Meet the Locals: Trevor & Tim White

By: Explorer Annapolis

Trevor and Tim White grew up in Annapolis not too long ago. So it will be especially meaningful for them to return to their hometown to show their first feature-length movie, Jamesy Boy, a headliner at the second annual Annapolis Film Festival. Trevor, 28, directed and co-wrote the script; Tim, 31, produced the drama, based […]

March 25, 2015

In Annapolis, Art is for Sharing

By: Lindsay Bolin Lowery

A year ago, local artist Sally Wern Comport completely immersed herself in the beliefs, histories, and imagery of Martin Luther King, Jr., even attending the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington. Why? She was researching King for the illustrations of her latest Simon & Schuster children’s picture book Love Will See You Through: Martin Luther King’s Six Guiding Beliefs (As Told by his Niece), written by Angela Farris Watkins, PhD.

March 05, 2015

Fine Art Celebrating the Old and the New

By: Patrice Drago

If you live in Maryland or have visited at some point, then you are aware of the magnificent diversity of the landscape, waterways, government, small industry and trade, and city life. Marylanders treasure and preserve the elements of historical significance that have created what exists today, while also embracing the new. Fine art plays a […]

January 30, 2015