Suse Cairns (@shineslike) of the Baltimore Museum of Art and Carol Ott of Housing Policy Watch join Andrew Hazlett and Sharon Paley to talk about the social impact of visual art, the fight against blight, and Baltimore’s enduring, wonderful strangeness.
Direct download: All the Pieces Matter – Episode 4
“Do something” opportunities
- Urban Fight
- Housing Policy Watch Silent Auction and Fundraiser Friday, October 24th at Gallery 788 in Hampden
- Get tickets to the BMA’s Party of the Century
- Get good art and support local artists at the Station North CSA (Community Supported Art) – Buy your share by 9/22/2014!
Other notes and links mentioned in the episode
- The Baltimore Museum of Art, 19th Century, Modern, & Contemporary Art
- museum geek
- Housing Policy Watch | Working to ensure fair and healthy housing for all Marylanders. – @HousingWatchMD
- Baltimore Slumlord Watch | If you own vacant property in Baltimore City, clean it up!
- Baltimore historical population and demographics
- Carol Ott Takes Housing Activism Online With Slumlord Watch – Baltimore magazine
- Wall Hunters
- Last House Standing — Ben Marcin
- Slumlord Watch blogger Carol Ott receives Google Maps Engine grant – Technical.ly Baltimore
- Vacant mural project activist wins in court – baltimoresun.com
- Riverbed by Olafur Eliasson, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art – Telegraph
- BMA Outpost brings the museum to the neighborhood
- bmoreart | Baltimore Contemporary Art