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As Covid picks up and art venues close, BmoreArt will ship its newest print journal directly from our printer to your home, a socially distant and safe way to engage with the art and culture of Baltimore.

Support BmoreArt’s beautiful print journal, a work of art in itself featuring jewelry by Joyce J. Scott, Nikki Couppee (pictured above modeled by Leticia Enos and photographed by Jill Fannon), and Everett Hoffman. In addition, the power issue features institutional leaders and museums working toward diversity, equity, and inclusion, leadership roles built in opposition to inequitable structures in the arts, fashion designers’ power suits (all made in Baltimore!), and art by Jackie Milad, Larry Cook, and Ellen Lesperance… and more.

Thank you to all who signed up for BmoreArt’s new subscription service for Issue 09: Craft. You will receive Issue 10 as well in December. We hope you will share this link with friends, colleagues, and family members who would benefit from a subscription to BmoreArt.

Link to BmoreArt’s Shop here. Please note that all subscriptions purchased before December 6 will be mailed out from our printer. After that, we will mail them to you, but it may take an extra week or two.

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2021 ICA Flat File Program
@ ICA Baltimore

Artwork now available for purchase!

We are excited to open the online shop for the 2021 Flat File program! Please go to the link above to view and purchase work. Work is also available for viewing by appointment only at our gallery at 16 West North Ave, please email us at to reserve a time. You can be in a group of 2 maximum, and this group will be the only people allowed in the gallery, along with the gallery attendant. You will be required to observe social distancing and be fully masked, thank you for understanding.

2021 Flat File artists:

MK Bailey
Becky Borlan
Amanda Burnham
Yunkyoung Cho
Seth Crawford
Sue Crawford
Patrick David
Katie Delaney
Liz Donadio
Selina Doroshenko
Brian Michael Dunn
Andrea Sherrill Evans
Mahsa R. Fard
Elaine Fisher
Michaela Flatley
Andrew Geddes
Skye Gilkerson
Kate Gorman
Alexander Heilner
Gabrielle Lajoie-Bergeron
Magnolia Laurie
Caryn Martin
Matthew Moore
Gretchen Schermerhorn
Linda Smith
Wasin Tirawattanawanich
Elena Volkova

2020 Flat File work will also be available for viewing, and can be viewed and purchased at the link below:



Exhibitions: MFA Candidates Fall 2020
ongoing through December 12
@ Towson University Holtzman MFA Gallery

In partial completion of degree requirements, several artists are exhibiting this season.

Brianna Doyle: Jesus is the son, and the sun is a circle

Doyle explores the complexities of morals and ethics that results from growing up between vastly different environments. She uses collage to depict imagery that seemingly opposes itself to show the internal dilemmas that come with an identity full of dichotomies.

Jack Livingston: Falling off the Edge of Nebraska

Livingston blends fact and fiction in this large-scale multimedia installation to present a fractured memoir that draws on the mythic American West and the counter-culture experience of the past half century. He assumes the role of an unreliable narrator in order to exhume a rich history both cultural and personal.

Khalid Ali: Honest Living

Ali, a documentary filmmaker, explores how work can define or defy one’s identity. His subjects toil in humble jobs: an itinerant knife sharpener, a fine artist, urban window washers. All aspire to greatness yet take pride in their daily work, teaching us much about the tension between humility and ambition.



Dave Eassa: I want to hug you
ongoing through December 18
@ The Shed

I wanna hug you is an exhibition of new work by Dave Eassa in The Shed, an artist-run arts space in northeast Baltimore.

Please use the calendar tool to schedule your visit. Once you submit your request, you will receive a confirmation email with the address and instructions for how to access the shed.

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