Monthly Archives: June 2011
Leveraging Investments in Creativity, an arts advocacy group, will be hosting a panel, “Realizing the Creative City” at the Baltimore Museum of Art on Thursday, June 23. The advocacy group provides grants to community arts organizations in the U.S. The panel will … Continue reading
A few months ago, Katherine Fahey designed the shadow puppets in Wye Oak’s “Fish,” her next project is also in the art of shadow puppets, but this time in a style called “cranky.” (Cranky: An old fashioned scrolling shadow puppet … Continue reading
Tonight, Saturday (6/4), Birds & Arrows, Forks of Ivory and Fairweather Friends will play the Golden West Cafe. Show starts @ 10 p.m.
Wham City’s comedy night took place at the Zodiac on Tuesday, May 31. I arrived with my posse of “Holubs.” (People who are somehow related to the could be/should be family band.) We showed up rather late and there … Continue reading
Come out tonight, June 3, for new art space, Guest Spot’s opening exhibition, “Temporary Home.” Guest Spot is on 1826 Fleet Street and the event is being held from 7.pm to 10 p.m. “Temporary Home” was curated by Carl Gunhouse. … Continue reading