Dive into a compelling conversation with Kim Rice, the visionary behind the art exhibition '[RE] Birth of a Nation.' Kim unpacks how crafts like crocheting serve as social commentary on systemic racism and inequality. Learn how her art is influenced by cities like New Orleans and Baltimore, and don't miss her transformative exhibit, '[RE] Birth of a Nation,' now showing at Gallery in the Sky.
The Truth In This Art is not just about exploring art, culture, and community—it's a platform that actively engages with them. Whether you're discovering the vibrant arts scene in and around your community or tasting the local flavors at Foraged, you're immersed in the heartbeat of Baltimore. Located in the Station North Arts & Entertainment District, foraged. a hyper-seasonal eatery where Chef Chris Amendola serves farm-fresh seasonal plates alongside beer & wine, all in an atmosphere as warm and inviting as our podcast conversations. The space, adorned with greenery, mirrors the eatery's commitment to local and seasonal ingredients, a philosophy that's deeply rooted in the natural world—just like the authentic stories we explore on the podcast. It's a full-circle community experience, even featuring a signature cocktail named after Rob Lee. With Chef Amendola being a frequent guest on our show, the partnership illuminates the rich intersections of arts, culture, and community that we both celebrate. Discover more at foragedeatery.com.★ Support this podcast ★