MASD Deutsch Fellow Kayla Ingram @ Global Gender Economic Forum

THE LAUNCH IN LONDON Founders Robert Ingram, Erika Walker and Kayla Ingram launched the Global Gender Economic Forum (GGEF) in London on October 26-27. Key stakeholders and institutional supporters like Sodexo, Ravensbourne (college) and the Foundation for the Support of the United Nations were co-convened to seek the achievement of Gender Equality on a global…

Ruby Grantee Margaret Rorison in Rhizome DC

Frost’s Descent: Short Films by Margaret Rorison Published Sunday, October 23, 2016 in Rhizome DC Baltimore based artist and curator, Margaret Rorison will present a program of her short 16mm films and videos with additional live sound accompaniment. Her works often develop from explorations through rural and urban landscapes, combining language, sound and imagery to create…

City Paper Power Rankings: Ruby Grantees are UP

  From “Baltimore City Power Rankings: Ruby Grantees, Sheila Dixon, Donald Trump, more…” Published October 18 in the Baltimore City Paper Ruby Grantees The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance announced the nine recipients of their Rubys Artist Project Grants for literary and visual arts, and we here at City Paper were pleased to see some familiar names, including…

Ruby Grantees in Literary and Visual Arts 2016 Announced

The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) is thrilled to announce the nine individual artists and one artist team selected for 2016 Rubys Artist Project Grants in literary arts and visual arts. This grantee cohort represents innovative artistic practices across the fields of poetry, fiction writing, photography, sound, sculpture, painting, and a publishing initiative. The 2016…

Grand Opening of Open Works by Courtney Duffy for Fractured Atlas

Grand Opening of Baltimore’s Open Works Underscores Importance of Making, Creativity in Local Communities by Courtney Duffy, Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellow at Fractured Atlas Published October 4 at the Fractured Atlas Blog Late last month, I was lucky enough to attend a celebration of Baltimore’s newest makerspace, Open Works (photos below).…

Baltimore Sun Features Digital Harbor Foundation at South by South Lawn Festival at White House

Baltimore kids, ‘Mythbusters’ co-star team up to build interactive sign for White House lawn “Mythbusters” co-star Adam Savage visited the Digital Harbor Foundation in Federal Hill Sunday, where he worked with Baltimore children to build an interactive sign for the South by South Lawn festival at the White House Monday. by Colin Campbell Published October…