Monday, August 12, 2013

AUGUST PROGRAMS @ JHU MUSEUMS

WHEN: August 16–18

Make-a-Dress Weekend Workshop

Costume historian Ann Wass leads this hands-on workshop where you'll learn how to use modern tailoring techniques to make your very own custom Federal/Regency-style ball gown for Homewood's Harvest Ball. MORE »

 

WHEN: Through August 18

Shakespeare in the Meadow

The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory returns to Evergreen for its summer residency, bringing both tragedy and comedy to the Meadow with A Midsummer Night's Dream (begins August 2). Performances Friday through Sunday, with gates open early for a preshow and picnicking. MORE »

 

WHEN: August 28

In Each Other's Shoes: The Art of Loring Cornish

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom by visiting this outdoor exhibition of ten sculptural panels by Baltimore artist Loring Cornish that visually narrates the struggle for civil rights in America. Now through September 29. MORE »

 

Tickets Now On Sale

WHEN: Oct 12

Harvest Ball & Fall Frolick

Come see and be seen among the Beau Monde of Baltimore! Homewood's first-ever gala benefit celebrates Baltimore's illustrious Federal era with period music, costumed re-enactors, country dancing à la Jane Austen, and a harvest-themed seated dinner. Then flirt into the night at the Fall Frolick after party with live dance band and open premium bar. MORE»