Now that Baltimore has ripped out its controversial Confederate monuments, the city is soliciting ideas from the public for what should replace each statue on its vacant base.
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Believe it or not, nearly four months have already passed since the second annual Light City Festival, and the wheels are already in motion for the third rendition next spring.
Eight walls in the Waverly and Reservoir Hill neighborhoods will soon be getting a major facelift.
An endangered work of public art called “Oasis” is safe, at least for now.
Will Baltimore get The Cleat? Could it be The Stoop? What about The Riga?
Agora Buys Two Charles Street Buildings; Pratt Street Parcel Draws Three Bids; Apartments Proposed for Federal Hill; Ayers Saint Gross Honored
A long-dormant building on Charles Street will come back to life starting today, after a new owner renovated it and moved employees in over the weekend.
Last Sunday, Baltimore muralist Michael Owen set out to paint a vibrant mural on a wall facing Pulse nightclub in Orlando in homage to the victims who died in a mass shooting there this summer. He finished the project before the week was out, and the end result is a stunning tribute.
Where tragedy strikes, love oftentimes pours out to sustain a grieving community. In Orlando, a muralist known for his work around Baltimore is bringing that love in a literal way to a wall across from Pulse nightclub, where 49 people were killed and 53 wounded on June 12 in our country’s worst-ever modern mass shooting.
Maryland Art Place is now accepting applications for its spring 2016 IMPACT project, which will be held this year at Sunnyfields, 6305 Falls Road in North Baltimore. MAP is partnering with Sunnyfields, the fine gift shop and cabinetry showroom, to choose an artist or several artists to display artwork at Sunnyfields as part of the one-year anniversary of the store.