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  • Wandering Eye: The economic effects of climate change, inside the world of spies, and more

    Wandering Eye: The economic effects of climate change, inside the world of spies, and more
    We're excited about the opening of Amanda Burnham's "RFP" at EMP Collective this weekend and seeing how the exhibit changes over the course of the next month as visitors collaborate with the artist to modify the cityscape of her work. You can get a sense of the massive scope and intellectual depth of Burnham's project from BmoreArt, where Dwayne Butcher talked to Burnham, who says the ideal city is "one where unplanned interactions can happen (and do happen) regularly, because it contains a heterogeneous mix of structures and facilities that are valued and used by a broad mix of people." (Baynard Woods)
  • Matmos turn "I Want Candy" into a song for Edward Snowden

    Matmos covers Bow Wow Wow Yes, you read that right. Drew Daniel and M.C. Schmidt of Matmos took the Bo-Diddley-Beat-jacking song about summer fun by Bow Wow Wow and reworked the lyrics into an homage to the famed NSA leaker Edward Snowden, who, as of this...


    The City That Cuts and Pastes has a charming culture of anagramartisans, who have converted BELIEVE bumper stickers to read BE EVIL, and EAT BERTHA'S MUSSELS to EAT BERTRAND'S RUSSELL. In the interest of restoring integrity to the Baltanagram, we offer...

    Tanya-Tanya in an adaptation at Towson Studio Theater, Dec. 4 to 12

    Olga Mukhina, whose play Tanya Tanya runs at Towson University Dec. 4-12, isn't your average Russian playwright. That is in part because, at least until the early 1990s, there were relatively few practicing Russian playwrights to begin with in a theater...

    Geopolitical events lead to cancellation of Russian theater festival

    Things in Russia have changed so much during the five years Yury Urnov has spent in Baltimore that he jokes it feels more like 350 years. When he first arrived in 2009, he worked with the Center for International Theatre Development (CITD) to host the New...