Posts tagged with street art

Transmodern Fest Pt1: Interview with Lexie Mountain

Transmodern, now in it’s 8th year, is the city’s best alternative festival with four days of 200+ performance pieces and other goodies at venues across the city. This year, we chose two, what we feel, are must sees at the fest. The first is Lexie Mountain’s PROJECTIONS, a video exhibition.

Baltimore Open City

An open city is a place where everyone feels welcome, regardless of such things as wealth, race, or religion. In every neighborhood of an open city, one feels like he or she belongs. Although an ideal for many, open cities are rare: too often, housing discrimination, inadequate public transportation, and the privatization of public space […]

Tefcon interview

photo by Nicole Fallek Gutter editor Nicole Fallek caught up with the Bmore street artist Tefcon, known for his profuse use of tag stickers peppered throughout the city and the world. Here’s what went down: Gutter: How old you? Tefcon: 26 G: Where are you based? T: Baltimore, MD G: How did you get into […]

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