Join the members of Iron Crow Theatre Company and special guests Bruce Nelson and Robert Hitz for an evening of songs, readings and holiday merriment, Crow-style. Hosted by Ms. Sunrize Highway! Christmas with the Crows is a proud partnership with Spotlight UB
WHEN: Saturday, December 8, 8 PM
WHERE: Lucy and Vernon Wright Theatre, University of Baltimore Student Center, 5th floor, 21 West Mount Royal Ave, Baltimore
TICKETS: $25.00; includes a food and drink reception
For tickets: www.ironcrowtheatre.com
WHEN: Friday, November 30, 8:00 PM
WHERE: First and Franklin Street Presbyterian Church, 210 West Madison Street (corner of Park Ave and Madison St), Baltimore
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Brian Ganz plays virtuoso piano.
Reception to follow.
“One comes away from a recital by pianist Brian Ganz exhilarated by the power of the performance and moved by his search for artistic truth.” (The Washington Post)
Ganz, a laureate of the Queen Elisabeth of Belgium and the Marguerite Long–Jacques Thibaud International Piano Competitions, has performed as soloist with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic and L Orchestre Lamoureux (Paris).
Ganz will play an all-Chopin recital on First & Franklin’s world- class 1910 Steinway B piano, including Trois Ecossaises, Op. 72, No 3; Fantaisie, Op. 49; Excerpts from Preludes, Op. 28; and Andante Spianato et Grande Polonaise Brillante, Op. 22.
In 2011, Ganz began a multi-year project with the National Philharmonic to perform the complete works of Chopin at the Music Center at Strathmore.
WHEN: December 1, 2012, 8:00 PM
WHERE: Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore
NOT PART OF SEASON SUBSCRIPTION, PLEASE BUY TICKETS SEPARATELY
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25th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION CONCERT presents these amazing local guitarists, all sharing one celebration concert:
The BCGS Ensemble conducted by Ronald Pearl will perform in lieu of a pre-concert talk that evening, from 7:15-7:45 PM.
Don't miss this amazing celebration concert!
WHEN: Friday, November 30, 8 PM
WHERE: Creative Alliance at The Patterson, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore, Maryland 21224
ADMISSION: $20 ($15 members)
An upbeat musical celebration! Mink Stole, Sunrize Highway, AIDS Action Baltimore’s Lynda Dee and many others join host Adam Cooley (of Hedwig fame) in honoring World AIDS Day with music.
Reception w/ hors d’ouevres by Clementine to follow. Adam Cooley directs and sings in a thoughtfully curated evening of Broadway, pop, rock' n' roll and original tunes sung by some of Baltimore’s most talented vocalists. Cast includes: Mink Stole, Sunrize Highway, Queen Earth, Alexis Holzer, Quae Simpson & Company, with a reading by Tenley Spatz. AIDS Action Baltimore founder Lynda Dee joins Johns Hopkins’ Dr. Rupali Limaye in discussing exciting research developments with the audience.
A portion of the proceeds benefits AIDS Action Baltimore. Thanks to Clementine & Toss Pizzeria. Thanks to all our performers for donating their time!
SANOFKA DANCE THEATER
WHEN: Saturday, December 1, 2-5 PM
WHERE: Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore
RSVP via phone (410.276.1651) to reserve a seat.
Kibibi Ajanku hosts this pre-Kwanzaa African-American festivity when drums sound out the voices of the past featuring Baba Jumoke's magnificent Dancing ChiWara.
In partnership with Red Line and Patterson Park Public Charter School Girl Scouts.
WHEN: Sunday, Dec. 2, 4 PM
WHERE: Christ Lutheran Church, 701 S. Charles St., Baltimore Inner Harbor
The Bach Concert Series' 25th Anniversary Season of First Sunday Concerts begins with a performance of Bach's Cantata 1: Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern, under the direction of Maestro T. Herbert Dimmock.
The concert will also feature the Largo from Bach's Concerto for Two Violins, the Fantasia & Fugue in C Minor (performed by organist Christopher Schroeder), and the choirs Eightnotes and Vocal Chords from the Park School as part of the BCS Student Voice Exchange.
