THIS JUST IN:  Issue 3 of the BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas explores the issue of LEGACY for artists in the Baltimore region. What is our cultural birthright and who are our artistic forbearers? How can we, as creative and equity-minded citizens, learn from the successes and failures of our ancestors in Baltimore?

Issue 3 features cultural leaders like Joyce J. Scott and John Waters, compares generations of makers, and analyzes the history of our cultural landscape.

Where can I find the BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas?? This new publication is available in Baltimore and beyond. Our vending partners include The Baltimore Museum of Art, The Ivy Bookshop, The Walters Art Museum, TROHV in Hampden, Bird in Hand Book Cafe in Charles Village, The Rubell Family Collection in Miami, Atomic Books, Area 405, Dovecote Cafe, Hunting Ground, the MICA Bookstore, Modern Bookshop, Hotel Indigo, Parts & Labor, Park Cafe, Y:Art Gallery, Ceremony Coffee, and The Reginald Lewis Museum.

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Issue 3: Legacy


The BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas explores Baltimore as a fertile ground to live and work. If you love what we do, join us and support our efforts!

Posed to a variety of contributing writers, photographers, and visual artists, these questions have yielded a rich and diverse conversation about what it means to live, work, and create plans for the future in Baltimore.

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