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  • Oliver!

    Art is the most honest way to deal with our inability to understand the world. Our knowledge of the world and its events is informed by biased media sources as well as the limited scope of our own individual experiences. Kimi Hanauer, founder of Process Collective, a curatorial collaboration based in Station North, calls this problem our “epistemic failure.” According to her theory, art can draw our attention to these gaps because art itself is a failed attempt to express what is so deeply personal that it cannot be expressed in such a way that reveals its full essence to the world.
  • We've Lost that Loving Feeling

    We've Lost that Loving Feeling
    In Japan, ramen is a labor of love: Stocks are cooked for hours, flavors are cultivated through decades of experience, and family recipes are fiercely guarded. It’s serious business which, despite its difficulty to perfect, has found a successful...

    Artscape is Totally Fucking Awesome and You Should Go

    Hey Baltimore Patrons of The Arts, it’s almost time for Artscape! What? OK, I know, half of you are going like “Artscape? You mean that stupid thing where the traffic and parking gets all screwed up and there are goofballs walking around...

    Mr. Artscape is Dead. Long Live Mr. Artscape

    Mr. Artscape is Dead. Long Live Mr. Artscape
    As an artist who has been involved in Artscape over the years, I was really excited to meet the new “Mr. Artscape,” as people have tended to think of the festival’s visual-arts coordinator, most recently erstwhile CP designer Jim Lucio...

    Comings and Goings

    Comings and Goings
    •The Karzai family—owners of The Helmand, Tapas Teatro, and b. Bistro—know a thing or two about running a successful restaurant. So when they announced plans to open a new place in the former location of The Chesapeake, excitement was...