If I Were Mayor Of Baltimore: Arts, Development & Gentrification In Our City

Station North Arts and Entertainment DistrictFebruary 11, 2015 – Segment 3

It’s another one of our regular features, “If I Were Mayor of Baltimore,” as we discuss the Arts, development, and gentrification in our city.

With:Paul Rucker, visual artist, composer, musician, and Artist-in-Residence at both MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art) and the Creative Alliance; David Mitchell, Program Manager for the Urban Arts Leadership Program at the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, Community Outreach Coordinator for the Baltimore Arts Realty Corporation, Executive Board member/ Associate Artistic Director for Arena Players, Board Member for EMP Collective and Board member for The Bromo Seltzer Arts District; Michelle Gomez, independent curator who works collaboratively with under-represented audiences on community-focused exhibitions in Baltimore, and recent graduate of the MICA MFA in Curatorial Practice program; and Cara Ober, Founder and Editor-In-Chief of Bmore Art, who holds an MFA in painting from MICA and a MS in Art Education from McDaniel College.