In complement to the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM's) thematic mega-exhibition, "Parenting: An Art Without A Manual," the museum presents its annual, free-to-all, but reservations required, "Logan Visionary Conference: The Art of Parenting" on Sunday, March 24, 1-4pm. With generous underwriting by the Chicago-based Reva and David Logan Foundation, participants can hear and ask questions from a world-class array of inspirational expert presenters and scientific researchers in the field of family wellbeing, child trauma, and positive parent and child attachment.
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The philanthropist Johns Hopkins has shaped Baltimore perhaps like no other individual, from founding the university and hospital that bear his name to his role in shaping the B&O Railroad and making Baltimore an economic boom town in the 19th century. In a new book, The Ghosts of Johns Hopkins: The Life and Legacy that Shaped an American City, Baltimore author Antero Pietila explores how Hopkins and his legacy also impacted the racial patterns and climate of our city.
Concertmaster candidate Audrey Wright appears in Mozart’s third violin concerto. An early work by the Danish Carl Nielsen and the glorious Eastern European melodies of Antonin Dvořák’s Serenade round out this program of characteristic music from Denmark, Austria, and Bohemia.
NIELSEN Little Suite, Op.1
MOZART Violin Concerto No.3, K.216
Markand Thakar music director and conductor
Kraushaar Auditorium, Goucher College
1021 Dulaney Valley Road Towson, Maryland 21204
The Hagen Quartet is one of today's most distinguished ensembles, praised by The Los Angeles Times as "the ideal string quartet." Opening with Dvořák's tenderhearted Cypresses, they are joined by the astonishing composer and world-class clarinetist Jörg Widmann for the premiere of his own quintet and Mozart's glorious clarinet quintet.
Come join our new weekly jam session, every Sunday at 7pm, in the downstairs bar at Germano's! Mike 'n' Ike will provide the house rhythm section, while Germano's provides a fabulous bar featuring everything from fresh carrot juice to old whiskey, plus fantastic food,, all in a comfortable bar in the heart of Little Italy. Come join host Ian Rashkin (bass) and the rest of the rhythm section to play your favorite jazz standards, and not-so-standards; all instruments and vocalists welcome.
In celebration of March 25 as Maryland Day, the Maryland Historical Society is hosting a free Brown Bag Lunch & Learn lecture by Jean Russo, co-editor and co-author of the Johns Hopkins Press's “Maryland: A History.” Admission will be free to the MdHS museum, and gallery tours will take place after the lecture.
Dan, an easy-going “nerd” plans to marry his high school sweetheart, Tamar. That is, until he meets Meirav, a waitress from Jerusalem, and he discovers butterflies in his stomach. Dan and Tamar break up, but not everything goes smoothly with Meirav. Still, Dan doesn’t give up and fights to win Meirav’s love.
A $1 fee applies to the purchase of each ticket online and at the box office.
GEARS gallery is a one day pop-up exhibition of artwork by students in the lntermedia & Digital Arts (IMDA) Master’s of Fine Arts program held in association with the Graduate Experience, Achievements & Research Symposium.
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Admission to the exhibition is free and open to the public.
Art and environmental activism come together in this lecture exhibition by celebrated American Photographer J Henry Fair. His superbly beautiful aerial images are appealing and bold- at first glance compositions of abstract shapes and colors. A closer look reveals them to be the detritus of industrial processes. The ethical implication of the photographs leaves viewers pondering the injustice of the human impact on nature. Henry’s work has appeared in major publications including National Geographic, Vanity Fair, and Smithsonian Magazine.
The Center for Innovation in Urban Education (CIUE) within the School of Education is presenting two events this spring as part of the Center’s Faculty Speaker Series.
Three faculty members and a principal will offer a panel, “Responding to the Call for Educational Justice: Catholic-led Initiatives in Urban Education,” on Wednesday, March 13, 2019, in McGuire Hall West from 6–7:45 p.m.
A stirring story of sports, patriotism and personal growth, Heading Home charts the underdog journey of Israel’s national baseball team competing for the first time in the World Baseball Classic. After years of defeat, Team Israel is finally ranked among the world’s best in 2017, eligible to compete in the prestigious international tournament. Their line-up included several Jewish American Major League players―most with a tenuous relationship to Judaism, let alone having ever set foot in Israel.
Pulitzer Prize winner Sam Shepard’s explosive play about sibling rivalry and human nature, True West examines the relationship between Austin, a screenwriter, and his older brother Lee. In the kitchen of their mother's home, the brothers find themselves forced to cooperate in the creation of a story that will make or break both their lives, each finding himself admitting that he had somehow always wished he were in the other's shoes.
CCBC Catonsville Center for the Arts (ARTS) | Theatre
800 S. Rolling Road, Baltimore, MD 21228
March 28 at 11:10 a.m.
The Zimnicki Players (Steve Yankee and Jacob Kohlhas) are an exciting guitar duo that strike a balance between meticulously crafted arrangements and spontaneous interplay. Whether it’s familiar jazz favorites, classical pieces, or original compositions, the Zimnicki Players exude joy, inventiveness, and precision with every note they play.
Opening talk and reception for The Rosenburg—The Federal Ministry of Justice in the Shadow of the Nazi Past, a traveling multimedia exhibition organized by the German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection. The exhibition makes the second stop on its U.S. tour at Johns Hopkins University's Milton S. Eisenhower Library, March 28 through May 1, 2019.
Join us for an in-depth conversation with artist Ebony G. Patterson and Erricka Bridgeford, a leading conflict mediator and co-organizer of the Baltimore Ceasefire365 movement. They will explore the powerful ways that Patterson’s work commemorates the lives of young people lost to violence and contextualize this within a longer colonial history of violence.
The conversation will be moderated by Cecilia Wichmann, Curator of the BMA’s exhibition Ebony G. Patterson:...for little whispers....
The Baltimore Korean Movie Series continues in 2019 with the blockbuster historical thriller Assassination, part of the Korean Cultural Center Washington, D.C.'s free series of milestone films at Parkway Theatre in Baltimore, in partnership with the Maryland Film Festival.
Join us for the true story of a play, a playwright, and a "plucky troupe of Yiddish theater artists from 1906 Warsaw to 1923 Broadway, from risky experiment to global sensation—and ultimately shattering scandal" according to Baltimore Center Stage. Join other solo theater enthusiasts for a shared treat. You can sit with us.