PAWS FOR ART: Stardust
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PAWS FOR ART: Stardust

Oh dear! How can you be so sweet and calm When you are so lonely in this eternal blue sky How can you be so pretty and perfect…

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Art 427 shares the importance of storytelling with the works of Jim Burger
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Art 427 shares the importance of storytelling with the works of Jim Burger

Over the next few weeks, UMBC’s ART 427 Museum Practice class is working hard to get ready for its upcoming show: “Behind the Lens: The Visual Tales of…

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The art of a mind in pain
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The art of a mind in pain

The Baltimore Museum of Art presents, “Delights of an Undirected Mind,” a collection of art pieces through various mediums, all sculpted to convey uncensored psychological distress and power.…

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Unicorn Store: Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson’s budding chemistry
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Unicorn Store: Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson’s budding chemistry

Actress Brie Larson is now well-known as Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But before joining the MCU, Larson achieved high success in previous films such…

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Strata and “New American Music”
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Strata and “New American Music”

The three musical talents Audrey Andrist (piano), Nathan Williams (clarinet) and James Stern (violin), who have been playing together for 25 years under the name Strata, performed selected…

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Baldwin’s voice echoes on in “If Beale Street Could Talk”
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Baldwin’s voice echoes on in “If Beale Street Could Talk”

In many ways, it seems as though James Baldwin was 40 years ahead of his time when he wrote “If Beale Street Could Talk.” The novel touches on…

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