Maryland Institute College Of Art
A nonprofit developer is celebrating a milestone in its historic landmark renovation in Baltimore’s new Station North arts district by lighting a historic theater marquee for the first time since 1959
Are you looking for a way to bring out that budding artist within? Baltimore has several places where you can learn the fine art of sketching.
The board of the Maryland Institute College of Art has chosen Samuel Hoi as the next president of the 188-year-old school in Baltimore.
Creativity is unique to each individual, and there are various ways of expressing it. One way to express yourself is by indulging in the area of ceramic arts. Baltimore has several facilities that offer classes from beginner to expert.
If you would like to enhance your picture-taking skills, these area photography classes are helpful for both beginners and professionals.
After nearly 35 years, the president of the Maryland Institute College of Art plans to retire.
If you’re feeling guilty about leaving your dog home alone all day, many offices in the Baltimore region are warming up to the idea of welcoming dogs into the workforce as an added perk to both employees and pets. If you’re seeking a new dog-friendly workplace, start your job search with these companies.
It’s that time again for the awe-inspiring Artscape, which celebrates creativity in all its forms. Head over to view the talents of more than 150 artists and craftsmen, listen to a wide variety of music and participate in hands-on activities.
One of the best ways to determine the personality of a city is though its art. Enjoy these iconic works which remain integral to Baltimore’s identity.
The true art behind photography comes with the ability to capture the essence of a moment in time. The photography galleries of Baltimore collect many of these moments in the hopes of connecting with you.
The Maryland Institute College of Art received its largest gift ever– $10 million from its longtime trustee, George Bunting, Jr. and his wife, Anne Bunting.
A burgeoning arts and entertainment district in Baltimore is the focus of a new grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, along with public-private partnerships in New Orleans and elsewhere.