Baltimore city schools kick off a brand new summer program that pairs teachers with local professional artists specializing in everything from hip hop to theatre to filmmaking.
Artscape, America’s largest free arts festival, is coming back to Charm City from Friday, July 17 through Sunday July 19 on Mount Royal Ave. and North Charles St.
The Washington Jewish Film Festival is opening its 25th anniversary event, featuring more than 80 films over the next 11 days.
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Deborah Rutter says there’s no reason the nation’s capital should be a conservative, risk-averse place for the arts. In fact, she wants to see the Kennedy Center drive more innovation and discussion about the role of the arts in society.
The Walters Art Museum has been awarded $913,000 in grants for upcoming projects and exhibits leading into its 80th anniversary as a public museum.
The Smithsonian Institution won’t reopen one of the oldest buildings on the National Mall this year as an innovation pavilion as planned.
The arts community in Baltimore City is about to get an infusion of cash thanks to the return of the Creative Baltimore Fund.
A budget deal approved by Congress restores funding for some national arts and cultural programs, but others will still see reductions.
One of Baltimore’s youth music groups gets a presidential nod. The sounds of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s OrchKids program have reached the White House.