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  • Highlights from MICA's undergraduate commencement exhibition

    Highlights from MICA's undergraduate commencement exhibition
    It's art-fair season in the world, y'all. According to my Instagram feed, you've got the Frieze Art Fair and NADA in New York City through this weekend, and the Venice Biennale through November, and I'm sure there are plenty of others that haven't even crossed my nascent art-critic consciousness yet. Lucky for us, we can stop squinting at those tiny images on our phones because here in Baltimore we happen to have a really great, sprawling, overwhelming, fairlike display of works at MICA's undergraduate commencement exhibition.
  • @Who_Is_U may be the funniest thing on Instagram

    @Who_Is_U may be the funniest thing on Instagram
    The gym, full of mid-twenty- and thirtysomethings in brightly colored Under Armour and Nike gear, was a box with slippery blue floors and cloudy backboards. I wasn’t the fattest dude in the gym, so I figured I could put on show or at least embarrass...

    A Night at the Pit

    A Night at the Pit
    On Sept. 16 at 9 p.m., a group of young men gather in an alley near North Castle and Orleans streets, directly beside 16-year-old Dejon Durham’s family home, just like their older brothers did before them. They’re across from the Citgo...

    Baltimore artists blur the lines between the culinary and visual arts

    Baltimore artists blur the lines between the culinary and visual arts
    At Terrault Contemporary’s “Salon Show” in October, a group of people stood around a beautiful, and delicious, display. This was not your ordinary gallery fare—deep-fried crickets, beets, sweet potatoes, and guacamole—and...

    The real battle over protest events in Baltimore are on social media, where control of the narrative is on the line

    The real battle over protest events in Baltimore are on social media, where control of the narrative is on the line
    Following Saturday’s murder of two police officers in New York by Ismaaiyl Brinsley (who announced his intentions via Instagram and included the hashtags “#RIPErivGardner [sic] and #RIPMikeBrown), the Sergeants Benevolent Association, a New...