art

Arts District

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

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

Arts District

Baltimore Museum of Art Debuts New Branch at Lexington Market

BMA partners with the market to provide art programs, presentations, and gatherings.

Arts & Culture

Barbara Bourland Discusses Feminism and the Art World

We talk to the author of Fake Like Me.

Arts District

Get to Know the Artists Behind Union Collective and MICA Murals

Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn talk materials, working together, and new projects.

Arts & Culture

Up For Bid

Towson auction house expands its modern art holdings.

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

Culture Club: Creative Labs, Nights on the Fringe, and Talib Kweli

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.

Home & Living

Art Shopping With An Edge

Here are nine local rising-star artists whose work could grace your home.

Arts District

Co_Lab Books Opens This Month in Old Goucher

When architects design a bookstore, aesthetics are the focus.

Style & Shopping

Gift That Keeps on Giving

For the Greater Goods brings monthly market to Remington.

Events

The Launch: May 2017

The nine musts from this month's calendar of events.

Home & Living

The Art Of Collecting

Amassing a personal trove of visual treasures doesn’t have to be about money.

Home & Living

Nest: Julia Kim Smith

Conceptual artist Julia Kim Smith raises a family in minimalist splendor.

News & Community

A stolen Renoir piece returns to the BMA

A Renoir piece stolen from the BMA in 1951 finally returns home.

Connect With Us

Most Read


Maryland Farmers Market Association Closes in Vital Time for Local Foodways: What will the loss mean for Baltimore farms and food-insecure communities?

How to Support Small Businesses Amid Pandemic Panic: As foot traffic slows due to coronavirus, owners worry about lasting impacts.

Maryland Hoops, and Everyone Else, Stomachs A Sudden End to Their Seasons: Plus, an update on Trey Mancini’s health and Joe Flacco shows for Marshal Yanda’s retirement party

Grocery Workers Manage to Keep Morale High and Give Back Despite Long Hours: Managers and employees are working in overdrive to keep communities fed.

Teachers Continue to Fight for Education Equality While Instructing Virtually: Despite a lack of resources, students and teachers work to find feasible solutions.