BNHA 3rd Annual History Through Arts Competition
Baltimore youth are invited to submit art that reflects their take on life in Baltimore City past and present.
The Baltimore National Heritage Area (BNHA) invites Baltimore City youth to participate in our 3rd Annual History Through Arts Competition. The purpose of this contest is to engage City youth in an art exhibit showcasing their unique talents while also expressing their view of life in Baltimore City.
Don’t be crabby, be happy! Join us for Happy Hour at Phillips Seafood Baltimore Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. Enjoy draft or domestic beers, select house wines and select cocktails, like our sangria for only $4 each. Make sure to order some of Phillips’ classic appetizers such as crispy calamari, crab rangoons and Chesapeake crab dip.
The sun is out, and so are we! After a long winter, Phillips Crab Deck is back for another season. The Phillips Crab Deck is perched on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor in the heart of downtown and offers a crab-filled menu for outdoor dining and carryout. All summer long (weather permitting), we’ll be serving seafood favorites from the Chesapeake Bay and beyond.
King Henry V has just ascended to the throne, but before he can rule a nation—let alone conquer another—he must prove himself as a leader of men. Armed with some of the most powerful speeches in the Bard’s arsenal, Henry and his “band of brothers” will overcome overwhelming odds. Don’t miss our compelling take on Shakespeare’s great tale of leadership, war, and storytelling
Tickets start at $38 for adults and $19 for youth ages 25 and under.
Dates: April 22 – May 15
For tickets and more information, visit: ChesShakes.com/Henry-V
Celebrate Spring with Emily Carter Mitchell's Nature and Wildlife Photography Exhibit - Heaven and Earth. Mitchell is an award winning, published nature and wildlife photographer based in Annapolis, MD. Her work has been featured in numberous juried exhibits and published in books, magazines, and newspapers. Heaven and Earth displays Mitchell's creative interpretation of the natural beauty found in our world.
he Glass Menagerie
April 28 – May 15
Rouse Company Foundation Studio Theatre
$40 General Admission
Port Discovery Children’s Museum and Enoch Pratt Free Library are partnering to encourage children to read, play and discover through Ticket to Discovery Book Club. Baltimore-area children in fifth grade or younger with a Pratt Library card can receive a special Ticket to Discovery bookmark from their local Pratt Library (supplies are limited). After reading or listening to five books, participants can use the unique code on the bookmark to reserve up to two free admission tickets to Port Discovery Children’s Museum via the Museum’s online ticketing system.
The fate of the galaxy hangs in the balance as the Rebel Alliance continues its fight against the Empire in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. The iconic full-length film plays on the big screen as the BSO performs John Williams’ legendary score live. Presentation licensed by Disney Concerts in association with 20th Century Fox, Lucasfilm Ltd., and Warner/Chappell Music. © 2021 & TM Lucasfilm Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
This program also takes place on Thurs., May 12 at 8PM at the Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda, MD.
Maryland Art Place in partnership with Hotel Indigo Baltimore is pleased to present "Sold Separately", a paper-cut series by Baltimore-based artist Rosa Leff. The exhibition is on view at Hotel Indigo Baltimore, located at 24 West Franklin St., from March 18th - May 20th. A public reception will take place May 5th from 5 to 7 pm.
Culturally, historically, and architecturally significant, Oakdale, circa 1838 and 1898, is the ancestral home of Governor Edwin Warfield and is a magnificent estate on a tranquil 180-acre tract only 20 miles from both the Washington and Baltimore. Historic Ellicott City, Inc announces their 34th Annual Decorator Showhouse fundraiser set to take place at “Oakdale” (16449 Ed Warfield Road, Woodbine, MD 21797) beginning on Friday, May 13, 2022 and running until Sunday, June 5, Thursdays-Sundays with varying times.
In its 38th year at the Howard County Arts Council, Resident Visual Artists Exhibit 2022 features recent work created by artists with studios at the Center for the Arts: James Adkins, Sara Engel, Michelle Faulkner-Forson, Myungsook Ryu Kim, Diana Marta, Joyce J. Ritter, Lisa Scarbath, Jereme Scott, Asma Ahmed Shikoh, Andrei Trach, Jamie Travers, Mary Jo Tydlacka, and David Zuccarini. These artists work in a variety of media including oil and watercolor painting, drawing, fiber art, mosaic, installation art, and stained glass.
Suzanne F. Cohen’s (1935–2018) extraordinary leadership and enduring support for the BMA touched every area of the Museum. In addition to chairing the Board and numerous Trustee committees, Cohen helped establish an endowment for free admission and funded many exhibitions, commissions, restorations, public programs, and gifts of art.
Weaving in the Time of Covid features fiber arts created during the Covid-19 pandemic by members of the Weavers Guild of Greater Baltimore.
You're invited every Second Saturday at 10AM to Dance & Bmore's Online Elder Arts Jam! It is a creative space for senior citizens to dance, talk, share recipes, stories, laugh, and sing.
- Music, Movement, and Games
- "Did You Know" Health Tips segment featuring research and the latest health news for the aging.
- Open mic segment for you to share songs, poetry, and memories.
Organized by Carnegie Museum of Art, this exhibition debuts a recent body of work by New York-based artist Elle Pérez.
Including 13 photographs created between 2019 and 2021, Devotions explores relationship building, creating space to reflect on how we navigate ourselves in relation to others and the world. Pérez’s carefully sequenced images dwell in moments of grief and care, pain and pleasure, desire and self-exploration. Amidst recurring motifs of water, touch, and BDSM are also striking choices in proximity, scale, color, and light.
The long-awaited Joan Mitchell retrospective is almost here! Co-organized by the BMA and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, this comprehensive exhibition follows the career of the internationally renowned artist who attained critical acclaim and success in the male-dominated art circles of 1950s New York, then spent nearly four decades in France creating breathtaking abstract paintings that evoke landscapes, memories, poetry, and music.
Mickalene Thomas’ immersive two-story installation transforms the BMA’s East Lobby into a living room for Baltimore reflective of Thomas’ signature aesthetic influenced by 1970s and 1980s motifs. The experience–the most expansive commission undertaken by both the artist and the BMA—extends onto an enclosed terrace, where Thomas has curated a presentation of works by artists with ties to Baltimore. Featured artists include: Derrick Adams, Zoë Charlton Theresa Chromati, Alex Dukes, Dominiqua S. Eldridge, Devin N. Morris, Clifford Owens, and D’Metrius John Rice.