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  • A UMBC MFA exhibition dazzles with its scope, quality, and sense of fun

    Imaging and Digital Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition Through Feb. 18 at UMBC’s Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture More at weekly.citypaper.com A thesis exhibition may not sound like a thrilling way to spend an afternoon. Such shows can feel...
  • 2013 TOP TEN ART SHOWS

    2013 TOP TEN ART SHOWS
       A1. Sondheim Semi-Finalists Exhibition (MICA’s Meyerhoff Gallery and Decker Gallery) While the Sondheim finalists show at the Walters was chock-full of in-your-face social issues, many of the semi-finalists tackled their subjects with more...
  • Arthur, Blast Of Silence, Born To Be Wild, Hanna, Murder, My Sweet, Soul Surfer, Wild Strawberries, Your Highness

    ARTHUR Russell Brand and Helen Mirren reprise the Dudley Moore and John Gielgud roles, respectively, in this Jason Winer-directed update of Steve Gordon’s 1981 comedy about the titular spoiled, rich man-child (Brand) who is threatened with being cut...
  • Once-detained artist watches himself better than the government watchers

    “Watching You” April 3 at the Baltimore Museum of Art. For more information visit artbma.org. In 2002, Hasan Elahi, artist and University of Maryland assistant professor of art, was detained at a Detroit airport upon returning to the...
  • Area galleries, exhibits and shows.

    American Visionary Art Museum, 800 Key Highway, (410) 244-1900, avam.org, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesdays-Sundays. Simpsons creator Matt Groening and comic artist Gary Panter co-curated What Makes Us Smile?, a big-idea show about happiness in its many ephemeral...
  • Sixty-six artists, 243 photos, and the innumerable stories suggested by the Baltimore Museum of Art's Seeing Now: Photography Since 1960

    Seeing Now: Photography Since 1960 Baltimore Museum of Art through May 19 Visit artbma.org for more details Tina Barney’s 1985 photograph “The Reception” hits you like a wall-mounted middle finger the first time you pass through the...
  • A quick peek at what's in area galleries this week

    We local art-writer types rarely talk about local museum and gallery exhibitions in tandem, though the arts community here is pretty close-knit. Right now, however, three local institutions have exhibitions that together create a dynamic discussion...
  • This year's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender festival has something for everyone

    Is it gay enough out there for you? So, who else thought Ms. Aguilera was knocked up or suffered from coke bloat after her divorce? No matter, it’s Pride weekend in Baltimore and time to get dirty and feel beautiful. From a posh garden party at...
  • A group of former volunteers says the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter has gone to the dogs

    Six years ago, the Baltimore city animal shelter was, by all accounts, a nightmare. A tiny staff of city employees with no particular interest in animals manned the place. Funding was extremely tight. Underfed, sick, and wounded animals lay on unsealed...
  • Openings and closings

    OPENINGS Neil Meyerhoff’s New Photographs (pictured) opens Jan. 12 at the C. Grimaldis Gallery with a reception from 6-8 p.m. Nature/Made, the two-person show featuring Steven Riddle and Amy Boone-McCreesh, opens Jan. 13 at Theatre Project’s...
  • A guide to Baltimore's online news ecology

    In the early 1800s, Thomas Jefferson was really into hating the press. (It hated him first.) As he put it, “Advertisements contain the only truths to be relied on in a newspaper.” Brutal. That was in 1819, near the end of the great American...
  • What to do and where to go this season

    This is the year, the year you are going to actually enjoy the holidays. Thanksgiving to New Year’s Eve usually passes in a blur of carols heard over mall sound systems, fever pitch shopping, obligatory family get-togethers, and frantic decking of...