The Night King from HBO's Game of Thrones leads viewers through a rapid-fire timeline of the 20th century's economic booms and busts in DIS's A Good Crisis, commissioned by the BMA. A Good Crisis is one of three new DIS works on view that contemplate income inequality and Millennials’ uncertain economic prospects.
Hitching Their Dreams to Untamed Stars brings together 10 artworks—quilts, beaded and glass sculptures, weavings, and more—made separately or in collaboration by MacArthur award-winner Joyce J. Scott and her mother, renowned fabric artist Elizabeth Talford Scott.
In the hands of Baltimore-based artist Oletha DeVane, hollow glass vessels adorned with found objects from her collection become awe-inspiring embodiments of spirits and calls for social justice. See the intricate works inside the BMA’s Spring House when Traces of the Spirit opens June 19.
Get Your Life! puts adult artists to work producing video projects written, designed, directed, and performed by middle school students. See GYL!’s parodies of reality shows and infomercials, props, costumes, and more in the lively Commons gallery.