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Issue 04 of the BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas explores COMMUNITY for artists in the Baltimore region.

What is the meaning of community and how can we adopt a more equitable and critical stance to its use? Who are the community groups blazing a trail for others in Baltimore? Which artists explore and challenge the idea of community in their work?

Issue 04 features emerging theater companies, artist-run spaces, collaborative projects, and experimental artwork. Featured artists include: Wickerham & Lomax, Marian April Glebes, Baltimore Girls, Troy Staton, Dr. Joan Gaither, Phaan Howng, Elliot Doughtie, Graham Coreil-Allen, Tanya Garcia, and more.

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 Cookshop, Hotel Indigo, Parts & Labor, Park Cafe, Y:Art Gallery, Ceremony Coffee, and The Reginald Lewis Museum.

The BmoreArt Journal is being distributed nationally via Ubiquity Distributors, Inc. If you are a book or museum shop and interested in carrying our journal on consignment, please contact Ubiquity.

You can order your Magazine from us for $15 + Shipping — Issues 1, 2, 3, and 4 are available below! 


Issue Four: Community



Issue 03 of the BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas explores 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.


Issue 3: Legacy



Issue 02 of the BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas explores the theme of MONEY for artists.

How can the art community develop a critical stance toward resources? How do artists find creative solutions to problems of time, space, and funding? How do artists explore ideas of scarcity, abundance, and economy in their work?IMG_0227_ADJ


Issue 2: Money



Issue 01 of the BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas explores the idea of PLACE.

What is unique about Baltimore as a space for artists, exhibitions, and creative projects? How do regional artists leverage space to build unique communities? Where do artists live and work? BmoreArt Magazine Issue 1 Covers

Issue One is no longer available! Sold out!

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The Robert W. Deutsch Foundation is a proud sponsor of this publication.

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