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  • 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 bringing 10,000 families to Baltimore in the next ten years. But when the floor opened up for specific questions, she didn’t have many specific answers.
  • State of the Arts

    State of the Arts
    This year, we’ve decided to mix up the standard “Fall Arts Guide” formula. For one thing, the city’s art scene doesn’t often work in such a way as to make long-term previews useful. When we posted our Sizzlin’ Summer...

    Separate But Equal

    Separate But Equal
    In 2012, after my first six months of building the Baltimore Art + Justice Project (BA+JP) in the Office of Community Engagement at MICA, I attended an artists’ community meeting at the Arena Players theater on McCulloh Street.  There were a...

    Light From the East

    Light From the East
    There is something almost clandestine about XOL Art Gallery, which is hidden in a small warehouse between Park Avenue and Tyson Alley in Mount Vernon. To get there from Park, we have to push open a gate and walk down a narrow rocky path through a fenced...

    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...