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  • Peter Bruun's Autumn Leaves series reaches across ages and backgrounds to share knowledge about the meaning of life

    Peter Bruun's Autumn Leaves series reaches across ages and backgrounds to share knowledge about the meaning of life
    A few weeks ago in our State of the Arts issue, City Paper launched a conversation about the divisions, or silos, within the local arts community. It turns out that, as we were publishing that issue, local artists were putting on a series of events that is, in many ways, a perfect example of a project that could break down those divisions, or at least reach across them to broaden conversations about art and life.
  • The Guerrilla Girls outline their trailblazing feminist art in talk at the Baltimore School for the Arts

    The Guerrilla Girls outline their trailblazing feminist art in talk at the Baltimore School for the Arts
    "Anyone want a banana?" Last evening, two women donning gorilla masks appeared from either side of the packed Baltimore School for the Arts auditorium, passing out bananas to audience members. After climbing onstage, they began reading obscenely...

    Wandering Eye: Frank Conaway Jr.'s crazy videos, Jerry Saltz on Matisse, and more

    Wandering Eye: Frank Conaway Jr.'s crazy videos, Jerry Saltz on Matisse, and more
    YouTube videos posted by state Del. Frank M. Conaway Jr. (D-40th District), the son of the elected clerk of the Baltimore City Circuit Court of the same name, both of whom are unopposed for re-election in the Nov. 4 general election in Baltimore, captured...

    Who benefits from the mayor's plan to boost the Baltimore art scene?

    Who benefits from the mayor's plan to boost the Baltimore art scene?
    During the Cultural Town Meeting on Wednesday night at the Maryland Historical Society, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake boasted the numerous arts- and community-based projects, research, and grants that are supposed to help accomplish her goal of...

    Hip-Hop Saints?

    Hip-Hop Saints?
    “Can’t we all just get along?.” By Joyce J. Scott Through Nov. 7 at Goya Contemporary Longer than it is wide, bell-shaped at one end, anchored by two ovoids at the other—yep, that’s a peen. On display. In the art...