Monday, November 12, 2012

CELEBRATE BALTIMORE @ THE JHU MUSEUMS THIS SEASON

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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