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.
Autism Speaks Walk is the world’s largest autism fundraising event dedicated to improving the lives of people with autism. Powered by the love of parents, grandparents, siblings, friends, relatives, and supporters, the funds raised help ensure people of all abilities have access to the tools needed to lead their best lives. The commitment of individuals like you plays a critical role in raising the funding needed to fuel innovative research and lifelong supports and services. Working together, there is no limit to what we can achieve.
Sounds of the Americas
Ancient peoples of all times and latitudes have used an elaborate weave of myth, art and music to communicate their world visions. In the Americas we can connect with this heritage through a rich tradition of musical instruments whose forms, scales and sounds give us a glimpse into the extraordinary cultures that created them.
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.
As part of Domestic Violence Awareness month, the community will gather in Patterson Park to walk in solidarity to end domestic violence during the inaugural Reach for the Stars Walkathon on October 29 from 5 to 8 p.m. Domestic violence cases have increased during the pandemic as more people have stayed home and experienced financial hardships, which makes it even more difficult to get help or leave an abusive relationship.
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.
Let's celebrate Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) by touring the exhibit at the Walters Art Museum entitled "Translations and Transitions / Traducciones y Transiciones: A Celebration of Mexican and Central American Independence (1821–2021)." Visitaremos la exhibición charlando en español. Free admission. You can also contribute to the Community Altar on view, designed by Baltimore artist Edgar Reyes.
About the Exhibit
ART SEMINAR GROUP ONLINE PROGRAM THROUGH ZOOM
Story of an Odd Couple – Van Gogh and Gauguin in Arles
Chris Boicos, professor of art history for the University of Southern California Paris program and founder (2007) and main lecturer for Paris Art Studies
We're excited to let you all know about our upcoming event: Meet Your Candidates for Maryland Governor!
We will be hosting a discussion with some of the candidates for the upcoming gubernatorial election. This event will focus on a wide range of social issues pertinent to Baltimore City and Maryland at large. The conversation will be held on Tuesday, November 16th, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at St. Ignatius Catholic Church, located at 740 N. Calvert Street, next to Center Stage in the Mount Vernon area.
More than 1,300 participants attended Peabody Institute's February symposium, The Next Normal: Arts Innovation and Resilience in a Post-COVID World, and one of the themes that developed was the urgent need to build performing arts institutions that are more flexible and adaptable structurally and programmatically, responsive to communities, and open to evolving ways of making art.
Visit the Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air, MD for a free story time on Wed, Nov.17 & Dec. 8 at 10:30 am! Harford County Library librarians will share stories, songs, and rhymes all about the Chesapeake Bay and the animals that live there.
Then visit our special exhibit of original illustrations by A.R. Cohen of Chadwick the Crab & All of His Friends! Visit https://bit.ly/ChadwickExhibit for more information on the exhibit.
Ashely Minner, a community-based visual artist from Baltimore, Maryland, and an enrolled member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, will present a talk and multi-media presentation on the Lumbee People of Baltimore, once a sizeable population, who lived in the neighborhoods of Upper Fells Point and Washington Hill. This event celebrates Native American Heritage Month.
Anchored by fantastical, handmade bedrooms created by three visionary artists as personal refuge, the American Visionary Art Museum explores the latest scientific research behind sleep as both force majeur to our total wellbeing and hypnagogic portal, enabling fresh revelations in science, art, and creative innovation of all sort.
"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.
Who are Marylanders, why are they so obsessed with their flag, and what does duckpin bowling have to do with the Baltimore Orioles? This exhibition explores how Maryland and its people have changed since its founding in 1634. Learn how the dynamic geography of the state drove its industry, population, and the identity of Marylanders, and how the arts and culture of Maryland reflect on its past. For traveling visitors and lifelong Marylanders, Discover Maryland shows there is much to uncover about Maryland. Open through March 2022.
The Unfinished Revolution explores the turmoil of the United States’ emergence on the world stage between 1775 and 1815. The exhibition highlights two points that became certain—the country’s revolution remained unfinished, and Marylanders of many races and creeds were at the forefront of each conflict.
Admission is free for MCHC members.