Cynthia McBride’s sign might be dated but her business strategy is timeless.
The art of poetry requires much more emotion and talent than what “roses are red, violets are blue” would lead one to believe, and so a certain respect should be given to those who would wear their heart on their sleeve when writing or performing poetry. Celebrate National Poetry Month by embracing the words of fellow Baltimoreans and perhaps sharing some of your own.
Four major universities are joining theater companies in Boston, Baltimore, Washington and Atlanta in a project to commission new plays, music and dance compositions about the Civil War and its lasting legacy 150 years later.
The board of trustees overseeing the Corcoran Gallery of Art has decided the Washington museum should remain in its historic building near the White House after studying a possible move for six months.
That’s a wrap! A longtime Baltimore theater says a final goodbye.
Paintings and photographs depicting the raw reality of the Civil War marked a major change in American art that tossed out romantic notions of war.
When Seth Moulden was a boy, he would watch his father, professional artist Doug Moulden, paint in the family’s living room.
The Maryland Judiciary has received more than 500 submissions for its “Conflict Resolution Day Student Bookmark Art Contest.”
Art relating to the U.S. presidency will soon be shown in Washington ahead of planned sales of the works by Christie’s auction house.
The state of Maryland is planning to preserve a set of murals that have decorated a shuttered travel plaza near Aberdeen for more than 40 years.
Baltimore City schools are getting a big boost to their art programs.
Large-scale artworks created by children who lost parents or siblings in the 9/11 attacks are being shown together for the first time at the Pentagon.