Launching on Wednesday, May 27 at 7 pm, WTMD will air weekly performances from the BSO Pulse series, which frequently sold out the 2,400-capacity Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore. The performances can be heard on 89.7 FM or streamed live through WTMD's website WTMD.org/radio, the WTMD app and smart speakers.
Have you always dreamed of writing a play? This summer join us virtually at the Pratt as we partner with the education staff of the Modell Lyric for a biweekly playwriting class that will run for 8 weeks. Learn what makes a play interesting, how to write dialogue, and how to stage your play. You’ll come out of the workshop with a 10-minute play! Each workshop session will be 75 minutes in length. At the end of the workshop series, each participant will have a well-drafted ten-minute play and a Certificate of Completion from the Modell Lyric.
"Now See Hear" consists of multi-sensory artworks by 5 members of Make Studio in collaboration with 5 guest artists (all 2020 Sondheim applicants). Drawings, songs, collages, poems, paintings, and videos produced by these creative co-conspirators bring all senses into play and into the conversation. The exhibition can be viewed online at www.make-studio.org, with a selection of pieces on view as window displays at Make Studio’s gallery in Hampden, July 7th through August 7th.
Move over, Netflix! BMA Screening Room is a new video streaming service broadcasting the work of 50 video artists. Watch short films and videos created by some of your favorite Baltimore-based artists and discover the work of local visionaries like Erick Antonio Benitez, Nicoletta Daríta de la Brown, Nia Hampton, Chung-Wei Huang, Devin N. Morris, Jules Rosskam, and Abdu Ali and Karryl Eugene of as they lay. More videos will be added throughout the duration of the project.
The purpose of the New Timbuktu Community Education Institute is to provide high quality professional development that is based on and draws from methodologies that are derived from the bodies of work and community based institutions that have traditionally been marginalized.
The BMA invited several Baltimore-based galleries and collectives to curate digital exhibitions at tomorrows.artbma.org. Galerie Myrtis, Creative Alliance, ICA Baltimore, and Current Space, among many others, present the work of artists including Ernest Shaw, Zoë Charlton, LaToya Hobbs, Antonio McAfee, and Graham Coreil-Allen. Drop in the virtual galleries, and if you’re able, be sure to support them. All transactions will be conducted by the individual galleries, who will keep all proceeds along with the artists they represent.
Super City’s old-school showmanship - coordinated band choreography and a hooky pop sound that blends heavy rock elements and danceability - is the perfect match for Creative Alliance’s new streaming portal. Shows will be broadcast LIVE from the Patterson Theater in HD with all sorts of extra surprises. These are the best seats on the internet, we promise.
About Super City:
Annual exhibit featuring artwork from Howard County Center for the Arts resident visual artists: James Adkins, Joan Bevelaqua, Sara Engel, Art Landerman, Charlotte Mann, Diana Marta, Joyce J. Ritter, Myungsook Ryu Kim, Jereme Scott, Andrei Trach, Jamie Travers and Mary Jo Tydlacka.
Now on ZOOM! Screen your new work or work in progress (max length 15 min) at this monthly feedback session from your Baltimore filmmaking peers! Send your short films via email by the Friday before to Creative Alliance Film Curator, Aaron Barlow ([email protected]) to be added to the lineup.
THANK YOU to our generous sponsors Baltimore Filmmakers Collective and CHARM City Filmmakers for helping to make these sessions possible!
Zoom is FREE to download.
Online conversations every Thursday at noon starting May 14
Our world is shifting rapidly. We need to shift.
We at Artists U want to work through these shifts together. We want to build positive, rigorous conversations about surviving and thriving during and beyond this time of uncertainty.
Artists have much to contribute at this moment of crisis. By stabilizing our lives, we can activate our skills as artists to create things in our community and our world: new art, structures, connections, and futures.
Creative Alliance presents Drag Story: Reading is FUNdamental!
Every THU | 1PM | Facebook Event Page Live Feed
Hey parents! Join us on Thursdays after lunch with your kids for a family-friendly Facebook Live Feed drag storytime event featuring some of Baltimore's favorite drag personas.
There’s nothing fake about David Murray -- His authentic voice on tenor saxophone is only bolstered by his fiery sincerity as an improviser. And he’s just as direct in conversation, speaking straight from the heart, and getting right to the point. He has recorded nearly 100 albums as a leader, with dozens of bands. He lives ahead of expectations.
Vacation plans on hold? Take this virtual vacation through Maryland history and learn how previous generations of Marylanders spent their summers. From the ocean to the bay to the western mountains, Maryland's diverse landscapes have long provided its citizens with refuge from the workaday world.
This event is part of Summer Challenge, a Pratt Library reading challenge for all ages. Log your reading, participate in activities, and more!
Baltimore Choral Arts Society presents a new virtual community singing series titled Masterworks Moments. This series is curated to stay connected and musically engaged with the community, using the joy of choral music to unify and inspire. This is a free and open community series inviting both singers and spectators.
Seth Kibel is one of the Mid-Atlantic's premier woodwind specialists, working with some of the best bands in klezmer, jazz, swing & more. He has won 28 Washington Area Music Awards (Wammies). Wowing audiences on clarinet, saxophone and flute, Seth is the featured performer with The Kleztet, Bay Jazz Project, Music Pilgrim Trio, The Natty Beaux, and more. His son, Will, is a 15 year old hostage pianist who is about to commence the 10th grade at McDonough School.
Baltimore photographer and educator Jay Gould discusses his experience creating portraits of Walters’ Staff for the 2019/20 exhibition Time and Place using historic photographic processes. Hear about the intricacies and challenges Gould encountered while building his own camera, as well as the quirks and chemistry that are inherent to these early methods.
For many people, theme parks reconnect us to childhood memories of thrilling rides, tasty food, and live entertainment. This shared nostalgia is easily attributed to the nearly three dozen amusement parks scattered across Maryland’s landscape over the past 144 years.