Baltimore’s fine arts community opens its doors this weekend to show the public how and where art is being made in the city.
Mount Washington’s 37-year-old ceramic arts nonprofit is back from the dead.
What’s a theater without lights, a lobby or even a green room?
Nonprofit Itineris Pulls Out of $3.7 Million Deal to Buy Baltimore Clayworks’ Buildings in Mount Washington
The controversial sale of Baltimore Clayworks’ two Mount Washington properties appears to be off.
Baltimore School for the Arts Wins $20K Federal Grant to Support Decades-Old Extracurricular Program
The Baltimore School for the Arts will get a vital funding boost for its 35-year-old TWIGS program, which provides free dance, singing, music, theater and visual arts instruction to city students.
A veteran advocate for the arts has been hired to lead the Motor House, the Baltimore Arts Realty Corporation’s arts and performance hub in Station North.
Community members petitioning for Baltimore Clayworks to forego selling its two historic Mount Washington buildings say they’re not done fighting.
On June 13, students across Baltimore City will exit school to enjoy the warm weather and some restored weekday freedom. About a month later, city schools and local nonprofit Young Audiences will bring more than 1,000 of them back to brush up on their reading and math skills.
Elissa Blount Moorhead Resigns Position as Director of Station North Arts and Entertainment District
Less than a year into her tenure, Elissa Blount Moorhead has left her position as leader of the Station North Arts and Entertainment District.
Baltimore’s Annual Publications and Multiples Fair, or PMF, is an annual exposition of contemporary artist publications, prints, sculptures, jewelry, textiles and all things deemed worthy of the description “produced in multiple.”