Artist Lat Naylor shares the retro kitchen of his rehabbed 1870s Bolton Hill home.
Fixer-upper: When I moved in, there was a crack that started in the sub-basement and ran the entire height of the house. When it got to the top floors, the crack was more than one-foot wide.
Chul Hyun Ahn
Costas Grimaldis first came across Ahn’s light sculptures at the Korean artist’s MICA thesis show in 2002. Since then, Ahn’s work has been a fixture at Grimaldis’s Charles Street...
Firsthand accounts of what's happening in Baltimore.
June 9, 2013
“You just rode under the oldest railroad bridge in North America,” Ed Orser, who literally wrote the book on the Gwynns Falls, informs two-dozen bicyclists...
Artscape is back with an international theme.
Artscape, America’s largest free arts festival, is back for its 32nd year (July 19-21), and it’s looking to take on the world— at least thematically. Celebrating more than 30 countries through both...
A pair of art awards have been getting a lot of attention in and around Baltimore.
Few events create as much buzz in the arts community as the Mary Sawyers Baker and Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape prizes. Establishment of the annual awards qualifies as one of the most...
Why Dark Side of the Moon? Why Baltimore? Why now?
Why Dark Side? It’s an album that still speaks to people and still feels emotionally relevant across the decades. For me as an improvising musician and arranger, it began haunting me in 2009,...
Kwame Kwei-Armah, artistic director Center Stage/playwright Beneatha’s Place.
Through June 16, Center Stage presents The Raisin Cycle—two plays (performed in rotating repertory) inspired by A Raisin in the Sun. The first, Clybourne Park, is a 2011 Pulitzer Prize-winning play...
Our full interview with the outgoing artistic director and conductor for Handel Choir of Baltimore.
You've been the Choir’s artistic director and conductor since 2004, what made you decide to leave now?
You know, I love Handel Choir and what a community chorus represents to its singers,...
Artist Scott Ponemone shows off his delightful Mt. Vernon home studio.
For Art’s Sake: I was looking for a house with room for an art studio and lots of light.
The Price Was Right: This house is an example of Italianate architecture built around 1855. I knew I wanted a...
Don’t look now, but a world-class opera singer is living in Baltimore.
The sounds of tuning violins, deliberate piano notes, and operatic singing bounce through the corridors of Peabody’s Leakin Hall on a Monday afternoon. The singing comes from a spacious, high-...