Hear from the artists and the Guardians about how the Guardians project started, discuss the creative aspects of working collectively on a community driven, public art project, and learn about the impacts of the project on the Guardians and their neighborhood initiatives. This event will be in-person and online. Please register to receive a Zoom link two days before the event.
The discussion will feature Kate Drabinski (UMBC), Joseph Plaster (Johns Hopkins University), Hunter O’Hanian (independent scholar and curator), and students of the 2023 Interdisciplinary CoLab, “LGBTQ+ Oral History Project.”
Howard Community College is celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month with the return of the Drag[on] Extravaganza, an educational, entertaining drag show featuring performances by regional celebrity drag artists with a panel discussion and Q&A with the cast!
The evening begins at 6 p.m. with an LGBTQ+ resource fair in the Grand Hall of the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center. The show will begin at 7 p.m. in the Smith Theatre. Be sure to stay after the show for a meet and greet with the performers.
At a time when book bans and censorship are on the rise throughout the country, the renowned political cartoonist Signe Wilkinson and historian Jonathan Zimmerman will speak on free speech and the arts.
They are the co-creators of the new book Free Speech & Why You Should Give a Damn.
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.