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Category: In the Community

  • Lightning Strikes Twice

    Guarding the Art: A Frontline Perspective Opens in Phoenix When the Baltimore Museum of Art announced it was inviting its security guards to curate an exhibition, the enthusiasm for this initiative promptly crashed the Museum’s website. The guards were thrilled to have this unexpected professional development opportunity and more recognition for their appreciation and knowledge […]

    Anne Brown | 01.24.2024
  • A Night Supporting the BMA and The Last Resort Artist Retreat

    On Sunday, June 25, the BMA’s newly-appointed Dorothy Wagner Wallis Director Asma Naeem and BMA Board Chair James D. Thornton will host A Midsummer Night’s Gala, an art benefit supporting the BMA and a group of extraordinary artists connected to the Baltimore region. This special event will give guests an opportunity to meet artists including Derrick Adams, Kyle Yearwood, Murjoni Merriweather, […]

    Staff | 06.23.2023
  • Win a Gee’s Bend-Inspired Community Quilt

    The foundation of quilt-making is love—it is this love that allows quilts to reflect a range of humanity. Historian and artist Suzanne Coley’s words were met with nods of agreement and smiles from more than 200 faces in gallery view during a virtual quilting bee held this past March. One year into the pandemic, the […]

    Anne Brown | 08.19.2021
  • What We’re Missing Most: BMA Lexington Market

    “Already, I miss it so much,” SHAN Wallace says of Lexington Market, a city block of carry-outs, kiosks, and poultry and produce stands that closed on March 19 in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus. As the city rolls out new plans to develop both the Market and the surrounding area —demolition began […]

    Jessica Novak | 05.12.2020
  • GWCC: The Business of Screen Printing

    “Every time you take too much tape, it’s a dollar off your check,” Kisha Webster says with a laugh. Webster, the Executive Director of the Greenmount West Community Center (GWCC), is watching several youth practice taping screens during a screen-printing class Baltimore-based Jet Tees is running at the center. “You need to respect the resources,” […]

    Melanie Martin | 05.23.2019

Designing Making Her Mark

Making Her Mark: A History Of Women Artists In Europe, 1400–1800

A Puzzling Plate from 18th Century China