Wednesday, October 2, 2013


October 12

The Harvest Ball &
Fall Frolick After Party

Homewood Museum's first-ever benefit ball celebrates Baltimore's illustrious Federal past with period amusements, dancing à la Jane Austen, and a harvest dinner. Then dance into modern times at the Fall Frolick with live band The New Romanos, an open bar, and late night snacks. MORE»

Begins October 21

Monumental Baltimore

Homewood presents a trio of lectures on Baltimore’s early historic and civic monuments in conjunction with AIA Baltimore Architecture Month, with particular focus on the Washington and Battle monuments and their restoration and significance. The talks feature Mary Ryan, Lance Humphries, and Cindy Kelly. MORE »


October 27

Lasting Legacies Opening Reception

Join Evergreen Museum & Library at an opening reception for Lasting Legacies: Recent and Promised Gifts to the Permanent Collection, a new exhibition documenting the transformative growth of the museum's collection through over 100 recent and promised gifts. MORE »


Final Two Weeks

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

Organized to honor the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, this outdoor exhibition of 10 sculptural panels by Baltimore artist Loring Cornish visually narrates the struggle for civil rights in America. Closes September 29. MORE »


Begins November 16

Music at Evergreen

Join us for the 61st season of Music at Evergreen! This year's exciting roster features a tribute to German-born composer Kurt Weill, the sensationally talented Korean pianist Ji-Yong, and the classical crossover string quintet SYBARITE5. Subscriptions and individual tickets now on sale. MORE»