Friday, June 9, 2017


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Artist seated working on macrame wall hangingWorkshop: Not Your Mother's Macramé

WHEN: June 15, 6 p.m.
10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore

Join Maeve Pacheco, artist and founder of the Brooklyn-based studio Macro Macramé, for this workshop in the BMA studio. Make, sip, and chat with fellow creatives and enjoy special after-hours access to the exhibition Timeless Weft. All supplies/tools and refreshments are provided for this very hands-on experience—just bring your curious spirit. Members save $15 on tickets.

Noelle Imparato PortraitOpen Hours: Reconnecting with the Sacred Feminine

WHEN: Saturday, June 17, 1 p.m.

Join artist Noelle Imparato for an art therapy session and presentation on her upcoming book My Life in 40 Portraits: Reconnecting with the Sacred Feminine. Noelle will share 40 of her paintings and stories that ask, “How can art help us reconnect with the sacred feminine?”

For more information or to propose a program, please contact Emily Chambers at 443-573-1817 or
Open Hours is generously sponsored by PNC Bank.

Off the Shelf: Modern & Contemporary Artists' Books

Final Weeks 

Closing June 25

Don't miss more than 130 rarely shown artists’ books and related prints by more than 50 renowned artists, including Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Grace Hartigan, David Hockney, and Ed Ruscha. Stephen King, Frank O’Hara, and Robert Creeley are among the more than 30 authors represented.

Black Box: Kara Walker & Hank Willis ThomasBlack Box: Kara Walker & Hank Willis Thomas

WHEN: Opening June 28

One of the most significant works in the BMA’s contemporary collection, Salvation by Kara Walker, and a recent promised gift, And I Can’t Run by Hank Willis Thomas, start a critical conversation in the Black Box Gallery about slavery’s legacy.

Tomorrow is Another Day catalogueTomorrow is Another Day

Now Available at the BMA Shop

The official catalogue for the U.S. Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale is now available at the BMA Shop. Tomorrow is Another Day features more than 150 illustrations and new essays by Zadie Smith, Anita Hill, Christopher Bedford, and others on the importance of Mark Bradford's work in the current social climate.
$54 Members/$60 non-Members