In 2017 the Johns Hopkins Sheridan Libraries began building the world’s most comprehensive collection of rare books, manuscripts, and ephemera detailing the experiences of early modern women from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment.
UMBC's Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture presents Oletha DeVane: Spectrum of Light and Spirit, on display from September 22 through December 17.
Featuring nearly 100 artworks, the exhibition is the first retrospective of celebrated Maryland artist Oletha DeVane, and traces the artist’s extensive career, from her early paintings and works on paper to video artworks and interactive sculpture, including works on view for the first time.
Dropping your student off at college can be both exciting and terrifying for parents and children. During this hour-long round table our estates and trusts, family law, personal injury and criminal attorneys will discuss potential steps you and your student can take now to make sure you will be ready for a wide range of the what ifs and worst case scenarios, everything from medical directives to the impact of a divorce on your child’s financial aid to insuring they have the proper car insurance coverage.
Join us for the final Art Walk of 2022, an evening of simultaneous, exhibitions, performances, and special events in the Station North Arts District. Pick up a map at the Charles Theatre lobby and create your own self-guided tour.
The event is free, we just ask that you register for a ticket so we can track attendance, and share email updates and specials.
This year marks twenty years of Station North, and we're celebrating all summer long on the final Friday of each month. Our September Art Walk is district-wide, featuring 20+ venues. Stay tuned for more information.
Evergreen’s new major exhibition, A History of Houseplants, explores the forces that sparked the Victorian obsession with houseplants, reveals how the trend manifested at Evergreen and in Baltimore, and examines how today’s houseplant enthusiasts both recall and differ from the Victorians of 150 years ago.
On view October 1, 2022-June 4, 2023. Gallery open Tuesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-4p.m. Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day.
Admission is FREE and no advance registration is necessary.
Baltimore Clayworks invites you to Fire Fest on Saturday, October 15, from 5:00-8:00 pm. Come for an evening of fiery celebrations including Clay Olympics, music, food, drinks, and live kiln firings. Tickets are $10 for students with valid ID, $25 for members, and $30 at the door.
Monday, Oct. 17, 9:30 a.m., Naganna Forum, Roj Student Center
Sunday, Nov. 6, 9 a.m., WMC Alumni Hall
Monday, Nov. 14, 9:30 a.m., Naganna Forum, Roj Student Center
Prospective undergraduate students are invited to see all that McDaniel College has to offer. Connect with campus, take a tour, and start envisioning your life as a Green Terror.
Acclaimed judicial commentator Elie Mystal will present “The Constitution and the Right to Privacy” at this talk which is open to the general public and the region’s academic communities.
Mystal will discuss Supreme Court jurisprudence over the years and especially the right-ward lurch that the current Roberts Court has taken most recently with the Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
UMBC’s 12th annual Livewire festival — Livewire: Flow — presents Dream Prayer Observatory, a multidisciplinary collaboration between Dan Bailey (photography and video), Linda Dusman (composer), Brian Jones (technical director), Sandra Lacy (choreography and dancer), Alan Wonneberger (recording and audio design), and Airi Yoshioka (violin).
UMBC’s 12th annual Livewire festival — Livewire: Flow — kicks off with a concert by the Ruckus ensemble, featuring UMBC faculty Lisa Cella (flute), Natalie Groom (clarinet), Gita Ladd (cello), Philip Mann (conductor), Daniel Pesca (piano), Jeff Stern (percussion), and Airi Yoshioka (violin).
UMBC’s 12th annual Livewire festival — Livewire: Flow — presents a concert featuring UMBC music students.
The program will feature works by Sonia Borenstein, John Cage, Alexander Lepak, Jeffrey Martin, and La Monte Young:
John Cage — 4’33”
John Cage — Living Room Music — UMBC Percussion Ensemble
In fall 2019, UMBC's Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery presented Experimentalist: The Art of Robert W. Fichter, the first retrospective of the artist’s career in over thirty years. We are pleased now offer this exhibition in an online version, available here.