Sondheim 2022 Art Prize Finalists: Artist Talks
Join the Walters Art Museum on Sunday, August 28 for a presentation by the 2022 Janet & Walter Sondheim Art Prize finalists: Maren Henson, Megan Koeppel, and James Williams II. Chandi Kelley, Curatorial Assistant and Coordinator of Contemporary Initiatives at the Walters, will introduce the program, and the artists will discuss their artistic practice and their work currently on view at the Walters.
This program is co-hosted with the Baltimore Office for Promotion and The Arts and presented in conjunction with the 17th-annual Janet & Walter Sondheim Art Prize Finalists exhibition on view at the Walters Art Museum through September 18, 2022.
To register for this free talk, click below.
Station North Art Walk This Friday
Join the Station North Arts District for the next Station North Art Walk: Spotlight on Greenmount West on Friday, August 26. This event will feature the new Art Walk Maker Market, exhibits, performances, open studios, and restaurant specials. Get more information at the link below.
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Legacy Fest Is Here!
Legacy Fest is a full day (August 27), outdoor art festival featuring some of the most dynamic creatives Baltimore City has to offer. Come together to honor the rich history of Baltimore’s Black creative community while celebrating the present and future of Pennsylvania Ave. Legacy Fest provides an open market for dozens of vendors, a kids zone full of fun and educational activities, and an out of this world musical lineup. This will be an event for everyone to enjoy!
Get details at the link below.
See ArtsCentric’s Production of RENT Through August 28
Based loosely on Puccini’s “La Boheme,” RENT follows a year in
the life of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to
survive and create in New York’s Lower East Side under the shadow of
HIV/AIDS. “ArtsCentric’s Rent will be highly immersive,” says director Kevin
S. McAllister. “It will honor the shows beloved characters and their
friendships and will also define how humanity can make the most of the here
and now while also pausing to relish in our most glorious life’s moments.”
Get tickets HERE
“Kiss Me, Mr. Musk: A Climate Change Parable” Opens at Theatre
The Chesapeake Bay expands and sea levels rise into Baltimore
City. In this post-human world only our trash remains. What do these
inanimate objects do without humans? Can they build a society of their own?
A cheeky exploration of climate change action, denial, and what we leave
behind. Single Carrot Theatre opens this devised production at Theatre
Project on Friday, August 19. Running through September 11, tickets are
Click HERE for details
Join the Black Arts District for a Free Networking Event This Friday
Black to the Future is a free networking event for Black creatives
and businesses. Make new connections, get free headshots, participate in
free workshops, and more. You don’t want to miss this! Let’s all get in the
same room and plan the future of Baltimore and our individual and collective
goals of betterment.
Stop by Crystal Moll Gallery in Federal Hill from now through
October 1 to see the 9th Annual Summer Plein Air Show. This exhibition
features works by 40 talented regional painters.
For exhibition details and
gallery hours, click the link below.