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Michael's Eight Avenue hosts a live Vegas-style orchestra, Vegas showgirls and other vocal performers.
A single-elimination culinary tournament performed to benefit Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland.
The Urban Land Institute of Baltimore will lead a tour of the new Union Wharf (915 S Wolfe Street) residences before a cocktail hour.
on June 19th, the Museum of African American History and Culture is holding a press and hospitality preview for "Ashe to Amen," an exhibition presenting African American artists' interpretations of biblical stories and traditions. RSVP by June 11th to Lisa Woods at 443-263-1809, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An art form found only in Baltimore and born wholly in Highlandtown, screen painting is 100-years-old this year! A premiere at The Patterson exactly 25 years ago, The Screen Painters tracks the birth of painting window screens and how it became an artform. Homeowners commissioned their screen doors and windows to be painted so that they could see out but passersby couldn’t see in. Painted screen scholar Elaine Eff joins in a post- film discussion with cinematographer ichard Chilsom, along with screen painters Dee Herget, Tom Lipka, and others. Little Castles, the short doc on Balti- more’s Formstone tradition, opens. Supported by The PNC Foundation.
Come hear and talk about topics important to Baltimore artists, including gentrification and cultural vitality in the transitioning communities of Baltimore. Start on Thursday at the MICA Graduate Student Center and transition to the Windup Space after lunch, finishing the day with a film screening. Head on over to Area 405 for Friday's walking tour of Station North and further discussions.
Cherry Hill Branch, 606 Cherry Hill Road, 2 p.m.
Superimposed. Collaged. Embellished...These words help describe Norm Dubin's photography, but why don't you be the judge of that?
Pile of Crft is alternative craft fair with over 45 vendors.
Now’s your chance to customize your bike with paint, special duct tape, decoupage images, and designs. Basic maintenance and repair are also covered. Instructors are MICA Community Arts MFA candidates Andy Dahl and Michelle Nugent. Bring your bicycles. Bicyclists of all ages are welcome. Materials are provided!
See East Baltimore’s famous painted screens and sites up close on the first “Painted Screens Pilgrimage.” Join Elaine Eff, painted screen’s authority, for a personalized bus tour with stops from Little Bohemia to Fells Point. Start with breakfast and view the documentary film The Screen Painters. Tour begins and ends at The Patterson.
In this intro to the Old-Time Clawhammer banjo style, learn the fundamentals of this very accessible, fun, and increasingly popular style of banjo. No musical experience necessary; true beginners are welcome. Students will gain an understanding of the basic techniques and skills needed to play Clawhammer banjo.
Organized by Leslie King-Hammond, Ph.D., this exhibition features nearly 60 works of art and design by 50 artists from the 19th century through today, including the works of a few MICA artists, and makes manifest the vision of MICA's Center for Race and Culture: to exlpore the relationship of race and culture through the arts.
Listen and discuss the findings of an investigation commissioned by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation on the challenges and opportunities confronting artists in the Baltimore community using "strong art" to encourage "strong youth". There will be a discussion as well as an exhibition featuring artwork by Baltimore youths and adults.
Join artist Nancy Josephson as you find out how to create big stories from small objects and gain creative art ideas.
Learn to sew or sew like a pro to support the IMA Lafeyette Proejct, which creates Safe Motherhood kits for expecting mothers in developing countries. Fabric donations accepted. RSVP required to email@example.com.
The summer thesis exhibition will feature the work of 10 graduating artists from the M.F.A. in Studio Art program, a unique interdisciplinary program consisting of four six-week summer residencies combined with independent work throughout the academic year.
Sight Unseen presents Out There, Over Time - a group screening featuring perceptive, experimental explorations of landscapes affected by meditation upon the ephemeral and mystification of the experiential.
30 artists will paint Annapolis and compete for money, while all of the art will be sold in a gala days after they complete.
With a mix of art, story telling and pro-wrestling esque characters, Super Art Fight is a show unlike any other.
Join Gallery 1448 in celebrating the works of Bill and Ben Hoke. Paintings by Bill and photographs and videos by Ben will be on exhibit at the Gallery for the length of July. Meet the artists when their exhibit opens on July 5.
Young Blood is an annual showcase of recent Baltimore-area Master of Fine Arts graduates' work presented by Maryland Art Place.
Pick up art at affrodable prices, this years theme is based on movement.
An artist's reception for Colony, an exhibition featuring paintings by Katherine Mann, will be held together with Artscape's satellite opening receptions.
The Jewish Museum of Maryland celebrates the opening of their newest exhibit exploring the intersection of food, religion, and Jewish identity in America. Tastings and samples to be offered, along with good conversation. (opening reception 1-4 p.m. Oct. 23) Ongoing exhibit.
During this anniversary year, two centuries removed from the War of 1812, America’s Second War of Independence, the Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) is retelling a dramatic story with 5,000 square feet of displays and more than 100 historic artifacts.
18th annual exhibit of the museum brings together embroidering, diorama, film and other forms of art to create a story.
An exhibit of 20 drawings working in conceptual and Minimalist styles, including works by Carl Andre, Mel Bochner, Olafur Eliasson, and others.
An exhibit of nearly 40 paintings, prints, and drawings by Weber, Matisse, and other artists that inflenced Weber's avant garde painting style.
The Harlem Globetrotters help to open Towson University's new Tiger Arena with three games on June 19, June 20, and June 21.
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