Baltimore is known for its Ravens and Orioles, but the Goldfinch and the Red-Bellied Woodpecker? Not so much–until now.
A team is doing all they can to save some endangered whales in the middle of Baltimore City. They’re more than 20 years old and in desperate need of help.
Funding fight. A new mural project in Baltimore is creating controversy. The city is planning to spend nearly $50,000 to create 5-10 murals in blighted neighborhoods. But some say it’s a bad way to spend city money.
Hundreds of murals commissioned as public art for U.S. post offices in the New Deal era are the focus of a new online project created by the Smithsonian.
There’s something new in Little Italy, and it’s the talk of the neighborhood. It’s a tribute to a summertime event there.
They are a mainstay in Baltimore, and have been so since the 19th Century, selling fruits and vegetables from their colorful trucks. Now the city’s arabbers are being joined by a group of artists.
About 500 volunteers are expected to help beautify the campuses of two District of Columbia schools as part of a nationwide volunteer effort led by Comcast.
A healing hand is headed to one Baltimore County high school marked by violence on the first day of class.
Students who witnessed a shooting in a school cafeteria on the first day of classes in Baltimore County will create a mural to help with the healing process.
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.
Bill Dunlap is looking for a few good barns. The artist, based in Cumberland, has been commissioned by the University of Maryland to paint murals on the sides of barns throughout the state, hopefully one in every county.
Public art isn’t just for the south end of downtown Frederick. A new mural project, North of Fourth, is in progress near the Bernard W. Brown Community Center on North Market Street.