Preview Party: Friday, November 17 at 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Christmas Village in Baltimore will transform West Shore Park at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor into an authentic German Christmas Market. From November 18 to December 24, 2023 over 55 local and international vendors will offer their unique Christmas giftware. They will be located both inside the huge heated festival tent and outdoors in traditional wooden booths – with a great view over the wintry Inner Harbor. Don't miss the famous vendor Käthe Wohlfahrt with genuine German ornaments and Christmas gifts.
Learn to use a sewing machine at the Govans Branch! You can bring your own or learn on one of the sewing machines available. After the machine orientation, you will be eligible to reserve a time on the sewing machines to work on your own project. By appointment only , please call 410-396-6098 to make an appointment.
Tiona Nekkia McClodden’s genre-defying work, Play Me Home (2021), is a four-channel video with sound and sculptural objects (two horns, a leather-bound script, and seeds) blending narrative fiction and nonfiction. This installation reflects the Philadelphia-based artist’s three-year journey of delving into her family history and funerary traditions in the South.
Following an open call to artists based in Maryland and neighboring states, Nekisha Durrett of Washington, D.C. and Jackie Milad of Baltimore were selected by a jury to create new works in dialogue with Fred Wilson’s Artemis/Bast (1992). The sculpture joins the body of Artemis, Greek goddess of the hunt, and the head of Bast (also known as Bastet), the more ancient Egyptian cat goddess. The black feline head sits atop the white plaster body, asserting Africa as a vital source of knowledge across the ancient world.
Members of the Maryland Department of Labor can help you refresh your resume, make a career change, or apply for a job online on Mondays and Thursdays.
Unwind and savor the taste of perfection at our weekly wine tasting event in partnership with our trusted and long time partner Boordy Vineyards! Join us every Thirsty Thursday (November 30th, December 7th, 14th and 21st) from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm for an evening of exquisite wines and delightful company. Whether you're a seasoned wine enthusiast or simply seeking a charming evening out, our weekly wine tasting event promises an unforgettable journey through the world of wine with Boordy Vineyards.
Warm up at MCHC during the historic Washington Monument lighting! Organized by the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy, this annual tradition has taken place in Baltimore since 1971.
Visit MCHC during the lighting to enjoy holiday postcard decorating, hot chocolate, and warm cider to commemorate the unofficial opening of the holiday season in Baltimore. Free Museum admission between 5 and 8 pm
You are invited to attend the LASPED Heidi Neff closing reception on Devember 7, 2023. The event will take place between 5:00-6:30pm.
This exhibition installaiton features several of Neff's experimental animations and installations that were created during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Daneil Adegbesan | Raina Allmond | Gen Fraser | Mackenzie Foy | Ben Kantt Brian Menifee | Eduard Osterom | Shaquan Pearson | Iya Jackson
Learn the fundamentals of improv comedy with a skilled and supportive instructor from Highwire Improv. We’ll play some very silly games, learn how to create characters, explore techniques to collaborate and create as a team, and even perform full improvised scenes together!Of course, you won’t be facing this new experience alone – you’ll be learning these new skills with a team of new improvisers, and by the end you’ll be ready to put on a showcase for your friends, family, and fans!
The Lights Went Out Because of a Problem is a three-act opera, which comprises found text and original writing. The opera is about learning to sing. It is also about goofing off, meditating, hanging out, healing from trauma, and the pandemic. Featuring music composed by Allison Clendaniel with the libretto found, arranged, and written by Lola B. Pierson, The Lights Went Out Because of a Problem is The Acme Corporation's first show in 3 years.
Runtime approximately 60 minutes. Content warning: this show contains discussion of (but not depiction of sexual assault).
The John Fonda Gallery at Theatre Project now showing ‘False Idols’ an installation by Isabel Pardo from December 8th, 2023 to February 4th, 2024.
Lost Boys: Amos Badertscher’s Baltimore is the first career retrospective of artist Amos Badertscher in the United States. Between the 1960s and 2005, Badertscher documented hustlers, club kids, go-go dancers, drag queens, drug addicts, friends, and lovers who were part of LGBTQ+ life in Baltimore. A self-taught photographer, Badertscher (American, born 1936) worked on the fringes of the polite society into which he was born as an upper-middle class white Baltimorean.
Step into a winter wonderland at our enchanting Christmas event, where the magic of the season comes alive in the heart of our cozy barnyard.
From November 24th to December 23rd, every Friday through Sunday, immerse yourself in the Barnyard of Lights. A trail of twinkling lights leads you through our barnyard, where friendly animals of all kinds await your visit.
GRL PWR presents Lavender Hour, a new winter happy hour event celebrating the fortitude and resilience of the LGBTQIA+ community. Repurposing the "Lavender Scare," a time when being gay was viewed as a workplace hazard, this event honors the steadfastness of working-class queers.
Join us for this magical adventure as we put a fresh spin on The Nutcracker: A Magical Tale in Mount Vernon, choreographed by artist Amy Hall Garner. We are thrilled to be home once again for the holidays and eagerly anticipating the opportunity to see our high school and TWIGS dancers perform in this beloved holiday classic.
A one-man play…with a cast of seven! Award-winning journalist Dan Rodricks brings to stage some of the many fascinating people he’s encountered while writing more than 6,000 columns over 44 years for The Baltimore Sun.
Performances will be held in the BMA’s Meyerhoff Auditorium.
Discover the Magic of the Mean One this holiday season. Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a celebration of the holiday spirit no home should be without! Why is the Grinch such a grouch? No one seems to know, until little Cindy Lou Who takes matters into her own hands and turns both Whoville and the Grinch’s world upside down, inside out and funny side up in her search for the true meaning of Christmas. © 2023 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.