WHEN: Tuesday, December 4, at 7:30 PM
WHERE: Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles Street, Baltimore (Roland Park)
Join Music Director Tom Hall and the Baltimore Choral Arts Chorus and Orchestra for Christmas with Choral Arts, which includes beloved Christmas and classical favorites, including Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus."
"Christmas with Choral Arts" is sponsored by Constellation Energy with additional support from PNC.
A workshop production leading to the Arena Stage premiere of
The Grand Parade (of the 20th Century)
By Double Edge Theatre
Conceived and directed by Stacy Klein
Co-created by the Double Edge ensemble
Composed by Alexander Bakshi
WHEN: December 5 – December 16, Wednesday – Saturday at 7:30 PM; Sunday at 2:30 PM
WHERE: Baltimore Theatre Project, 45 W. Preston Street, Baltimore
TICKETS: All performances are FREE.
Tickets must be reserved through Baltimore Performance Kitchen.
To reserve now, CLICK HERE, e-mail email@example.com or call 443.690.4053.
As part of a developmental residency hosted and presented by Baltimore Performance Kitchen, Double Edge Theatre will be sharing its process and a workshop version of The Grand Parade (of the 20th Century). Before it has its world premiere at Arena Stage in February 2013, audiences get an opportunity to see the first iteration of the work, which is a visual feast with actors and set pieces flying and moving.
Double Edge’s distinct imagining of the American Century is being conceived through the lens of Marc Chagall (1887-1985), and explores how the epic events and iconic characters of the 20th century inform the realities in which we now live. Following the residency in Baltimore, the work will continue to be developed in Chicago, followed by the premiere in Washington, DC at Arena Stage, and then presentations in Russia.
Double Edge Theatre is America’s premier laboratory theatre company. Located on a sprawling farm in Ashfield, MA, Double Edge Theatre sometimes takes years to create an original piece of theatre. Double Edge Theatre is led by Stacy Klein, a native of Baltimore. Join us for a unique chance to witness one of the final stages of the work before it premieres.
A NIGHT OF SOLOS
featuring emerging Baltimore artists
WHEN: Friday, November 30, 8:30 PM
WHERE: The Red Room, 425 E. 31st Street Baltimore
The Red Room continues its mission to spotlight inspired local emerging artists with a night of experimental solos.
Kelvin Pittman on Saxophone
Will Schorre – Synthesizer
Jesse Haas – Saxophone
Beth Brown – Electronics
Peter Tran - Guitar Synthesizer
Derrick Michaels - Saxophone
Short solo sets by an extremely varied and spirit group of emerging improvisors who come highly recommended by the Red Room.
Flandrew Fleisenberg and Neil Feather & Peter B
A duo of unconventional improvisors: Neil Feather and Flandrew Fleisenberg.
WHEN: Saturday, December 1, 8:30 PM
Making new friends is a major part of the Red Room related festival High Zero. Feather and Fleisenberg hit it off and decided they needed to play together. So, tonight two men with great enthusiasm for experimental music willfully collaborate to make some of the wobbliest, the buzziest, the clangiest, and the boingiest music that has ever happened at the Red Room.
PB: Peter Blasser plays the Plumbutter.
This same night, you can see Peter Blasser performing on his brand new, handmade-for-your-Holliday-gifting, drum and drama machine: Plumbutter. For a preview of what this instrument can do, see his website.
Flandrew Fleisenberg plays percussion on an assortment of everyday ephemera and modified drum parts that he has reduced and eroded through a process of playing and breaking them. A graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston with a focus in conceptual art, he is musically self-taught and has developed a cadre of idiosyncratic techniques that are all his own. Flandrew has been involved in the improvised and creative music community since 2001 performing solo, in ad-hoc improv groupings and in set projects. Additionally, he organizes an ongoing series of performances at the flopera house in Boston. lifeoffleisenberg.blogspot.com
Sound Mechanic Neil Feather has been creating radical and unusual musical instruments for thirty years, and is increasingly known outside of Baltimore as one of the most original musical thinkers of his day. His instruments each embody uniquely clever acoustic and engineering principles, and are visually arresting. The music he plays on the instruments is equally original, embodying new principles and resulting in a nearly alien idiom of music. A founding member of THUS and THE OFFICIAL PROJECT, as well as the leader of AEROTRAIN, he has a long history of collaborative projects and solo concerts.
