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  • Beyond the Beltway

    Ouch: According to an April 12 story in Broadcasting and Cable, Jon Leiberman, the former Washington bureau chief for Cockeysville-based Sinclair Broadcast Group who cut his teeth at SBG's Fox 45, was denied unemployment benefits by the Maryland...
  • Final Free First Thursday Film at the Baltimore Museum of Art

    This week, the Baltimore Museum of Art hosts the last screening in its free First Thursdays film series. Curated by erstwhile City Paper contributor Eric Allen Hatch, the nearly 2-year-old series has consistently brought rarely seen and hard-to-find...
  • Local Arts: BMA Curator Appointed Chief Curator at Walker Art Center

    About a month back, we heard that Darsie Alexander, the Baltimore Museum of Art's senior curator for contemporary art, would be leaving her post soon, but we didn't know where she was going until today. Alexander will become the chief curator at the...
  • Call for entries: BMA seeks local artists to respond to Franz West

    Franz West. "Lemure Heads," 1992. Installation at BMA. Private Collection, New York, Courtesy of David Zwirner. | Image by Mitro Hood The Baltimore Museum of Art is encouraging local " beatboxers, DJs, musicians, poets, and spoken-word artists" to apply...
  • Petition: Bring Back the BMA Film Series

    Syndromes and a Century At last, proof that we're not the only ones missing the Baltimore Museum of Art's late, lamented film series. Justin Blemly, webmaster at local music/culture site Beatbots (and boyfriend of City Paper contributor Raven Baker),...
  • 2009 Janet and Walter Sondheim finalists announced

    This morning the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts announced the six finalists for the fourth annual $25,000 Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Award. They are the artist collective the Baltimore Development Cooperative, whose core members are...
  • Baltimore Museum of Art Announces Furloughs and Cutbacks

    Remember when we wondered just how bad Maryland and Baltimore's arts funding crisis could get? This afternoon the Baltimore Sun's Chris Kaltenbach reported on imminent employee furloughs and other cost-cutting plans at the Baltimore Museum of Art....
  • Jan. 19, 2000

    The feature is Eileen Murphy's celebration of renowned Baltimore artist Joyce J. Scott, to mark Scott's solo exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art. City Paper's decision to run Savage Love is debated in The Mail. In Mobtown Beat, Michael Anft reports...
  • A Celebration of Flo McGarrell's Life: Tonight, Jan. 20, 7 p.m. at the Middendorf Gallery in MICA's Station Building

    Last week Flo McGarrell—MICA grad, multidisciplinary artist, and son to James and Ann McGarrell of Newbury, Vt.—passed away Jan. 12 during the earthquake that devastated Haiti. At the time, McGarrell was inside the Peace of Mind Hotel, which...
  • March 15, 2000

    Tom Chalkley's feature considers Frederick Douglass' legacy in Baltimore, where ambivalence about the city's slave-trade legacy continues. The piece includes insights from a man who calls himself Frederick Douglass IV, who, it later came to light, falsely...
  • 2010 Baker Artist Awards Announced

    a still from Karen Yasinsky's "I Choose Darkness" On the evening of March 3 the winners for the 2010 Baker Artists Awards were announced on the Maryland Public Television program ArtWorks This Week. Host Rhea Feikin first spoke with Connie Imboden,...
  • April 5, 2000

    Project Censored's round-up of overlooked news in 1999 fills the feature hole with four elements: the 10 most-ignored stories, another 15 articles that were also unheralded, a list of 10 stories that got way too much play, and a roster of the judges....