Learn the basics of crochet in this fun two hour workshop brought to you by the lovely “Stitch Sages” at Lovelyarns, Baltimore’s Favorite Yarn Store! Leave with the skills to make your own crochet project! All materials are included and you will be able to keep your yarn and hook!
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Mark the closing of Fashion Statement as we whisk from the glamorous world of fashion and into the realm of our next original exhibit Scrapyard: Innovators of Recycling. The fashion industry is one of the most wasteful in the world – join a panel of experts to discuss challenges faced by the industry and how to “green” the fashion of the future.
$8: Senior (65+)
$6: Student (13 and older)
$4: Child (4 to 12)
Help us to celebrate the opening of the Baltimore’s Local Grocer: Celebrating 75 Years of Eddies of Roland Park pop-up exhibit during this one-night-only chef skirmish featuring Eddie’s top talent as they flip, fry, and faceoff with expert riffs on this holiday favorite. Taking inspiration from the most entertaining cooking contests on TV, come watch (and sample) as we test the speed, precision, and creativity of the team that has been serving up some of the best latkes in Baltimore for 75 years!
Senior (65+): $8
Join artists Danielle Durchslag and Ryan Frank, creators of A Wandering Sukkah, a colorful, skyscraper-inspired sukkah, as they share their experience bringing their project all across New York City in 2015. Why did this pair of artists (one Jewish, one not) create this project? How did NYC react to their journey? Find out as they share their stories, photos, and video from their Wandering Sukkah.
The depth of Maryland’s Jewish heritage is reflected in its wide range of synagogue architecture. With a history extending from the early settlement of German Jews to the influx of Russian Jews, to a post-war suburban population, this presentation by retired M-NCPPC Architectural Historian Clare Kelly explores the evolution from traditional revivalist styles to modern functional design, drawing on examples in Baltimore City and Montgomery County.