Arts & Culture

Baltimore Style’s Arts coverage includes the latest news on local artists, musicians, exhibits, museums and more.

Old Ellicott City 1936

Then and Now: Old Ellicott City

Maryland’s first factory town Ellicott City celebrates its 250th anniversary this year. Ellicott brothers Joseph, Andrew and John founded the town along the Patapsco...
Harry Potter: The Exhibition Franklin Institute Philadelphia

The Allure of Philadelphia

Calling all Hogwarts, Gringotts, Ravenclaws, wizards and Slytherins, too. This summer, head north—by train, auto or broomstick—to Philadelphia for the world premiere of “Harry...
Baltimore Glassblowing Artisans at Work

Great Works in Glass: Corradetti Glassblowing Studio & Gallery

  Anthony Corradetti rolls a metal pipe back and forth as his son Nico gently blows into the other end to expand a bubble of...

Stan Stovall Leaves a Legacy in Baltimore Journalism

  His career has taken him overseas to Burma and Ukraine and nationally from Phoenix to Philadelphia. He’s made history and witnessed history being made...

BSO Celebrates Summer with Fourth of July, Five-County Tour

Summer concerts from the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will kick off in July. Every year, the BSO puts on a celebratory Independence Day celebration at Oregon...
Shapeshifting: Transformations on Paper BMA exhibit

Datebook: June and July Events in Baltimore County

Throughout June ‘Bakkhai’ at Baltimore Center Stage Don’t expect the classic interpretation of this play by Euripides. Anne Carson has penned a new immersive version filled...
Marty Zuckerman and John Milton Belcher veterans at Atrium Village

As the Numbers of Our Nation’s Oldest War Veterans Decline, We Can Do More...

Marty Zuckerman and John Milton Belcher represent a generation of men and women whose presence is becoming increasingly rare. “There are very, very few World...
City Ranch

Park Heights Renaissance To Honor African American Heritage, Horse Racing During the Preakness

This weekend marks the 147th Preakness Stakes – a day traditionally filled with big hats, music and the reason for the celebration: Maryland’s rich...

A Weddings Resurgence

Those who grieved over the emptiness of their social calendars during the pandemic are in for good news: 2022 is looking to be a...

American Craft Made Showcases Artists’ Work in Baltimore

  Even before traditional businesses came into being, people were creating craft as their livelihood, says Keona Tranby, director of marketing and communications for American...