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Solace Exhibition Opening

Solace Exhibition Opening

Join us down at The Peale, Baltimore's Community Museum, for the opening of "Solace," which is centered around facilitating conversations about how black womxn care for themselves and the complexities of that process. This project is dedicated to fostering discussions on mental health and wellness by prioritizing trust, reciprocity, and support. It relies on cultivating partnerships and nurturing relationships with artist and audiences to thrive.

Solace is the culmination of self-love and reflection as experienced by the artist. Dr. T, Emmanuela Etukudo, Kelli Williams, and Mj bestow feelings of peace, grief, humor, and healing. All art represents the underlying and ever-present mission of Solace.


ASL interpretation is available upon request for this event. ASL requests must be made three full business days prior to an event.

Wheelchair and Physical Building Access / The Peale has a brand new elevator! The new accessible entrance is on the left side of the building, down Watchouse alley about 100 ft. There is a keypad on the right side of the elevator door. Press the button to call the elevator. There is a door that will swing open automatically once the elevator is called so stand back. Once the door is open you can enter the elevator portico and then step/roll/dance into the elevator. When you come out of the elevator you will be in a short hallway by the bathrooms and the lobby and welcome desk is on the right. There are three floors in the Peale there is a handrail on all flights of stairs. Various and ample forms of seating is available in every room. The historic entrance has five steps and no functioning handrail.

Parking / There is a temporary drop off spot in the “no parking” zone directly in front of the Holiday St. entrance. There are multiple public paid parking lots within a two block radius of The Peale as well as street parking. There are 4 access parking spots on the 200 block of Holiday Street.

Visual Descriptions and more / For additional information about captioning, ASL, services, and more, please visit our Accessibility page.

Event Contact

Heather Foster Shelton

Event Details

Saturday, April 1, 2023, 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM


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