants see the city in a new way.

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Lost Kings Takes Aim At Police Corruption

The local web series explores harsh realities rooted in Baltimore.

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The Mare Projects Connects Communities in the African Diaspora

Works from their first-ever residency program will be on display at Gallery CA.

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We Choose Explores Black Womanhood in Fells Point

The new exhibit features works by emerging black female artists at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Museum.

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Oletha DeVane Showcases Sculptural Works in 'Traces of Spirit' at the BMA

Local multidisciplinary artist explores religion, nature, and humanity in exhibit on view through October 20.

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Decades Night Club Documents Baltimore Club Music History at the Peale Center

We speak with curator Mia Loving about her latest exhibit, on view through this week.

On The Town

AFRAM Festival Returns to Druid Hill Park This Weekend

Annual celebration of African American culture brings in big names like Rick Ross and Teddy Riley.

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What Pennsylvania Avenue’s Official Arts District Designation Means for the Community

The black arts and entertainment district brings tax incentives and the potential for further revitalization.

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Ernest Shaw’s “Testify!” Debuts at Motor House Gallery

Shaw immortalizes prominent thought leaders, creatives, and historic figures in latest exhibit.

The Chatter

Hair Love Teaches Black Girls to Love Their Natural Hair

A new book from former Raven Matthew A. Cherry is a love poem to black daughters and fathers.

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Jackie Copeland Proposes Restorative Vision for the Reginald F. Lewis Museum

The new executive director wants the museum to be a safe place for unsafe ideas.

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Deyane Moses’ Blackives Revises MICA’s Racist History

New exhibit and online database inspires institutional change at the art school.

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Artist S. Rasheem Brings Gender Identities to Light at Jubilee Arts

New exhibit S/he Handsome focuses on black, queer representation.

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Creative Alliance to Host Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest Preview

Night of short films will center around black females as protagonists.

The Chatter

Fight Blight Bmore Looks to Combat More Than Just Vacancies

Nneka N’Namdi endeavors to reduce blight and increase home equity for Baltimore City residents.

Arts District

Jerrell Gibbs Normalizes Black Innocence Through His Figurative Portraits

View his newest acrylic paintings at Ida B’s Table through January 31.

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Artist Delita Martin Uses Vivid Mixed Media to Represent Spirit of Black Women

The new exhibit, on display at Galerie Myrtis through February, brings new meaning to portraiture.

The Chatter

Baltimore’s Arch Social Club Earns National Historic Preservation Grant

We take a tour of the historic Pennsylvania Avenue club.

Arts District

New Exhibition at Waller Gallery Explores Asian-American Identity

Artist Gerry Mak uses characters, symbols, and black light in new exhibit.

Arts District

Africa Umoja Brings Spirit of Togetherness to Hippodrome Theatre

South Africa’s vibrant musical legacy comes through in lively performance.

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