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Join us for the final Art Walk of 2022, an evening of simultaneous, exhibitions, performances, and special events in the Station North Arts District. Pick up a map at the Charles Theatre lobby and create your own self-guided tour.
The event is free, we just ask that you register for a ticket so we can track attendance, and share email updates and specials.
This year marks twenty years of Station North, and we're celebrating all summer long on the final Friday of each month. Our September Art Walk is district-wide, featuring 20+ venues. Stay tuned for more information.
Tuesday, October 11 | 7-8 PM
Free, no registration required, on YouTube
Be among the first to see recently digitized footage from The Port that Built a City and State, the weekly program hosted by Helen Delich Bentley on WMAR between 1950-1965, showing shipbuilding and steelmaking at Sparrows Point in this YouTube Premiere. This program is part of Steel Weekend programming hosted by the National Museum of Industrial History in Bethlehem, PA.
No need to say his name 5 times. Candyman (2021), directed by Nia DaCosta and written by Jordan Peele, Win Rosenfeld and Nia DaCosta, is coming to Motor House on October 13th at 7pm. Come through for this community movie night. Rob Lee, host of Best of Baltimore podcast, The Truth in this Art welcomes founder of Blackives· Maryland Institute Black Archives, Deyane Moses, for a conversation about the feature and film trivia.
This event is brought to you by the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, Free Fall Baltimore.
Bring your chair, blanket, and picnic basket for an evening of free popcorn and local pop culture, projected outdoors under the Baltimore autumn sky: Just in time for Halloween, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Moving Image Archive (MARMIA) and Playbackthetape present a free, all-ages, curated program of spook-tacularly preserved TV clips and vintage Halloween entertainment recorded on video in the 1980s and 1990s.
Hosts will introduce each segment of the nostalgic and diverse 2-hour program, including: