Constellation's proudest service may have occurred during the three years immediately before the Civil War when, as flagship of the navy's African Squadron, she led this nation's fight against the trans-Atlantic trafficking of slaves. Today, little is said or written about those times, and even less is known, but they and this ship were important parts of the struggle against slavery that would eventually overwhelm the nation and, ultimately, free a people.
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SISTER CITIES ANIMATED is an international screening of short animated films created by artists working and/or residing in Baltimore and in Baltimore’s Sister Cities, curated by award-winning animator and animation scholar Lynn Tomlinson, with help from assistant curator Safiyah Cheatam. This special event is part of the Sweaty Eyeballs animation series, held at Baltimore’s beautifully restored historic Parkway Theatre.
In this 6-Week class you will experience the passion and the fierceness of Merengue, one of the international symbols of the Caribbean and Latin American dances. Throughout the class we will work together as a group to bring out the best in each other and connect with the roots of this cultural dance style. This course is going to consist of a weekly 2 hour class from 6pm to 8pm on Tuesday’s and finalizing with the closing act of an optional Performance at the Creative Alliance at The Patterson.
TUESDAYS, JAN 15 - FEB 19 | 6-8PM | $70, $65 MEMBERS
e of the most exceptional collections of Asian art in North America takes center stage on Sunday, October 1, when the Walters Art Museum opens its new installation Arts of Asia. The dramatic display offers a rich exploration of artistic traditions from diverse cultures and regions across India, Nepal, Tibet, China, Korea, Japan, Myanmar, Thailand and Cambodia. The stunning array of more than 150 works spanning 2,000 years includes 30 objects that have never been on view.
"Structure and Perspective" brings together commissioned works by Maryland-born artist David Brewster with objects from the Maryland Historical Society’s collection. This marrying of old with new, contemporary with “antique,” creates a dialogue that inspires thought-provoking discussions of how the objects of the past remain relevant to today’s ever-changing social landscape. It also highlights Brewster’s often challenging perspective on the modern world, one that looks to the overlooked or unseen.
"The Third Friday Conversations" series will cover various topics that have affected, and continue to affect the rights of many Americans. Each FREE conversation will delve into the historic and current events that shape our country's political landscape and equitable practices.
Explore the history and culture of African-Americans including the Thurgood Marshall Memorial and Alex Haley Memorial. The tour ends at the Banneker-Douglass Museum. Led by a period dressed tour guide. This tour is offered in partnership with the Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Foundation.
An Interfaith Concert at Second Presbyterian Church
Thursday, February 28, 7 pm [FREE CONCERT]
As a celebration of the World Day of Prayer and recognition of God’s deep love for all people, Second Presbyterian Church will host a very special FREE concert: “Music & Words for All God’s People”.
If you are a talented artist between the ages of 14 - 21 years, this opportunity is for you! Be part of this exciting New Musical and original cast album of Voices of Carmen.
Project Time Line:
March 2nd-4th Auditions
March 16th Present Carmen cast at Bmore Healthy Expo
April Date TBA, Costume fitting
May/June dates TBA, Cast album recordings
July 1st Camp Carmen Begins!
July Date TBA, DC Black Theater Festival - New Works and Readings
July 19th Artscape/Teenscape
July 24th Community Tour