Post image for This Week’s Must-see Events: From Graveyard Poets to Star Wars Scholars

Here’s what to do if you’re stuck in New York this week for the heat wave: Attend a lecture on the history of Goth; learn about modernity, architecture, futurism, and Star Wars at John Powers’s art talk; hang out at Prospect Park and pick up a few art mags at the small press flea. It’s summer, but as these events demonstrate, there’s still plenty to do.

Post image for We Went to Baltimore Part 3: ALLOVERSTREET and Imaginary Islands

Michael: Last Friday night in Baltimore was a scheduling obstacle course. Of the many events we tried to cram into one outing, we ended up sprinting through only a handful. Our evening kicked off with ALLOVERSTREET, a monthly event of simultaneous art openings, performances, and installations

Paddy: Ultimately, we saw some good work, albeit not quite as much as I would have liked. Let it be known that a day in Baltimore is simply not enough time to experience Artscape.

Post image for In New Orleans, the Joan Mitchell Foundation Launches First Artist Residency

This fall, the Joan Mitchell Foundation launches its first artists-in-residence program at their brand-new studio facilities in New Orleans’ historic Tremé neighborhood. The inaugural residents come from all over the United States.

Post image for Artscape Week: Baltimore Gallery Highlights

The area north of Lexington Market on the Westside of Downtown Baltimore had some of the best stuff we’d seen all weekend.