Happening now: A film showing and panel discussion of “Who Does She Think She Is” at The Center for Green Urbanism as part of their exhibit, Making Herstory 6: The Era of Our Dreams. The exhibit’s presented by The ThickArt Collaborative in Collaboration with Authentic Contemporary Art & The Center for Green Urbanism. Today’s showing … Read More
So about a week ago I went to the Post-Conceptualism Exhibit at UMD’s Stamp Gallery in College Park. It’s a great exhibit and features plenty of abstract themes. The reception was as crowded as could be, I really look forward to visiting the exhibit with less people so I can grasp the material a bit … Read More
The other night, March 8th,I attended Anna Deavere Smith’s excerpts from her one-woman performance, Let Me Down Easy, at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland -College Park. I know of Smith from Twilight: Los Angeles and Fires from the Mirror as well as from my voice teacher, Leigh Smiley, incorporating … Read More
Our own Justin Fair has been featured with an interview as the February Artist of the Week with Art 4 the Masses! Art 4 the Masses is a great space to buy students’ artwork online. Affordable AND local!!! Congratulations Justin! We’re so proud of you! Keep up the FANTASTIC work! Check out Justin’s arts blog … Read More
I’m proud to let you know about Resonant Forms at the Gateway Arts Center in Brentwood, MD. Presented by Brentwood Arts Exchange and the Prince Georges African American Museum and Cultural Center, the exhibit opened thisFebruaryfor Black History Month and will be open until April 9th! The opening reception is Friday the 11th from 5pm-8pm. … Read More
Had a fantastic time at the “Poetic. Aesthetic.” exhibit at The Art Gallery at UMD! Please view more photos from this exhibit on flickr.com! Find out more at www.artgallery.umd.edu/exhibitions/2010-2011/poetic-aesthetic/index.html!
As I sit at an intriguing lecture at Zimstone Gallery for their newest exhibit, “Something Old, Something New, Something Blue,” the space is buzzing with interesting people, interesting ideas, and interesting art. The show features the inspiring work of sculptors from Zimbabye such as Sylvester Mubayi and Edward Chiwawa; gorgeous photography by Henry J. Ferrand; and … Read More
With the recent tragedy of the Gulf Oil Disaster, we are once again asked to deal with the aftermath of this horrible situation and are reminded of the other two disasters of this decade. We are consistently faced with frustrating circumstances that, in many cases, could have been prevented. As this decade comes to an … Read More