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DIY arts space Bell Foundry shut down by city

The DIY arts studio and performance space Bell Foundry was shut down this afternoon, as artists were locked out from the building and left wondering if they would be able to retrieve their art and belongings.

Chief Roman Clark, a spokesman for the Baltimore Fire Department, said the department and Baltimore Housing inspected the building this afternoon after receiving a complaint.

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Baltimore at Art Basel: Checking in with the local artists and spaces that showcased in Miami

Last week, bits and pieces of Baltimore’s artist and gallery community relocated temporarily to Miami for the annual Miami Art Week, the massive pop-up of satellite art fairs revolving around Art Basel.

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'Under The Scope' is a motley science fair of an exhibition at Goucher's Silber Art Gallery

Somewhere in Goucher’s Silber Art Gallery peeped the faintest sound of a periodic tap-tap. Where exactly it was coming from within the room I wasn't sure, but the noise was, nonetheless, excruciatingly near.

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Surrender to Vincent Como's 'No Hope. Not now, not ever' at Guest Spot

When Vincent Como's “No Hope. Not now, not ever," on view through Dec. 3, opened at Guest Spot, I did not really think that it would open some portal to a darker dimension. I took the work for what it was—a meditation on nihilism and gothic tropes. I accepted its repetitions and labyrinths.

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Myth trumps fact in David Fincher's enigmatic 'Zodiac'

'Zodiac,' directed by David Fincher screens at the Senator Nov. 30, Dec. 4, and Dec.

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No Trivia: Everybody knows this is nowhere

A big chunk of Neil Young's discography showed up on Apple Music and Spotify just a few days before Donald Trump's victory and I've been revisiting his noisy, rickety records of rage, rancor, and resignation ever since.

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