‘Realizing the Creative City’ a Panel Discussion at the Baltimore Museum of Art

The best part about Baltimore, other than it being the home of Nattie Bo Beer and it’s historic architectural charm, are its small pockets of art centric neighborhoods. With both low rents and multiple institutions catering to the arts, Baltimore is a natural environment that fosters artistic and creative communities. Full Story »

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Raquel Hamlett
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by Raquel Hamlett - Sep. 8, 2011

One of the best points of this article is that they provide information on the credentials of the people mentioned in the article and external links for their organizations. In the last paragraph their is a call to action about some ideas on how to shine the lights on art and how art can improve communities. However, the blogger only mentions a few issues presented, but doesn't go in-depth about the conversations during the panel.

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