‘Walking in Antarctica’ with Owings Mills Artist Helen Glazer

More than a decade ago, when Helen Glazer first entertained the idea of applying as an artist in residence at the bottom of the world, she had one image in her head: flat and white. But after applying to the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artists & Writers Program six times over 10 years, she was… Read More

Filmmaker’s Presentation Met with Protest Israeli television personality Assi Azar screens film at Goucher College to mixed audience

Pro-Palestinian protesters disrupted an Israeli television personality and LGBT rights advocate who had come to Goucher College last week to screen a film addressing how parents cope with their children coming out as gay. According to the Israeli speaker, Assi Azar, this was the first time in his U.S. tour promoting “Mom, Dad, I Have… Read More