Peter Blasser was introduced to "the maestro" in a fourth grade assembly. This kind conductor of the micro-kid band introduced the wind instruments available and Peter chose the tuba because it was the least practical. His parents put up with its bellows until high school when he diversified to banjo. Unallowed to purchase an Ud, Peter built one in the basement, thus beginning his career of "I will interface with reality by building a sound object." ciat-lonbarde.net
The Volunteers Collective
(Open Session/Workshop for free improvisation)
WHEN: Sunday, December 2, 7:00 PM
Anyone with a serious interest in free improvisation is invited to attend and play. Inpiring, hard, non-competative.
BIG STANDS UP (w/ Four of Bmore's Best!)
Stand Ups DOUG POWELL, JIM MEYER, TIM HOECKEL & STAVROS HALKIAS Join BIG for a Comedy Explosion!
CAN"T Make it to BIG STANDS UP? See you on Saturday Instead!
BIG's DECEMBER SHOWS!!
BIG is finishing the 2012 portion of our Season with a Triple Play. Shows from December 14-16 at Fells Point Corner Theater, featuring all of BIG's troupes as well as local independent troupes: Doomhilda and Girls Night Out. All the glory of Baltimore Improv for you this December. All these shows at 8 PM
Mount Clare Museum House Presents
A CARROLL CHRISTMAS:
HOLIDAY TRADITIONS AT MOUNT CLARE
WHEN: Saturday, December 8, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM; Self-guided tours of the beautifully decorated mansion will be offered from 10 AM until 3 PM
WHERE: Mount Clare Museum House, Carroll Park, 1500 Washington Blvd., Baltimore
ADMISSION: Special event admission $5 per person.
All proceeds support Mount Clare’s educational programs.
Step back 250 years into the colonial Georgian home of the Carroll family for a special event. Mount Clare will be decorated in 18th century style yuletide splendor and will surely put you in the holiday spirit!
The Monumental City Ancient Fife and Drum Corps will perform outside on the front steps from morning to early afternoon. Inside, musicians, playing period style instruments, will regale you throughout the afternoon with holiday tunes of old. Watch a food demonstration given by a costumed interpreter of an 18th century staple—the Maryland Beaten biscuit! Fun for the whole family!
Finish your holiday shopping at the Annual Holiday Greens and Gift Sale. Fill your home with the aroma of fresh cut greens from assorted decorated wreaths, boxwood trees, unusual fresh holly assortment, and magnolia. A wide assortment of gift items from around the world perfect for everybody on your list will be for sale in the Mount Clare gift shop! Beat the crowd and get first pick! Preview sale on Friday December 7th from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. There is ample free parking.
About Mount Clare Museum House
Minutes from the Inner Harbor, Centuries Away! This National Historic Landmark is one of the finest examples of a Maryland Georgian country estate, built in 1760 by Charles Carroll, Barrister. As Baltimore’s oldest house, Mount Clare sits majestically in historic Carroll Park in southwest Baltimore. Original family furnishings depict the grand style of 18th century colonial living. The mansion was preserved and furnished by the Maryland Society of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America and became Maryland’s first house museum in 1917. The Mount Clare Stable was originally built as a stable for the Baltimore City Police Horses in 1910. The space has been adapted for year round use and available as a rental space and education center.
The museum is open for guided tours on the hour, Thursday through Sunday beginning at 11 AM, last tour at 3 PM. General Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors and $4 for students (2-12).
B&O Railroad Museum members are free. Free parking.
A TRIBUTE TO CHARLIE BYRD
with Nate Najar, Chuck Redd and Tommy Cecil
WHEN: Friday, November 30, at 7:30 PM
WHERE: Germano’s Trattoria, 300 S. High Street, Baltimore
TICKETS: $20 cover. $20 food/drink minimum
This evening with fingerstyle jazz guitarist Nate Najar (right), accompanied by bassist Tommy Cecil (bottom) and drummer/vibraphonist Chuck Redd (center). will showcase Najar’s melodic interpretations in tribute to Charlie Byrd.
A student of guitar and piano innovators like Barney Kessel, Django Reinhardt, Oscar Peterson and Bill Evans—Najar considers musicality central to his compositions and performances. Seeing the acoustic guitar as a piano, he elicits remarkably rich and unique sounds, a result of his ongoing mastery of the finger-style nylon string technique for the classical jazz guitar.
Najar will also debut selections from a new jazz album set to launch in early 2012, celebrating the music and influence of Charlie Byrd. The night will be infused with references to swinging jazz, a healthy dose of Duke Ellington and the rich Brazilian rhythms of Antonio Carlos Jobim.
“The music of Chuck Redd and Nate Najar was beguilingly timeless and truly evocative of Charlie Byrd,” noted one reviewer of the well received 2011 Labor Day performance at the Monty Alexander Jazz Festival in Easton, Maryland.
Personalized Experience Lets Users Search & Share Contemporary Art Favorites
BMA GO MOBILE
Beginning on Wednesday, November 14, The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) launches an exciting new way to explore its newly renovated contemporary wing with BMA Go Mobile (www.artbma.org/gomobile), an innovative personalized mobile art guide with rich information and fresh perspectives on more than 100 objects.
Like having the BMA in your pocket, BMA Go Mobile is a mobile website that is available anywhere, anytime, and on any device—including iPhones, Android, and Blackberry smartphones. Using the latest technologies, BMA Go Mobile expands upon the museum experience with content about every artwork on view in the contemporary wing, plus 33 exclusive video and audio interviews with artists, curators, and Baltimore-area experts. What makes the guide distinctive is that users are able to search by artwork, artist, era, or gallery, and can create their own connections through the curated content. The ability to save favorites, view later, or share with friends via social media like Facebook and Twitter also enhances both the on-site and post-museum experience.
“The Baltimore Museum of Art is in an exciting period of transformation that will engage 21st-century audiences with its internationally recognized collection in innovative and exciting new ways,” said Museum Director Doreen Bolger. “I am delighted that the BMA is expanding visitors’ access to the contemporary collection through this extraordinary resource.”
Highlights of BMA Go Mobile include commentary from artists Oliver Herring, Thomas Hirschhorn, and Joyce Scott, as well as Gertrude’s Chef John Shields, architect Diane Cho, and other participants. WYPR radio host Tom Hall narrates the guide and Baltimore-based musicians Lucas Lechowski, Jake Leckie, and Yeveto created original compositions to further enhance the mobile experience. Gallery maps and floor plans help visitors navigate their own self-created tours. Complimentary iPod Touches are also available for museum visitors to check out during their visit.
The BMA’s newly renovated contemporary wing reopens on November 18, completing the first phase of its $24.5 million renovation. Visitors will discover 16 refreshed and revitalized galleries showcasing masterworks by Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol alongside more than a dozen new acquisitions created by established and emerging artists working today. Highlights of the project include a major architectural intervention by artist Sarah Oppenheimer; three new exhibitions; a new black box gallery for light, sound, and moving image works; two new interactive galleries; and, of course, the museum’s first mobile art guide for the collection.
BMA Go Mobile was developed by the museum’s Deputy Director of Education Anne Manning and Manager of Interpretation Gamynne Guillotte in partnership with Cogapp, a technology group that specializes in building websites, interactive installations, and next-generation mobile applications for museums. Sandy Goldberg, an independent media writer and producer, developed the video and audio content. BMA Go Mobile will expand with content for the American and African collections in 2014.
World AIDS Day
with "Hedwig" Star, John Waters' Mink Stole & More in Spectacular Cabaret
WHEN: Friday, November 30, 8 PM
WHERE: Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore
ADMISSION: $20, $15 members
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Adam Cooley, star of our hugely successful run of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," directs and sings in a thoughtfully-curated evening of Broadway, pop, rock' n' roll and original tunes sung by some of Baltimore's most talented vocalists. Also included are readings from the pandemic and discussion of exciting research developments. A reception follows, with hors d'ouevres by Clementine at the Creative Alliance.
Joining Cooley is film actress Mink Stole, famous for her work with John Waters in films ranging from the hit Hairspray to cult classic Pink Flamingos; Joseph Ritch's creation Sunrize Highway, a loving satire of the great divas interspersed with whimsical reflections, winsome musings, sage advice, cautionary tales and insightful showbiz stories; and Baltimore native Quae Simpson, who has been performing for the past 20 years nationally and internationally, from the Mid-Atlantic to Western China.
