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BMA partners with the market to provide art programs, presentations, and gatherings.
The 133-year-old building has become a hub for creatives in Baltimore.
Platforms like Instagram provide all patrons a front row seat to art exhibits.
Pedicabs, paper straws, and zero Styrofoam will make for most sustainable festival yet.
Faced with bankruptcy, the Mt. Washington gallery and studio shutters its doors.
A look at the people, places, and trends that will shape the city.
Our guide to the largest free arts festival in the country.
Our interview with Elaine Eff, author of 'The Painted Screens of Baltimore: An Urban Folk Art Revealed'
The best artists, bands, concerts and more
The best dance companies, exhibitions and more
From an African slave canoe to a Dale Chihuly sculpture, a local business transports priceless artifacts and great works of art.
Baltimore's most notorious graffiti artist tries to go straight, juggling family, school, sobriety, and an art world that just might embrace him.
The Baltimore-born star copes with his recent arrest and his mother's ongoing addictions.
Towson author is the unassuming bestseller next door.
With Simpsons creator Matt Groening and Maryland artist John Root Hopkins aboard for the fun, the museum’s next show is a hoot.
She has a role on the hit TV series Mad Men, but model and actor Peyton List is still a Baltimore girl at heart.
Local jazz tradition passes from generation to generation, with some help from a state program.
Baltimore's biggest R&B export stages a comeback.
Paul Reed Smith has joined the likes of Fender and Gibson in the pantheon of electric guitar makers.