Since the Covid-19 pandemic, literary events have nearly disappeared. The Lost Weekend—hosted by Baltimore independent bookstore Greedy Reads in partnership with production friends The Stables—is reigniting the spark by bringing together the best of Baltimore’s literary voices and creative talent with the city’s most celebrated food and drinks vendors, May 13—15. I spoke with Greedy Reads […]
Siblings, Isata Kanneh-Mason, pianist, and Sheku Kanneh-Mason, cellist, will be on the Shriver Hall Concert Series stage this Sunday, following their sensational Baltimore debut in 2019 on the Discovery Series. I spoke with Isata by phone.
The Baltimore Fine Art Print Fair, the only all-contemporary print fair in the country, will be at the Baltimore Innovation Center in the Pigtown neighborhood on the last weekend of April, bringing together 24 galleries, dealers, and print publishers from across the country. I spoke with Vice President, Content and Programming, Ann Shafer.
Annapolitan, Jannette Bloom, a musician and filmmaker, will be in discussion about her film “Sing to Me Sylvie” at an event hosted by the Friends of the Annapolis Symphony on Sunday, April 24. I spoke with Jannette about her work and aspirations.
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The Baltimore Museum of Art and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art have co-organized a comprehensive exhibition following the career of the internationally renowned artist, Joan Mitchell. I spoke with BMA co-curator, Katy Siegel.
Apprentice House Press will release the new novel by Baltimore writer, Eric D. Goodman, on Tuesday, April 17th. He talks here about this part romantic comedy/part buddy novel.
Kellen Johnson selected two works for “Guarding the Art.” Max Beckmann’s Still Life with Large Shell (1939), a portrait of his wife, Mathilde, has a connection to music (Kellen is studying singing at Towson University), and Normandy Landscape (1928) is by the Black artist, Hale Woodruff. […]
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After a Covid-19 hiatus, and a virtual presentation last year, the annual Bach Marathon from the Music at St. David’s series is returning to St. David’s in Roland Park. I spoke with Director of Music Ministries, Douglas Buchanan.