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Our Baltimore features the works of three generations of photographers from one family, The Phillips and focuses on the lives of African Americans in Baltimore from 1940s to the present. Despite economic challenges in early years, the nostalgic view shows a pride, sense of family and community missing today. (Funding for Our Baltimore provided by the Maryland Humanities Council)
(Photo above by I. Henry Philips, Sr.)
A Valentine's Weekend Special Event at Eubie Live!
The Eubie Blake Cabaret Company presents
THIS THING CALLED LOVE: An Evening of Song
WHEN: Saturday, February 13, 7pm
Please welcome the new Eubie Blake Center performing ensemble, The Cabaret Company, making its debut last month at Eubie Live! in "Ballin' the Jack" with a fantastic journey through song, dance and spoken word.
In February, let The Cabaret Company get you ready for the Big "V" (Valentine's Day) with a look at romance from all sides--the up, the down and from the sides. A special tribute to the late Natalie Cole on the bill. Cash bar and dinner menu available. Click to purchase tickets
PHOTOGRAPHERS' ROUNDTABLE A Panel Discussion
WHEN: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 3 - 5 p.m. ADMISSION: Free
Photojournalists in the Afro American community, can often be called "urban storytellers." Hear from a few of the best: Jay Baker, former staff photographer for Governor Martin O'Malley; Sharon Farmer, former staff photographer for President Bill Clinton (left); Irving Phillips, Jr., former staff photographer for The Baltimore Sun and Afro American Newspaper and Valerie Russell, former staff photographer for the Baltimore and DC Afro American. Moderated by "Your Girl Cheryl" from WEAA FM.
OFF SITE WITH EUBIE!
Have you seen the new murals in Sandtown Winchester? They are a part of the Eubie Blake Murals Project. A complete list of murals and their locations on the Eubie Blake Center website. In April, see the exhibit of the featured mural artists in our gallery.
BE FREE FRIDAYS
A spoken word open mic scheduled the last Friday of every Month with LOVE, The Poet and friends.
WHEN: Friday, January 29, 7pm ADMISSION: $10
ONGOING ACTIVITIES AT THE CENTER:
The Urban Choral Arts Ensemble invites youth and adult singers to join every Saturday, 10 a.m.
Every Tuesday is "Moving Day" at The Center with adult dance classes in African, Broadway Jazz and Modern, 6 - 9 p.m.
Youth dance classes offered throughout the week and on Saturdays
Private and group lessons in instrumental music. Currently, offering lessons in saxophone, piano, and guitar.
Hey Kids, Want to learn photography?
FREE! PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP I. Henry "Webster" Phillips, III, Instructor (ages 12 - 18 Years) WHEN: Saturdays, February 20 - March 19, 1 - 3pm REGISTER HERE