Make Studio is pleased to present the 4th installment of Cordially Invited, our invitational exhibition and set of complementary programming featuring artworks created in innovative U.S. and international studios that serve artists with disabilities. Cordially Invited celebrates the exciting and thought-provoking art produced in progressive art studios as a way to better understand and appreciate our neuro-diverse world.
Joshua Johnson is recognized as one of the first professional African American portraitists in the United States. An interesting aspect of his work in the early Republic was the patronage he received from the newly emerging merchant class in Baltimore during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. In this behind-the-scenes conversation with Mark Letzer, President & CEO of the Maryland Center for History and Culture, learn more about the people Johnson painted in his Fells Point community, and explore the nationally significant collection of Joshua Johnson portraits at MCHC.
Join us Friday, October 15th at 7:30pm as we celebrate the thirty-six 2021 Baker Artist Awardees on the annual Artworks special on Maryland Public Television. The special will air at 7:30 on MPT-HD, and will also be repeated throughout the weekend. The special will also air on Saturday Oct 16th at 8:00pm on MPT-2, and again on October 17 at 6:30am on MPT-HD.
Celebrate Baker Artist Award winners, hosted by Contemporary Arts, Inc.
Featuring Award Winning Baker Performing artists:
Carl Grubbs - Jazz, Alto Sax
Ellen Cherry - Multi-Disciplinary
Todd Marcus - Jazz, Bass Clarinet
Joyce J. Scott - Vocals
Peter Minkler - Viola
Nicole Martinelli - Dance
Bashi Rase - Multi-Disciplinary
Katherine Fahey - Multi-Disciplinary
Von Varga - Music Creator
Scott Patterson - Music
Vincent Thomas - Dance
Event will be live streamed.
ONLINE PROGRAM THROUGH ZOOM
Contemporary South Asian Art: Women Making History
Rebecca Brown, professor and director of graduate studies, history of art and chair of advanced academic programs in museum studies and cultural heritage management, Johns Hopkins University
Join us for a Baker Info Session, featuring a presentation from GBCA Staff with detailed program overviews and instructions on using the site. This year, Info Sessions will take place virtually through the Zoom Platform. An RSVP is required in order to receive the Zoom Link. Check back soon for a presentation you can watch at your leisure.
This virtual discussion will explore the historical and contemporary perspectives on witchcraft, archetypes of femininity, and their relationship to contemporary culture. Joining the discussion are Awo Faleyewa, Chief Olumo Ifa Priestess and Elder mother of Ile Ofo Ase Iyaami Oshorunga; Robin Morgan, poet, author, and social justice activist; and Hannah Segrave, historian and lecturer of Italian Studies at The Ohio State University. The talk will be moderated by Dr.
Were it not for the Port, there may have never been a Baltimore, or a Baltimore that any of today’s citizens would recognize. As Baltimoreans, we have heard for years that the Port is the essence of the city. The Port is, was and has always been a source of prosperity for “The Queen City of the Patapsco”.
Join us on October 26th at 7:00PM for an in-depth look at the history of Baltimore’s port with Senior Museum Educator Jack Burkert.
Join in 18th-century fun as we bring you the best of our annual Colonial Market, and also celebrate the opening of The Unfinished Revolution: Maryland in the Wars for Independence. Trivia topics include themes from this new exhibition that explore the tension, conflict, and turmoil of America’s emergence onto the world stage between 1775 and 1815 and how Marylanders were at its forefront.
Go behind the scenes to learn how the rare surviving uniform of Revolutionary War hero, Lt. Colonel Tench Tilghman (1744-1786), was reproduced for the Maryland Center for History and Culture's latest exhibition, The Unfinished Revolution: Maryland in the Wars for Independence. Allison Tolman, Vice President of Collections & Interpretation at MCHC, will dive into discussion with Neal Hurst, historic tailor and Associate Curator of Costume & Textiles at Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
In this Daphne du Maurier tale of psychological horror reimagined for the Zoom era, a technical glitch may give a troubled woman the ability to see people as they really are.
November 5, 6, and 7 at 8:00 and 9:00. All shows on Zoom.
J. Purnell Hargrove
Adapted by Ann Tabor and Connor Kizer
Directed by Connor Kizer
Technical Direction by Rami Abraham
Sound Design by Scott Burke
How have your memories of winter changed throughout your lifetime? Join a discussion about changing weather patterns over time and the impact of the earlier onset of spring on plant species in Maryland with Lynn Cazabon, the featured artist of the Maryland Center for History and Culture's exhibition Losing Winter, as well as Dan Barrie, Modeling, Analysis, Predictions & Projections Program Director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Erin Posthumus, Outreach Coordinator at the USA National Phenology Network.
"We are launching a new series called Five Minute Histories. Each day, we’ll record a short video about a different historic place in Baltimore. My on-site production crew consists of my 14 year old daughter and 15 year old son, and we are honoring Governor Hogan’s request and are doing this from home.
A live online venue for artists to perform & support living expenses, and for the community to connect through live music despite COVID cancellations.
Tune in to concerts by professional musicians and music students on Facebook or Instagram and support artists through suggested online “admission fees” directly contributed to artists.