Johns Hopkins' Dr. Rupali Limaye and AIDS Action Baltimore founder Lynda Dee speaks with the audience afterwards. Limaye worked as director of HIV Global Programs at Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication. AIDS Action Baltimore recently celebrated 25 years of providing educational, financial, and emotional support for people with HIV and HIV prevention services in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
Other performers include Alexis Holzer, who backed up Cooley's Hedwig in the band, and Tenley Spatz, who provides a reading.
World AIDS Day was established by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1988 to remember the epidemic. The theme in 2012 is "Getting to Zero," referencing the UNAIDS vision of "Zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS-related deaths."
Creative Alliance is Baltimore's premier multi-genre arts center, presenting over 200 events a year in film, music, workshops, and visual art in its theater, art galleries, bar/restaurant, classrooms, and live/work spaces for artists.
First created in 1985, the Young Playwrights Festival is one of CENTERSTAGE's longest-running educational programs.
The program encourages playwriting submissions from up-and-coming theater makers throughout the state, grades K-12.
This initial brush with success can set students on a lifelong path: Juliana Avery, a Young Playwrights Festival honoree in 2002, has gone on to pursue a career in theater, and recently had the chance to see her words come alive once more at CENTERSTAGE when she was asked to be a contributor to My America.
The 2013 Young Playwrights Festival is now accepting submissions through February 8, 2013!
You're invited to join us for our farewell open house to our Charles Street home
It's A Wrap Party
WHEN: December 8, 2 PM-5 PM
WHERE: 1727 N. Charles Street, Baltimore
ADMISSION: Free (Suggested Donation $25)
Join us as we take a moment to say goodbye to a converted bowling alley that has been our home for 18 years—a home we have proudly shared with Baltimore audiences over 80 productions and countless events.
Drop in for a visit! We'll be here excited to raise a glass and swap favorite Charles Street stories with you, our beloved audience and supporters, over some food and drinks.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the number in your party so we can plan accordingly.
2012-2013 Bravo Lyric Opera Cabaret Series
WHEN: Saturday, December 1, at 7:30 PM
WHERE: Germano’s Trattoria, 300 S. High Street, Baltimore
TICKETS: $10 cover is a donation to the Opera Education Fund of the Lyric Opera House
Maestro James Harp directs this region's finest opera performers in this marvelous cabaret series presented by The Lyric Opera House. Shows are the first Saturday of each month. Enjoy "Opera a la Carte."
Start thinking about the most creative holiday gifts you can give...that you get the unique experience of making! At Corradetti Glass Studio you'll step up to the fiery furnaces and blow your own holiday ornament out of molten glass with your instructor. Mini-workshops are held on the dates listed below. Register online soon, limited space remaining.
WHEN: Saturdays - Nov. 24, Dec. 1 & Dec. 8: Blow your own glass ornament; Friday eve - Nov. 30: Wine & cheese event while you blow a glass ornament
WHERE: Corradetti Glassblowing Studio, 2010 Clipper Park Rd., Suite 119, Baltimore
GLASSBLOWING: FULL DAY CLASSES
In our beginner & intermediate classes students work intensively over the 6 hour day to learn or improve glassblowing skills. Private instruction, group activities & school visits also available.
A hot gift item—a glass workshop experience they'll never forget! Purchase gift certificates good toward online registrations into all classes & workshops we offer. Select any dollar amount—use repeatedly until it's gone. PayPal keeps track of your balance and there's no expiration date.
HAVE YOUR PARTY at CORRADETTI STUDIO
This cozy glassblowing studio is the area's most unique venue for receptions & holiday events. With lofty ceilings, exposed brick walls, glass gallery and glowing furnaces, the space offers contemporary design infused with Old World charm. A beautifully renovated historic location within Clipper Mill in Woodberry.
Winterfest Jazz Preview Party and Exhibition
WHEN: Friday, November 16, from 6-8 PM
WHERE: Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 Smith Ave., Baltimore
TICKETS: $15 members, $20 non-members and $25 at the door. Tickets are available for purchase through the web site, by phone or in person.
Proceeds from this fundraiser will support the artistic and educational programming at Baltimore Clayworks.
Baltimore Clayworks' annual Winterfest Jazz Preview Party which celebrates the gift of art, change of seasons and the last exhibition of the year. Spend an evening shopping among fabulous ceramics while enjoying live music, wine, beer and refreshments. Groove to sensational music by the Link, Heid and Russell Combo, a high energy classic organ combo jazz trio, while walking through a winter wonderland of ceramic works showcased in one of our most popular exhibition events—Winterfest and the Annual Holiday Sale.
