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  • Not Oscar, or Tony, but 'Fred' will recognize Baltimore student artists

    Not Oscar, or Tony, but 'Fred' will recognize Baltimore student artists
    It may not have the cachet of an Oscar or a Tony, but "The Fred" may soon become a coveted prize among high school artists in Baltimore.
  • Concert review: eighth blackbird at the MCA

    Concert review: eighth blackbird at the MCA
    The Italian form of theater known as Commedia dell'arte long has influenced visual artists and composers, and Friday night at the Museum of Contemporary Art the sextet known as eighth blackbird presented a new "musical fantasy" that again looked back to...

    Fall art preview: 11 shows not to miss

     Fall art preview: 11 shows not to miss
    What to see this fall? Play it close to home with shows about Chicago, motherhood, composting, American history, demons and failure, or go far out and explore the entire galaxy. Here's how: "The Chicago Effect: Redefining the Middle": Contrary to...

    Tuesday food linkage: Bowie menu, mini Greektown, secret menus

    Tuesday food linkage: Bowie menu, mini Greektown, secret menus
    News, notes and absurdities from the world of food: - The Museum of Contemporary Art, in anticipation of its upcoming David Bowie exhibit, is serving a menu of Bowie-inspired dishes at MCA's Puck Cafe. The only one that really thematically works, in...

    Simon Starling brings his elegant alchemy to the MCA and Arts Club

    Simon Starling brings his elegant alchemy to the MCA and Arts Club
    The atrium of the Museum of Contemporary Art currently contains a challenge rare in art but common in engineering. It asks the viewer to trust the structural integrity of an alarming and absurd situation: a car is parked high up on the wall, with plenty...