Tuesday, December 10, 2013

CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS @ EVERGREEN MUSEUM

A Tale of Two Houses: Homewood, Clifton & Historic Preservation
December 10 – May 25

This exhibition weaves side-by-side histories of Baltimore's Homewood and Clifton houses—related through famed philanthropist Johns Hopkins—over the span of three centuries and explores their different circumstances today. MORE »

 

An Ever Green Evening
December 12

Experience themed trees and the dazzling elegance of Evergreen's Yuletide decorations at this annual holiday party, featuring the opening of a solo "toy" exhibition by Phil Sultz, after-hours viewing of Lasting Legacies: Recent and Promised Gifts to the Permanent Collection, a silent auction, and much more. MORE »

 

JUST Jacks!
December 12 – February 23

Artist Phil Sultz has been making his version of a jack-in-the-box for more than forty years out of ordinary household materials. Far from actual toys, each of his unique creations in this Bakst Theatre installation has a life of its own, a personality emphasized by expression and seeming sincerity of understanding. MORE »

 

Holiday Family Day
December 14

Bring the entire family to Evergreen for Victorian-inspired card making, cookie decorating, and a staged reading of selections from E.A. Hoffman's classic winter fairy tale The Nutcracker and the Mouse King by costumed members of the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory. Open to all ages. MORE »

WHERE: EVERGREEN MUSEUM & LIBRARY
4545 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21210
410.516.0341·
evergreenmuseum@jhu.edu