Experience the Bromo Arts District during a night of artistic performances, exhibits, and open studios. Curate your own tour and visit the 20+ participating creative groups. Register for free tickets to receive event updates and access to special promotions.
Rare indeed is the album that’s both of its time and timeless—the recording that perfectly captures the mood of the moment it was birthed in, yet remains as fresh and relevant decades after its release. Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On, which celebrated its 50th-anniversary last month, is perhaps the most iconic example; Donny Hathaway’s stunning 1970 debut Everything Is Everything and Stevie Wonder’s 1976 masterpiece Songs in the Key of Life are also part of this select club. And so is Donnie's lesser-known but equally powerful The Colored Section.
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JUL 1 FIRST FRIDAY 5-8PM | FREE
Join artist Lilliana Guzman in the Amelia Rothschild Gallery as she discusses the figures and symbolism in her work as she closes her exhibition entitled Next To Myself. Free all-ages art making drop-in.
This free festival, in its sixth year, is expanding its vibrant, family friendly environment. Enjoy a day of local, regional and national music performances, children’s activities, art making and experiences for all ages. Everyone from across the region is invited to celebrate Cherry Hill’s historical and cultural significance on Independence Day.
Visit CherryHillFest.com for more details!
Asia in Maryland
Wednesday, September 8 – Saturday, December 11, 2021 (closed November 24 - 28)
Gallery Hours: Monday - Saturday, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Opening reception: Wednesday, September 8. 7:30pm
Explore diverse works of art by Maryland-based Asian and AAPI visual artists which showcase the stories of, raise awareness about, and facilitate dialogue about the ideas and issues that are most important to the 500,000+ Asian and AAPI residents who play integral roles in the fabric of Maryland life.
BNHA 3rd Annual History Through Arts Competition
The Baltimore National Heritage Area (BNHA) invites Baltimore City youth to participate in our 3rd Annual History Through Arts Competition. The purpose of this contest is to engage City youth in an art exhibit showcasing their unique talents while also expressing their view of life in Baltimore City. The expectation is that the artwork will reflect Baltimore’s historic people, places, significant architecture or represent a historical event.