Fifteen new and recent paintings by Tschabalala Self explore the Black female form and the artist’s formal techniques: stenciling, tracing, printing, casting, and mechanically stitching lines of thread.
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A three-part installation by Stephanie Syjuco examines how images construct and fortify white supremacy and exclusionary narratives of history and citizenship.
Stroll by the BMA to see SHAN Wallace's The Avenue, on view outside the Museum, along 10 Art Museum Drive.
BMA Stories is a place for engaging, in-depth stories about art and related issues. Contributors include visitors, curators, staff, artists, and community members.Image: Sharon Lockhart. "Podwórka" (still). 2009. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchased as the gift of an Anonymous Donor, BMA 2017.64. © Sharon Lockhart
Stay creative and engaged while at home with Free Family Sundays online art-making activities.
This monthly online program brings together women artists and special guests to discuss their work with educators from the BMA and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.