Join us down at The Peale, Baltimore's Community Museum, for the opening of "Solace," which is centered around facilitating conversations about how black womxn care for themselves and the complexities of that process. This project is dedicated to fostering discussions on mental health and wellness by prioritizing trust, reciprocity, and support. It relies on cultivating partnerships and nurturing relationships with artist and audiences to thrive.
Join us for the opening reception of a powerful new exhibition at The Peale.
Working under the name the Women’s Coalition for Change, in April 1993, nine women enrolled in an art history course at the University of Maryland, College Park undertook an art action that jolted the campus and attracted national news coverage and passionate dialogue.
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In conjunction with the exhibition Compensation for Loss, come out to The Peale on Sunday, April 16, for a visit with naturalists from the Maryland Natural History Society. This event is great for kids and families.
Please join artist Antoinette Meyers Perry, and Solace exhibition at The Peale curator Cheyene Adams for an interactive workshop about self love and growth. Through art and crafts we will explore what it means to bloom where we are planted. Join us this Saturday April 22, 2023 at The Peale from 12-2pm. Hope to see you there!
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Join us at The Peale building for a thought-provoking panel discussion that includes artist Anna Foer Fine and a diverse group of multi-disciplinary experts.
In the exhibition, Compensation for Loss, Anna Fine Foer’s carefully researched and meticulously crafted works re-imagine the Renaissance cabinet of curiosities for the present. These cabinets were a precursor to the museum, where collectors displayed natural specimens, often from far-off locales, to advance scientific study and to impress visitors with their erudition and wealth.