Join us for a livestreamed monthly talk show co-presented by The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) and the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA). In this episode, educators from both museums welcome American multimedia artist Delita Martin, who creates large-scale prints onto which she draws, sews, collages and paints. Martin claims space for her subjects, particularly black women, creating a powerful presence that simultaneously highlights the historical absence of black bodies in Western art.
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Presented in partnership with the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.
Tamara Winfrey-Harris will be in conversation about her new book, Dear Black Girl.
Michael Bowie, bass
Mark Prince, drums
Dave Manley, guitar
Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Mark Prince has developed into one of the premier drummers in today’s music scene. Honing his skills at Howard University under the expert tutelage of the legendary Grady Tate, as well as maintaining a strong classical background as a National Symphony Fellowship recipient, his versatility is a sought-after attribute amongst the musical community both nationally and internationally.
BSO Sessions episodes begin with a virtual performance premiere at 8 pm, followed by on-demand access through June 2021 ($9.99 pay-per-view and $19.99 monthly all-access). Customer support is provided by the BSO Ticket Office. Contact by email at [email protected] or by phone at 877-276-1444.
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Join Baltimore author K.M. Szpara and Christine Sciacca, Associate Curator of European Art, 300-1400 CE, as they discuss Spzara’s newly released book First, Become Ashes and the shared themes of monsters, and magic as they appear in Szpara’s novel and the Walters collection. Following the talk, participants can join a breakout group to discuss themes in the book; reading the book is not a prerequisite for participation.
This program is a collaboration between the Walters Art Museum and the Enoch Pratt Free Library.
In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Young Audiences will host East Meets West, a virtual performance by teaching artist and puppetry artist Hua Hua Zhang. Zhang will use a variety of engaging puppetry techniques to share the many differences and similarities of Eastern and Western cultures. The performance is tailored for students of all ages.
The 2021 Downtown Sykesville Farmers Market is nestled in historic Sykesville. Vendors are set up on Baldwin Drive or integrated in the fabric of our charming shopping district, in between the unique shops and boutiques of the Best Main Street in America 2020 (award by Independent We Stand).
The Market runs every Sunday, 9:00am-1:00pm from May 16th to Oct 24th!
Baltimoreans celebrated atop Federal Hill when we ratified the U.S. Constitution. We used it to defend the city from the British in the War of 1812 and to make sure we stayed in the Union in the Civil War. We have even tunnelled under it to quarry minerals. Join us on a tour of Federal Hill and the neighborhood around it to learn about this waterfront community’s rich history, including stops at one of the last wooden houses in the city, the oldest house in Federal Hill, and the wonderful alley houses along Churchill Street.
In this workshop, you will:
Learn how to use library resources to find your property (or others) on historic maps & legality.
Learn how to searching for items in the field. Ask these questions: What am I looking for? Clues?
The workshop will end with a public Q&A.
Hosted by Evan Woodard, the Baltimore, Maryland based explorer, photographer, and amateur historian behind Salvage Arc. Join him on his hunt for lost relics as he searches for forgotten 18th to 20th-century homesteads, rubbish dumps, and privies.
Join us at Gallery 1448 in the garden at the reception for "A Celebration of Spring". Participating artists are Claudia Bismark, Lauren Case, Greg Fletcher, Jennifer Hogan, and Leslie Schwing. The show runs from May 8 - June 13. Gallery hours are by appointment.
During the reception, a plaque will be installed commemorating William Leizman's kinetic sculpture located in the garden. Leizman (1926 - 2011) was an outsider artist and found object sculptor.
4/18/21 - 1) “Violin Plus” - featuring works for unaccompanied violin that expand the voice of the violin by incorporating electronics, foot pedals, and non-traditional tunings.
(Repertoire to be finalized, but will include works by Steve Reich, Hildegard von Bingen, John Heiss, and Johann Joseph Vilsmayr)
5/16/21 - 2) “Homage” - works intended as homages to people and places
(Repertoire to be finalized, but will include works by Saariaho, Chen Yi, Carlos Simon, George Walker, Rain Worthington, and Flausino Vale)
Bob Butta has worked with Sonny Fortune, Gary Bartz, Woody Shaw, Eddie Henderson, Billy Hart, Keeter Betz, Buster Williams, David Fathead Newman, Junior Cook, Clifford Jordan, Stanley Turrentine, and many other jazz luminaries.
Paul Langosch played bass with many jazz greats throughout his incredible career, including Tony Bennett for over 20 years, Phil Woods, George Shearing, Barney Kessel, Tal Farlow, Mose Allison, and many more.
Paul and Bob recorded a DC together back in 1997 called "Windows" in trio with the late Mike Smith on drums.
ART SEMINAR GROUP WEBINAR - ONLINE PROGRAM THROUGH ZOOM
Transformation on the Plains: Shifts in Native American Artistic Production in the Reservation Era
Darienne Turner, assistant curator of Indigenous Art of the Americas at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Kick off Pride Month early. Sing along to some of your favorite songs with Ada Vox, a top 3 finalist on Season 18 of American Idol, and Jasmine Blue and Kedra Lattimore.
Hosted by Baltimore's Drag Performer of the Year" Evon Dior Michelle, in partnership with Baltimore City LGBTQ Affairs in the Office of the Mayor.