Kimberly Patrick ’08, music, is a sound editor, sound designer, and foley artist for film and television and is currently working for Skywalker Sound in Los Angeles. Maia Schechter ’18, dance, is currently performing with Disney’s The Lion King: The North American Tour at venues across the U.S. and is represented by Clear Talent Group.
Join us on Sunday 1 October at 3:30 pm for Pro Musica Rara’s Conversations with the Lute. The concert will take place at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
This program of scintillating sonatas and irresistible concertos features Paul O’Dette, lute, with Cynthia Roberts, violin; Lydia Becker, violin; Phoebe Carrai, cello; and Patrick Merrill, harpsichord.
UMBC's Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA) presents animator and filmmaker Joanna Priestley in a retrospective screening of her award winning short works, with introductions and explanations of techniques by the artist.
The program features:
Doors Open Baltimore, hosted by Baltimore Architecture Foundation, is an annual city-wide festival honoring Baltimore's diverse cultural tapestry by highlighting its vibrant neighborhoods, captivating architecture, and distinctive spaces that contribute to the city's exceptional charm. Always occurring the first full weekend in October, dozens of usually off-limits buildings across Baltimore host open houses and/or guided tours for the public to explore. Join fellow Baltimoreans for Open House-style exploration October 7, 2023 and guided tours on October 8th.
Would a strategy to accomplish your remaining 2023 business goals be helpful? Join us Empower Program Manager Bakari Jones for Atomic Goal Setting!
Atomic (or micro) goals are small, achievable steps that can help us reach our larger goals. They are a great way to break down a big project into smaller, more manageable tasks. In this workshop, we will explore the concept of micro goals and how they can help us reach our objectives.
UMBC's Human Context of Science and Technology program lecture, part of the Fall 2023 Social Sciences Forum, presents Juno Salazar Parreñas, Associate Professor of Science and Technology Studies and Feminist, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Cornell University, who will speak on White Supremacy, Animal Advocacy, and the Longue Durée of Misanthropy.
Join us for an evening of diving into the Chesapeake Bay’s culture and landscape with Eastern Shore native, Kate Livie. Kate is a professional Chesapeake educator, writer, and historian, and serves as faculty at the Center for Environment and Society at Washington College. She regularly contributes to publications like the Chesapeake Bay Magazine, and and has hosted programs for MPT, NPR, and the History Channel.
2ND WEDNESDAYS IS A FREE MONTHLY CULTURAL SERIES OF TALKS, PRESENTATIONS, AND CONCERTS AT THE VILLAGE LEARNING PLACE.
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.
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.
Come out for a workshop on how to confidently charge your value as a creative entrepreneur with Jess of White Coffee Creative, one of the co-founders of BRUSH Mural Fest.
Walk away with helpful tips on how to price your services and value your time so you get paid what you deserve while running your business. You're going to want to bring something for note-taking and all your burning questions!
You get a free drink ticket to the Happy Hour at The Royal Blue following the workshop (while supplies last)!
UMBC Ancient Studies Week
Thinking Tools, Artificial Intelligence, and the Enslaved Readers of Ancient Rome
Joseph Howley, Associate Professor, Classics, Columbia University
Part of UMBC's 2023 Humanities Forum
We are excited to welcome the Baltimore Lieder Weekend back to An die Musik! All events are FREE thanks to The Hampsong Foundation and Free Fall Baltimore!
In-person and livestream tickets available!
- Friday, October 20, 7pm -
7:00 PM Concert 1 – All Schumann
Ryan de Ryke, baritone
Daniel Schlosberg, piano
- Saturday, October 21, 11am -
11:00 AM Lecture – “Grief and the Warping of Time: Brahms’ ‘In stiller Nacht”
Susan Youens, scholar
2:00 PM Masterclass –
featuring students from Peabody Conservatory
Freedom and a Friend: Cultural Histories of the Guide Dog in the 20th Century
Aparna Nair, Assistant Professor, Health and Society; and the Centre for Global Disability Studies, University of Toronto-Scarborough
Part of UMBC's 2023 Humanities Forum