The Black Choreographers Festival is a weekend celebrating the talented Black choreographers in Baltimore. Join us October 13-15 for dance performances, workshop dance classes, and a moving panel discussion.
The Black Choreographers Festival is sponsored by MSAC, Baltimore Black Dance Collective, and Symmetry Arts.
Visit MCHC for a sensory-friendly hour of The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited. From 10–11 am, the multi-media exhibition will be modified to provide a low-sensory experience with dimmed lighting and lower, consistent volumes of its installations. Visitors with specific sensory needs are welcomed to enjoy the magic of Jim Henson’s work and legacy without the noise or stimulation. There will be a limited number of sound-reducing headphones, light-reducing sunglasses, and fidget toys available. Museum admission required.
Dance & Bmore’s Elder Arts Program is a creative space to share music, movement, and memories. This lively virtual jam gives senior citizens room to dance, talk, sing, share stories, and laughs.
- Music, Movement, and Games
- "Did You Know" Health Tips segment featuring research and the latest health news for the aging
- Open mic segment for you to share songs, poetry, and memories.
RSVP: [email protected] to receive a new Zoom link monthly.
Meet Danny Joe and his puppet pals at MCHC for a playdate! During this interactive performance, we’ll saddle up with the quickest drawer in the west, a cowboy named Buck. A. Roo. Everyone feels overwhelmed sometimes, so together we’ll practice different ways to take control of complex feelings through art, song, and dance. Giddyup, partner! Participants will make and take a related STEAM/SEL art project to continue the play at home. Suitable for families and children 3–6 years.
Come out and see a large collection of Willys and Jeeps at the historic Union Mills Homestead. This is one of the largest vintage Jeep shows on the East Coast. See World War II and Korean War era military Jeeps and the civilian Jeeps and utility vehicles that are the grandfathers of today’s Jeeps & SUVs.
Tours of the historic house and mill will be available for a small fee from Noon to 3pm.
Check out http://www.jeepchasm.com/ for more information!
Shriver Hall Concert Series is pleased to announce that renowned pianist Angela Hewitt will be kicking off the season's concerts with a performance sponsored by Paul and Barbara Krieger. The performance talked place on Sunday, October 15, 2023, at 5:30 pm in the Shriver Hall. There will also be a Pre-Concert Talk at 4:30 pm in Shriver Hall.
Angela Hewitt returns to Shriver Hall with Bach's Golderg Variations, the composer's crowing achievement for the keyboard, a masterpiece of deep ambition and dazzling creativity.
In a presentation by UMBC's Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA), UMBC assistant professor of dance Ann Sofie Clemmensen will speak about her new series of short cinematic dance-for-camera works that communicate on a sensory, visual, and kinetic level new perspectives on the work being done by researchers at the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET) to protect and preserve healthy marine ecosystems.
Priestess and conjurewoman Toya Smith will trace the everyday cultural aspects of African Americans, exploring how those aspects are influenced by traditional African cultures brought over by ancestors. She will discuss how those aspects of culture are, in fact, ancestor veneration and a maintained belief in and participation in an African-based spirituality. Her talk will cover Black church music, tradition, and superstition.
The FY 2023 Miller History Fund grant cycle is now open! Learn more about this funding opportunity here.
What does “capacity-building” mean for my organization? How will applications be ranked and scored? David Belew, Vice President of External Affairs, will walk through the FY2023 grant guidelines, LOI, and application in this applicant workshop.
This virtual program is free and open to all audiences. Registration is required. After registering, an automated confirmation email will provide connection instructions.
SAVE THE DATE for a vibrant fundraising party combining the joys of art, music, food and the thrill of a silent auction! Proceeds benefit Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, who protect Maryland artists’ legal rights and stand up for artists who need legal representation AND the generous Jam for Bread artist donors.
Enjoy relaxing summer evenings with Downtown Partnership in Center Plaza! Hang out with us one Friday a month, June through September, for Food, Live Music and Beer+Wine by Guilford Hall Brewery.
Center Plaza | 100 N. Charles Street
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
June 9 (postponed to June 16), July 14, August 11, September 8 (postponed to October 20)
Join us for the 14th Annual Gutierrez Memorial Walk on Saturday, October 21st. This annual event hosted by the Gutierrez Memorial Fund (GMF) is held in memory of John Gutierrez and helps support the arts in Maryland. It’s a fun family and dog-friendly event! After the walk, enjoy food by Woodberry Kitchen, beverages by Union Craft Brewing, live music by the Todd Marcus Trio, & hear presentations from the Gutierrez Memorial Fund board and our current Legacy Grant winner. It's a wonderful fall event. You'll get some exercise, mingle with the community, and support a great cause!
Charm City Jazz presents an incredible evening of smooth grooves and R&B featuring national guitarist Kevin Jackson. This will be an amazing night as Kevin Jackson will be celebrating 30 years in the music business! The band will be awesome, and Kevin has invited a few surprise guest artists to perform.
Prepare for an evening of brilliant Baroque and early-Classical excitement as the Australian Haydn Ensemble comes to Candlelight as part of their highly-anticipated, United States debut tour. Lauded for their “ravishing sound” (Sidney Morning Herald) and “inspirational musicality” (Sounds Like Sydney), this dynamic ensemble has emerged as one of Australia’s foremost chamber orchestras and will bring a scintillating program of J. C. Bach, Haydn, and Mozart.
The Beijing Guitar Duo’s “interpretative skills and cross-cultural flair,” and their “passionate sensitivity that seems to animate the space between the notes” (Baltimore Magazine) has impressed the public since their New York debut at Carnegie Hall.