Author Archives: Katie K.

About Katie K.

Katie K is an aspiring something or other from Baltimore. She loves film & music. contact:

“Vacation” opens November 30 @ The Penthouse Gallery

Elena Johnston curated “Vacation,” a new exhibition opening November 30, Friday from 7-10 p.m at The Penthouse Gallery. Here is a brief Q&A. 1) How important do you think taking a break, seeing new things, and/or travel are to art? … Continue reading

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Scapescape: Wye Oak

On Friday, I went to see Wye Oak perform at Baltimore’s end-of-the-summer music celebration, ScapeScape. It’s amazing to see the events the amazing people of Baltimore can pull off. The crowd was definitely packed with Wye Oak fans dancing, singing … Continue reading

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Check out OSAYCANYOUSEE at The Windup Space, 9/8

On Saturday, September 8, Post Typography’s OSAYCANYOUSEE: Prints and Objects inspired by the War of 1812 will be on view at The Windup Space. OSAYCANYOUSEE is a solo exhibition by Nolen Strals and Bruce Willen. The reception will be held … Continue reading

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National Geographic’s Photo Camp presents work from refugees at UMBC

On Tuesday, June 19, refugees (ages 11-19) from Burma and Eritrea will be screening their multimedia work at UMBC. The screening marks the completion of National Geographic’s photo camp which started Saturday, June 16 and is running until Tuesday. The refugees … Continue reading

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Artist Preview: Glenford Nunez’s “The Coiffure Project”

Glenford Nunez is a portrait and fashion photographer based in Baltimore. Nunez will be showing his latest work in September and is releasing a book of his latest photo series: The Coiffure Project.  “The Coiffure Project started out as simple … Continue reading

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Blatantly opinion: The Maryland Film Festival is the best weekend to live in Baltimore. I had a really great time, most days were 10+ hours and I managed to see a lot of great films. Sunday, I woke up kind of … Continue reading

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I started the day off with the Dramatic Shorts. Between these shorts and the opening night shorts I realized that I have developed an interest in short filmmaking! (Again, you care!) It’s amazing what you can say and show in … Continue reading

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