Wednesday, November 12, 2014

DECEMBER @ THE JHU MUSEUMS

November 16
Silhouettes for the Holidays
Master scissor artist Lauren Muney creates paper profile keepsakes in just minutes for you to treasure forever. Around since the late 18th century, this old-school art has been trending for the past few years and makes the perfect holiday gift. Sittings are limited and appointments are required. MORE »

 


Now on View
From Here to Eternity: The Symbolism of Evergreen's “Eight Immortals” Scrolls

Evergreen's avant-garde dining room features an imposing series of 18th-century Chinese scrolls. Pushing beyond their decorative aspects, this focus exhibition of the scrolls explores the mythological figures that inhabit them. MORE »

 


Now on View
Finery & Finish: Embellishments on Baltimore Federal Furniture

Bringing together an exceptional group of tables, sideboards, desks, chairs, and other furniture pieces, Homewood's newest exhibition highlights the original designs and decorative forms of early Baltimore cabinet shops. MORE»

 


December 8
Homewood by Candlelight
Step into the holiday season of 1801 and see Homewood by the flickering glow of candlelight. Celebrate the new exhibition Making a Museum: The Peale Family in Early Baltimore and delight in the sounds of live music amidst displays of seasonal greens by the Homeland Garden Club. MORE »

 


December 11
An Ever Green Evening

Experience themed trees and the dazzling elegance of Evergreen's Yuletide decorations at this annual holiday party, featuring the openings of a career retrospective of the work of silversmith Michael Izrael Galmer and the student photography exhibition Lens to Page, plus a silent auction and much more. MORE »

 


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HOMEWOOD MUSEUM
3400 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21218
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EVERGREEN MUSEUM & LIBRARY
4545 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21210