RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

American Visionary Art Museum

A collection of news and information related to American Visionary Art Museum published by this site and its partners.

Top American Visionary Art Museum Articles

Displaying items 89-99
  • 10spot: Otakon and nine other favorites this week

    10spot: Otakon and nine other favorites this week
    All of our favorites for the week ahead 1. Otakon I’m not going to pretend that I fully understand Otakon. But you have to respect people so devoted to something that they basically embody its spirit (and characters). During this three-day...
  • Tequila cocktail: At AVAM, Mr. Rain's Funhouse entices with Eve's Habit

    Tequila cocktail: At AVAM, Mr. Rain's Funhouse entices with Eve's Habit
    There's more to summer cocktails than mojitos or margaritas; sure they get the job done, but they aren't nearly as refreshing as Mr. Rain's sinfully made Eve's Habit. The Funhouse, a culinary wonderland atop the American Visionary Art Museum, loves to...
  • Columbia: Weddings and Engagements

    Columbia: Weddings and Engagements
    Fikile and Karen Guralnick   Leonard and Ann Guralnick, of Columbia, announce the marriage of their daughter, Karen Ann Guralnick, to Fikile Richard Brushett, son of Stephen Brushett and Refiloe Bam, of Silver Spring, on June 25, 2011. The bride is a...
  • Wedded: Salmah Rizvi and Imran Akram

    Wedded: Salmah Rizvi and Imran Akram
    Wedding day: Sept. 29, 2012 The bride: Salmah Y. Rizvi, 26, grew up in Laurel. She works for the Department of Defense. Her father, Anwar H. Rizvi, is a plant pathologist for the United States Department of Agriculture. Her mother, Shamoon H. Rizvi, is a...
  • State awards $1.5 million in bicentennial grants

    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown on Thursday announced $1.5 million in state matching grants to 22 government and nonprofit agencies across Maryland. The money will be used to promote projects that mark the bicentennial anniversary of the War of 1812. "All the...
  • Holocaust tapestries at AVAM help explore the nature of narrative

    Holocaust tapestries at AVAM help explore the nature of narrative
    Sometimes the only barrier separating a pastoral paradise from hell on earth is a thin line of birch trees. Before she died in 2001 at age 74, Frederick dressmaker Esther Krinitz created 36 oversized fabric panels that provide persuasive proof that...
  • Free Fall Baltimore receives $25,000 federal grant

    Free Fall Baltimore receives $25,000 federal grant
    Free Fall Baltimore, which today kicks off its seventh year of spotlighting no-charge arts and cultural experiences in Charm City, has received a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. The grant will be used to help promote and raise...
  • Adding punch to cocktail scene

    Adding punch to cocktail scene
    Punch is back on the restaurant scene in Baltimore, but be careful. It packs one. America's oldest cocktail, that mix of spirits, tea, sweet, sour and bitter, is finding a fresh start in the shot glasses and shakers of some of the city's most creative...
  • Movies under the stars for every day of the workweek

    Movies under the stars for every day of the workweek
    Baltimore is one city where crowds come out in the heat of the night to take in open-air movies. In mid-July last year, when the thermometer was hitting 95 in the day and stalling in the 80s past midnight, fun-seekers swarmed to Federal Hill to watch...
  • Mr. Rain's Fun House screens Baltimore filmmakers

    Mr. Rain's Fun House screens Baltimore filmmakers
    Mr. Rain's Fun House at the American Visionary Art Museum is running a Meet the Artist Film Series, featuring a selection of works from local Baltimore short filmmakers. The films are showing weekly in June on the restaurant’s balcony overlooking...
  • With bike and GPS, Canton man makes art

    With bike and GPS, Canton man makes art
    Like a bee doing a waggle dance to signal a field full of pollen, or a cat rubbing up against a fence post to make a scent chart of its territory, GPS artist Michael Wallace maps out a virtual Baltimore during his bike trips around the city. Using a...