The Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship (CI&E) will host a Spring Hackathon, which will focus on how to use design thinking to address challenges in the community. Loyola students, alumni, faculty, staff, and Baltimore community members are invited to attend the CI&E Spring Hackathon event held on Thursday, Feb. 21, from 5-9 p.m. in the Lange Lounge. The event gets underway with pizza and preliminary exercises at 5 p.m.
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This year's group of New Generation Scholars of Muse 360 Arts welcomes the Baltimore City community to an Open Classroom. The scholars in this dynamic leadership program will each give a presentation about the African Diaspora and its direct relationship to the city of Baltimore and its resilient citizens. Please join us for an evening of knowledge-sharing and discussion!
Tickets are available for donation!
Love’s tenacious hold through addiction's ride. In letters to and from loved ones caught up in the throes of substance use, we see resilience, fortitude and holding on regardless of the challenges—testimonials of undying love and unbreakable connection.
The 5:30-6:30pm reception period for this event is graced with jazz keyboardist George Spicka, and light fare provided by The Classic Catering People.
In Celebration of African American History Month Jazz Music: Bebop and Beyond
A performance presented by Contemporary Arts Inc in partnership with the Baltimore County Public Library
Featuring Jazz Music: Bebop and Beyomd
Marcus continues to delight our audiences with his unique style and ability to "wear" a lyric.He has always wanted to include music by Tom Waits in a show, and we all know how well he interprets Leonard Cohen. Not many artists cover these two great composers so this is a great opportunity to hear some rarely heard classic songs. Marcus says all artists need a starting point and listening to others work gradually defines what a performer becomes in his own right, Leonard and Tom were his starting points. With a guest appearance by cabaret artist, Mariah Bonner,
Jazz in the Stacks: David Diongue
Enjoy a live jazz ensemble
Presented in partnership with the Enoch Pratt Free Library
Above the Drowning Sea recounts the courageous intervention of Ho Feng Shan, the Chinese Consul in Vienna who defied his own government and braved the Gestapo to issue visas to Jewish refugees. In this film Jewish refugees and the Chinese residents of Shanghai who helped them survive in China recount their experiences, terrors and deprivations as well as the remarkable friendships forged across cultures, friendships that survive to this day.
For its first film of 2019, the Baltimore Korean Movie Series presents the hit historical drama The Face Reader, as the Korean Cultural Center Washington, D.C. continues its regional outreach through this free series of milestone films at Parkway Theatre in Baltimore, in partnership with the Maryland Film Festival.
Buckjumping is a feature-length documentary about dance traditions in New Orleans, observing both their contemporary expression and abiding significance. The film follows six communities as they demonstrate ownership of the streets of New Orleans, commemorate their dead, forge community, and find spiritual transcendence.
Sean Jones, director, Richard and Elizabeth Case Chair in Jazz Studies
Location: MICA The Gateway (BBOX)
Join MICA's Faculty and Staff Queer Alliance (FASQA) for their 4th Annual Gender Performance Show! This is a fundraiser for the LGBTQ scholarships at MICA; therefore all proceeds will go directly towards scholarship funding.
The headliners are Baltimore Queens and Kings:
Miss Sue Nami
Dee Dee Dereon
The brilliant Armenian cellist and Tchaikovsky International Competition winner Narek Hakhnazaryan wowed our audiences last season, and we’re thrilled for his return performing Elgar’s beautiful and elegiac Cello Concerto. Led by BSO Associate Conductor Nicholas Hersh, this program also features Debussy’s Rondes de printemps from Images and Prokofiev’s Sixth Symphony, reminiscent of the composer’s romantic ballet music.
Sample a tasty assortment of desserts from Market Center’s talented chefs while you explore MAP's current exhibit: Beyond Beautiful: One Thousand Love Letters and ponder the many nuances of love. We’ll have live music performed by Tony Love, formerly with Jah Works and now The Love From Above, champagne, and other beverages.
Kora Lee’s Gourmet Dessert Café
Beyond Beautiful: One Thousand Love Letters
Always wanted to learn how to make cocktails like the pros? Come join one of our tour guides as we walk you through the history of Sagamore Spirit and the process of how we make our Rye Whiskey. Gather in one of our tasting rooms with individual stations to make some of our signature cocktails. You’ll get hands-on in creating two cocktails that are easy enough to recreate at home. Get ready to have some fun and enjoy some thirst quenching cocktails!
Join stellar cabaret artists Jennifer Blades, Jody Mullen, and Diane Kinsley as they reprise their critically acclaimed New York show Love Me As I Am. The trio weaves a tale of life, loss, and love with music by composers such as Stephen Sondheim, Richard Rodgers, Billie Joe Armstrong, and Alan Menken, adding their own personal stories as lovers, wives, mothers, and women. A perfect evening for anyone looking to laugh, cry, and love.
The UMBC Jazz Faculty Ensemble, featuring Matt Belzer, saxophone; Tom Williams, trumpet; Mike Noonan, vibes; Tom Lagana, guitar; Harry Appelman, piano; Tom Baldwin, bass; and Scott Tiemann, drums, will perform a selection of classic and original jazz compositions.
Tickets: $15 general admission, $10 seniors, $5 students, free for UMBC Music majors and Music faculty/staff, available online or at the box office one hour before the performance.
JOIN US FOR OUR TRADITIONAL, FREE, OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION WITH THE CAST & CREW!
Music, Lyrics, & Book by Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy
Based on the motion picture Heathers, distributed by New World Pictures and written by Daniel Walters
Directed by Austin Barnes & Laurie Starkey
Musical Direction by R. Christopher Rose
Choreography by Leslie Perry