WHEN: November 17 through January 5, 2013, The opening reception is Saturday, November 17, from 6 to 8 PM.
Baltimore Clayworks is proud to present their seventeenth annual Winterfest 2012, the utilitarian ceramics holiday invitational celebrating the gift of art featuring established and emerging ceramic artists. Select galleries will host the Annual Holiday Sale where the rooms are filled with hand-crafted gifts by Baltimore Clayworks' member
and invited artists.
Invited Artists: Patty Bilbro (MD), David Bolton (IL), Bryce Brisco (TN), Chris Cooley (VA), Heather Jo Davis (IA), Paul Dresang (IL), Ernest Gentry (TX), Susannah Goodman (MI), Kenyon Hansen (MT), Lana Heckendorn (PA), Stepanka Horalkova (NY), Erica Iman (IL), Michael Hunt and Naomi Daglish (NC), Shawn O'Conner (ME), Adam Paulek (VA), Matt Repsher (NM), Audrey Rosulek (MT), Stacy Stanhope (VT), Angelica Tassistro (NC), Charlie Tefft (NC)
Are you a local business and looking to reach new customers? Become a sponsor of this event - your logo will appear in upcoming email blasts, on our web site and on signage at the event. Please contact email@example.com or call 410.578.1919 x14.
Baltimore Clayworks is a not-for-profit ceramic art center located in the Mt. Washington neighborhood in northwest Baltimore. Founded in 1980, Clayworks is housed in two reclaimed and renovated buildings located across the street from one another. This organization offers classes, artists' spaces, exhibitions, and programs throughout the community. Hours are 10 AM – 5 PM, Monday through Saturday. For more information call Baltimore Clayworks at 410.578.1919 or visit our website, www.baltimoreclayworks.org
WHEN: Reopens Nov 18!
WHERE: Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore
ADMISSION: Free for all
The BMA’s Contemporary Art Wing reopens with new art, new ideas, and new experiences! Here's just a sampling...
THE BIG DAY
WHEN: Sun, Nov 18, 11 AM – 5 PM
ADMISSION: Free for all
Join us for a day of BIG FUN with live performances, music, artist demos, art-making activities, tours, and innovative in-gallery art experiences!
BMA LATE NIGHT
WHEN: Sat, Nov 17, 9 PM – midnight
ADMISSION: Free for all
Come celebrate—after hours! Festivities include live music, dancing, art-making, tours, cash bar, light bites, and much more!
Reimagining Urbanism in the Age of Rail
WHEN: November 14
Johns Hopkins Ph.D. candidate David Schley delivers Evergreen's ninth Garrett Lecture on Urban Issues, discussing how the B&O shaped the spatial practices and imagination of 19th-century Baltimoreans, and implications of this process for contemporary understandings of the global marketplace. MORE »
Season of Celebration
WHEN: Begins December 1
Let the holidays begin as the Johns Hopkins University Museums showcase the sights and sounds of the season with lavishly decorated period rooms, artfully trimmed trees, and unique holiday activities. Evergreen and Homewood are enchanting, entertaining, and educational this holiday season. Come celebrate with us! MORE »
Silhouettes for the Holidays
WHEN: December 1
Artist Lauren Muney's custom paper profile keepsakes of you or your loved ones will make the perfect holiday gift (and elevate Facebook profiles to an art form). Around since the last part of the 18th century, silhouette cut-outs have shown a recent renewed popularity that is sure to hold true for years to come. MORE »
Portrait of a City: Views of Early Baltimore
WHEN: December 3
This Homewood Museum exhibition highlights prints and original works of art recording the landmarks, landscapes, and historical moments of the city that Charles Carroll Jr. called home. Preview Reception: Dec. 3, 5–7 PM. MORE »
Now on View
Through the Legacy of Bakst
Inspired by famed Ballets Russes stage and costume designer Léon Bakst, who created Evergreen's private theatre 90 years ago this fall, over 40 lavish works by contemporary artist and fashion designer Aleona Isakova are presented in this special exhibition alongside Bakst drawings and Russian modernist ephemera. MORE»
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