FREE tickets for Zoom Webinar or Facebook Live go on sale October 6 at 9am. Registration required. Click here to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brown-lecture-series-harriet-washington-tic...
This program will take place on Google Meet. Use the following info to get to the meeting. You are not required to have a google account or even a computer to join in, feel free to call in with the number below.
PIN: 452 999 734#
It is an empowering and rewarding experience. to write an hour each week, at the same time and place. It serves as powerful support for building your daily writing discipline. The world still needs our creative efforts
The Julio Fine Arts Gallery at Loyola University Maryland invites you to join us on Thursday, October 22 at 10:30AM for a very special virtual artist talk by Mina Cheon, a global Korean new media artist, scholar, and educator who lives and works between Baltimore, New York, and Seoul. The talk, MINA CHEON ONE KOREA will explore Cheon’s new body of work Dreaming Unification: Protest for Peace along with an introduction to Cheon’s artistic progression and personal history.
For the second installment of the institution’s Core Conversation Series, MCHC is hosting a conversation on "dialogue," where journalist, author, and television producer David Simon will join MCHC's VP of Collections & Interpretation, Allison Tolman, in a conversation about how we can use different perspectives to uncover a more complete narrative in today’s complex world.
This virtual program is free and open to all audiences, however registration is required.
Humans often respond more to body language than to spoken words. Join Joaneath Spicer, the James A. Murnaghan Curator of Renaissance and Baroque Art, in a live lecture that explores how artists in the past conveyed emotion and meaning.
Thursday programs are sponsored by BGE.
This free online conversation brings together activist and founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement Tarana Burke and conceptual artist and political activist Nadya Tolokonnikova on Facebook Live, YouTube Live, and on bmatomorrows.org. The event begins with a performance by the interdisciplinary artist and musician JOJO ABOT.
Legendary guitarist and pedagogue, Maestro Manuel Barrueco, will teach his yearly class to “Pre-College Guitar Virtuosos” on October 25, 2020. The class will take place online this year because of Covid-19.
Performers in the class are: Hejia Zhu (13), Muxin Li (13), Chao Tang (14), Qianzheng Wang (15), Reade Park (15), and Erik Wang (16)
At the end of the class, there will be a Q&A session with Maestro Barrueco where auditors can submit their questions.
FREE tickets for Zoom Webinar or Facebook Live go on sale October 13 at 9am. Registration required. Click here to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brown-lecture-series-anna-deavere-smith-tic...
Before language existed to identify persons whose gender expression and/or sexuality were non-conforming, 19th and early 20th century local newspapers offered tantalizing clues that all was not straight and narrow. A few decades later, the 1930s previewed the openness of recent times before giving way to a darker, more perilous era for LGBTQ+ people in the 1950s. After reviewing these twilight years, this program will look at the beginnings of the current movement toward LGBTQ+ visibility and rights.
Evergreen Museum & Library hosts storyteller and magician David London for an interactive exploration of 19th-century magic and technology.
About this Event
Evergreen Museum & Library hosts storyteller and magician David London for an interactive exploration of some of the many mysteries, personalities, and technologies that captured the imagination of the world at the end of the 19th century.
Hosted by s. Rasheem
FREE | Facebook Live
Dieter F. Uchtdorf had it right, “The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul. No matter our talents, education, backgrounds, or abilities, we each have an inherent wish to create something that did not exist before.”
Join us this Halloween season as we explore the spooky stories of Maryland's witchy past. Hear true tales and folklore from across the state and find out what Colonial Maryland was really like for those accused of witchcraft. Can you tell fact from legend?
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Join the Pratt Library and Maryland Legal Aid to learn about your civil legal rights and get your legal questions answered by a lawyer. We will address topics such as tenant rights, expungement, family law, debt collections, and how to connect with an attorney for help. You may ask a question live during the program, or in advance by emailing [email protected] — please use Lawyer in the Library as the subject.
Baltimore-based artist McKinley Wallace III aims to create illustrative mixed-media paintings of people caught within, and absent from, site-specific places in distress. McKinley’s works and artistic mission converge in a singular thesis: to uncover the forgotten pieces of humanity and its aggression. Keondra Prier, Manager of School Programs, joins him for a discussion of his work and its connection to paintings in the Walters collections.
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Registration required. Click here to register: https://www.airsubs.com/class_types/526/classes/1606
Enjoy a healthy holiday snacks and appetizers class with Licensed Nutritionist Caitlin Self, MS, CNS, LDN. In this snacks & appetizer class, we’re making 3 delicious recipes, and learning fun ways to prepare veggies for an appetizer tray.
- Kale Chips
- Rosemary Almonds
- Magic Green Sauce
- Vegetable Crudité