For 50 years, the Washinton Balle has preformed The Nutcracker. Except instead of the traditional setting it is set against the 1882 Georgetown and stars Gerge Washington as the Nutcracker himself.
18th annual exhibit of the museum brings together embroidering, diorama, film and other forms of art to create a story.
Works about and inspired by the life and legacy of Maryland-born abolitionist Harriet Tubman. Opening reception on March 23 from 3-5 p.m.
The 25th anniversary group exhibition features works by Robert Andriulli, Patricia Tobacco Forrester, Ellen Hill, Sheep Jones, Amy Lamb, Annie Leibovitz, Kathryn O'Grady, and Frank Trefny.
As part of "The Raisin Cycle" featuring two plays inspired by A Raisin in the Sun, Center Stage presents this play about a white middle-class neighborhood that becomes predominantly black in the '60s and then undergoes gentrification in 2009.
The Top of the World Observation Level hosts an exhibition of the collaborative work of more than 40 artists, revealing the details of the sights, people and lifestyles of the city. A free meet and greet with the artists will be held Friday, April 19 between 5:30 pm and 7pm.
An exhibit of more than 20 longrifles made in Maryland from private collections.
The Central Library hosts an exhibit documenting the achievements of BUILD, featuring the leaders who made these changes possible.
An exhibit celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech, and the second inauguration of President Barack Obama.
An exhibition of posters, printing tools, photos and historical ephemera looking at the famous concert posters. The festival includes concerts, educational workshops, a film night, panel discussions, and guided exhibition tours.
Art exhibition of French artist Rodolpe Delaunay.
An exhibit of artifacts from the life of Maryland woman who would go on to marry Jerome Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon.
A collection of art centered around ways art can create a sense of place. Artists featured include Katherine Bennett, Stephen Bradley & Nicole King, K. David Fong, and Neal McDonald.
Baltimore photographer Edwin Remsberg displays pictures from different folk art genres. This exhibit is a part of Maryland Traditions Folklife Festival and sponsored by Towson University's College of Fine Arts and Communication.
Artist and Native American healer Judy Tallwing presents her work , which includes paintings embedded with gems and minerals.
A comedy about the misadventueres of two men
A Raisin in The Sun's Beneatha Younger is given an expanded role
A satrical look at race and gentriciation, one of two plays presented by Center Stage that pick up where Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in The Sun left off.
The Mobtown players spin on the original Greek tragedy about a woman who takes revenge on her husband.
Experience, experiment, and explore the science of how we can save Earth's ecosystems at the Maryland Science Center's new travelling exhibit. Visitors to the exhibit will be introduced to the rescue efforts used by experts, have a chance to experiment with puppets, costumes, and learn survival skills.
A divorced couple rekindle their relationship while they are on honeymoon with their new spouses.
Oasis Places, curated by Jeremy Stern centers around the unique ways in which a work of art can create a sense of place, whether through contemplative reflection, or interactive, viewer-participatory involvement. Artists include Katherine Bennett, Stephen Bradley & Nicole King, K. David Fong, and Neal McDonald. A Gallery talk will be held Thursday May, 9 at 6pm with a reception at 7pm.
Don't scoff: sailing can teach you some meaningful life skills. Like which side of the boat is starboard, and various knots and such. Okay, so they're not that meaningful. But it's still good for some maritime fun.
Whoa, look how far you threw that frisbee dude! Shit yeah. Oh. Well fuck. That dog just took your disc bro. Game over, man.
The Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) is retelling a dramatic story of the War of 1812 with 5,000 square feet of displays and more than 100 historic artifacts.
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.
Sherlock Holmes needs assistance in solving another mystery in Victorian England.
This traveling exhibition, celebrating the Marian House's 30th anniversary, profiles Marian House alumni and their journey from dependance to independance.
The Black Eyed Susan authentic Mississippi river boat hosts a murder mystery and dinner cruise, with a different mystery with each cruise.
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