After the agency that puts on Artscape announced last week that next year’s festival would be held Sept. 13-17, 2023, residents pointed out that the dates would overlap with Rosh Hashanah in 2023, Sept. 15-17.
Mr. Trash Wheel and his family — Professor Trash Wheel, Captain Trash Wheel, and Gwynnda the Good Wheel of the West — work hard to remove floating debris and keep the Inner Harbor clean from tons of waste.
Now, Baltimore’s favorite trash collecting water creatures invite residents to a night of celebration and appreciation at the Trash Wheel Fan Fest.
This Week: Kevin Tervala lectures on Abstraction and African Art for the Art Seminar Group, BmoreArt’s Jeffrey Kent and Cara Ober in conversation with Devin Allen and Bill Gaskins in a Connect+Collect Virtual Talk, Jo Smail opening reception at Goya Contemporary, Plein Air Painting at Evergreen, John Waters at Maryland Center for History and Culture, Oletha DeVane opening reception at UMBC, September Bromo Art Walk, and Corita Kent and J.M. Giordano opening receptions at Goucher–PLUS Center for Craft Research Fund Artist Fellowship and more featured opportunities.
Skip the hook. The intro. The topic sentence. Skip the subject. The thesis. Skip all supporting evidence. Enter only, conflict: I don’t want to be a writer anymore.
In July, when I first felt this, I could almost literally feel the wall going up. Less a metaphor for writer’s block; more a metaphor of writer’s won’t. I won’t write, I thought, I wiggity willingingly won’t. The why of which, unclear—all the bubbles marked dark and heavy, then moving through the scantron without yet a final result.
After two years of virtual events, Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) is back in person for its 9th annual “Doors Open Baltimore” festival.
BAF, an organization that encourages the celebration and recognition of Baltimore architectural history, heritage and design innovations, will host a free city-wide festival of architecture and neighborhoods.
Testival will feature park and neighborhood tours as well as behind-the-scenes tours of Baltimore landmarks during the first weekend in October.