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Arts & Culture

Cameo: Stephen Towns

The artist talks about his first solo museum show and genre-defying quilting work.

Arts District

Step Inside the Ornate Rowhome of Late Artist Les Harris

Bolton Hill rowhome of the renaissance man is on the market.

Arts District

Why We Work Opens at the Baltimore Museum of Industry

New BMI exhibit curated by JHU and MICA students depicts a more personal side of industry.

Arts District

Culture Club: Björk, Charlotte Salomon, and MICA Undergrads

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

Arts District

Baltimore Artist Awarded 2018 Guggenheim Fellowship

Mequitta Ahuja talks the Guggenheim fellowship, travels, and identity through self-portraiture.

Arts District

New Reginald F. Lewis Museum Exhibit Features MICA Artists of Color

Exhibit highlights diversity at renowned art school.

Arts District

Culture Club: Jack Whitten, CityLit, and #RiseBmore

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

Arts District

Culture Club: The Cone Sisters, The Community Project, and the African-American Arts Festival

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

Arts District

From MICA to the Academy Awards

Married professors were nominated for their short animated film.

Arts District

MICA Alums Collaborate on Hiroshima Project at Baltimore War Memorial

Two artists whose grandfathers were on opposite sides of the Hiroshima bombing use art to reconcile an inconceivable past.

Arts District

Culture Club: Mother Earth Poetry and Paying Homage to Martin Luther King Jr. and Edgar Allan Poe

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

Arts District

Human Being Studios Opens in Bolton Hill

The new studio will be a community hub for local videographers and photographers.

Arts District

Co_Lab Books Opens This Month in Old Goucher

When architects design a bookstore, aesthetics are the focus.

Arts & Culture

This Is What Activism Looks Like

We take a look at some of the key figures who are shaping both arts and activism in the city.

Sports

You Are Here: Home Game

Scenes from the Gaelic Assocation's camogie game, Born in Baltimore film festival, and Gamescape.

Arts & Culture

Golden Globe

Print is not dead at the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Food & Drink

Review: The Brass Tap

A new spot for pub grub debuts in midtown.

Style & Shopping

Top Ten with Stephanie Barber

The MICA artist-in-residence shares her favorite things.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: April 2017

The latest work from Kevin Sherry and Kondwani Fidel.

News & Community

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Head to one or all of these events to celebrate Women's History Month.

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