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“People don’t expect for brown and Black people to be in these spaces,” says Evans, a photographer, poet, author, and nonprofit founder.
Photographer Jay Fleming captures the world of water on the Chesapeake.
BSA seniors might be the last students to work in a darkroom setting for months ahead.
Photographer and Hopkins researcher James Trudeau captures scenes from the pandemic.
Photographer Sean Scheidt captures his neighborhood during the pandemic.
Grandson of longtime Baltimore Afro-American photographer Henry Phillips preserves his one-of-a-kind collection.
A local photographer’s portraits of isolated row houses are garnering international attention.
New exhibit and online database inspires institutional change at the art school.
On Instagram, these four local foodies leave us hungry for more.
Boudoir photography takes off.
Street photographer Martha Cooper has documented urban culture for 40-plus years.
Baltimore man connects long-lost vintage portraits and family photos with their loved ones.
The hottest happenings around town this month.
We got down and dirty to create our July cover.
The True Laurels editor discusses his local arts publication and the importance of covering his hometown.
Prolific Baltimore street photographer passes away at age 28.
We take a look at some of the key figures who are shaping both arts and activism in the city.
The latest from Prince photographer Steve Parke and film critic Ann Hornaday.
The Baltimore artist captures The Purple One in new book.
A photography book from Amy Davis and a collection of H.L. Mencken columns.
The latest from Devin Allen and Ed Norris.
The photographer shares work from his first book, A Beautiful Ghetto.