Located in Baltimore's scenic Mt. Vernon neighborhood, this internationally renowned museum includes artwork from the 3rd millennium B.C.E. to works from the early 20th century. Its earlier art collection includes ivories, jewelry, enamels, and bronzes in America, a spectacular group of medieval and Renaissance illuminated manuscripts as well as Egyptian, Greek and Roman, Byzantine, Ethiopian, and western medieval art. Its more recent works include French paintings that represent every major art trend in the 19th century. The museum also holds special exhibitions of work from all eras and areas of the world.
Come together to celebrate the life and achievements of one of our nation’s greatest heroes, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Enjoy theatrical and musical performances that reflect on the importance of free speech and diverse communities. Share your dreams, personal heroes and stories through art and collaborative activities. Don’t miss one of the most popular festivals and the closing day of the special exhibition, Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe.
Kids can learn about Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy through theatrical and musical performances in addition to artistic and other collaborative activities.
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