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GBCA: This week - 2/20/18 - Advocating for Action and Change

As the national news focuses on the latest tragic school shooting in Florida, it is heartening and inspiring to watch as young people organize for action. Their voices, like many in Baltimore, are strong, passionate, and pushing for immediate action and change. In Baltimore, we see how the powerful work of local activists, including many mothers who have lost their children to gun violence, are effectively organizing and making important strides. Baltimore Cease Fire and many, many others are working to save lives in Baltimore.
Many artists are driven by the same sense of urgency and outrage. Kenneth Morrison, spoken word artist and leader of DewMore Baltimore, is bringing them all—artists and activists—together to celebrate their work. On March 4 at the Impact Hub, Morrison is launching what he plans to be an annual event, Artivism Day—this year focused on violence prevention. He says, “Artivism Day is an artist-led movement to celebrate the WORK people are doing every day to make the city better and to use art as a strategy to increase ACTION in Baltimore.” The kickoff will celebrate individuals and organizations working to end violence in Baltimore. Featured artists include WombWork productions, Lady Brion, Icon Tha God, Grim Jackson, and many more.
Speaking of advocacy, Thursday is Maryland Arts Day in Annapolis. Maryland Citizens for the Arts (MCA) organizes this annual event, which draws hundreds of arts advocates from throughout the state to meet with legislators. The release of the FY 2019 State Budget calls for a record setting appropriation for the arts. If fully funded, this would mean a $22.7 million appropriation for the Maryland State Arts Council. You can learn more on the MCA website.
Last Friday, GBCA said farewell to staff member Janica Alston, who recently accepted a job as Program Manager of YMCA’s Big Brother/Big Sisters program. Janica joined GBCA in 2015 as a part-time intern and was quickly thrust into the much bigger, full-time job of Development and Membership Assistant. After completing the Urban Arts Leadership Program in 2017, she was promoted to Assistant Program Manager and has worked closely with UALP staff and Fellows, Baker Artists, and much more. She has proven herself an enthusiastic, curious, and smart leader. It’s not surprising that she has been scooped up by another organization and, while we will miss her, she has promised to stay engaged as a leader in the emerging UALP Alumni Network. Congratulations, Janica!
Hope to see you in Annapolis,


The deadline to apply for the Rubys Artists Grants is fast approaching! There are only DAYS left to submit your application. If you’re a Media or Performing Artist don’t miss the chance to get your dream project funded! If you have questions about applying or your eligibility please email or call Sonja Cendak (410-230-0200,
Learn More and Apply

These 32 artists embody a mastery of craft, artistic excellence, and a unique and compelling vision.

Charles CohenDina FiasconaroJonna McKoneMiceal O'DonnellMargaret Rorison

Erick Antonio BenitezAbraham BuricksonGraham Coreil-AllenJeffrey L. GangwischFred ScharmenStewart Watson

Leslie HarrisonDora MalechJen MichalskiTimmy ReedJung Yun

Judah AdashiLafayette GilchristLura JohnsonBonnie JonesVon Vargas

Christine FerreraRyan JohnsonMeshelle, The Indie Mom of ComedyLisi Stoessel

Laura AmussenNoa HeyneChristine NeillDavid PageRachel RotenbergAmy SheraldSusan Waters-Eller

The 2018 Baker Artist Awardees will be announced on a special episode of Maryland Public Television's Artworks program, which will air on May 18, 2018.

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February is Black History Month and is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of blacks in U.S. history. The event grew out of “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans.
Every week during February, the Urban Arts Leadership Program will share quotes from African American Icons.

“The cost of liberty is less than the price of repression.”
—W.E.B. Du Bois
“My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together.”
—Desmond Tutu
“In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute.” 
—Thurgood Marshall, first African American U.S. Supreme Court member


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 Culture Fly is your best source for arts and cultural events happening in the Baltimore region. Be sure to sign up for the weekly 1/2 price tickets Culture FLY email.
 Open Critique
 Location: Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224
 Brought to you by: Creative Alliance
 Cost: FREE
                         Dates & Times: Wednesday, February 21, 2018, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

 Location: Peabody Institute, 1 E. Mount Vernon Place Baltimore, MD 21202
 Brought to you by: Peabody Institute
                         Cost: FREE
                         Dates & Times: Wednesday, February 21, 2018, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

 Free Master Class & Concert featuring BSO Trum Rene Hernandez
 Location: Music Land, 200 Gateway Drive Bel Air, MD 21014
 Brought to you by: Music Land
 Cost: FREE
                         Dates & Times: Saturday, February 24, 2018, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

 Location: Leith Symington Griswold Hall, 1 East Mount Vernon Place Baltimore, MD 21202
 Brought to you by: Peabody Institute
                         Cost: FREE
                         Dates & Times: Monday, February 26, 2018, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
NY Times: Glenda Jackson on Quitting Parliament, Playing Lear and Returning to Broadway
After winning two Oscars, she stopped acting for decades to fight Thatcherism. Now, at 81, she’s tackling an Edward Albee classic. But she insists, “I lead a very dull life.”

Baltimore Sun: Peabody Conservatory hires three local musicians as part of effort to revamp jazz department
The appointments of bassist Kristopher Funn, saxophonist Tim Green, and vibraphone specialist Warren Wolf, all of whom are African-American, come a few months after public allegations of racial disparities and discrimination have riven the department.

GIA: Advancing Livability: A Tool to Help Funders Leverage Creative Placemaking
How do we identify what activities already exist in a community and, as important, where there are gaps so we can be proactive in advancing a community’s livability?

Baltimore Sun: Grandmaster Flash, G. Love and Special Sauce to headline Light City 2018, other details announced
Baltimore’s third annual Light City festival will feature an entertainment lineup that includes one of the founding fathers of rap, plus pay-what-you-want admission to its innovation conferences, the chance for neighborhoods to win cash prizes for lighting themselves up, and a wandering peacock.

Baltimore Beat: Motor City on the line in “Skeleton Crew,” an intimate reckoning of the 2008 recession at Center Stage
Crisis exists where answers do not. From there, it grows, chewing at the fixtures that keep you in place till they’re so far apart it’s impossible to piece them together, and you’re left with nothing to hold onto.

NY Times: An Oscar-Nominated Transgender Director on His ‘Authentic Self’
Yance Ford is the first transgender director to receive an Oscar nomination, for his documentary “Strong Island.” 

Bmore Art: Love Is In The Air: Anna Cutler And The Tate Exchange
The Tate Exchange is an experiment in museum culture. Sometimes it is an open university, sometimes a concert and dance venue, and sometimes a studio. Housed within the Tate Modern, it challenges and expands the roles and spaces that arts institutions have traditionally occupied. 
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