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Things to Do in Baltimore

Looking for the best things to do in Baltimore? We've got you covered.
Calendar

Things to Do in Baltimore

Looking for the best things to do in Baltimore? We've got you covered.

Events

Thursday, March 16

Call For Artists: Asian North 2023

bit.ly/AsiaNorth2023-CallForEntries Asia North community exhibition and festival celebrates Baltimore’s Charles North (a.k.a. Station North) neighborhood’s...

Best Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India

Best Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India as confident teachers with a strong and solid teaching skill...

Yoga Retreat in Rishikesh, India

Yoga Retreat in Rishikesh, India Yoga Retreat in Rishikesh, India Yoga Retreat in Rishikesh, India Best 7 Days Yoga And Meditating Retreat in Rishikesh...

31 Day Spring Reading Challenge

Our Spring Reading Challenge is open to adults and children of all ages. Track your time reading & book titles and receive a free book at the beginning and...

Digital Transformation Summit

The Digital Transformation Summit brings Maryland-based technology organizations and professionals together to educate one another regarding the newest and...

Rebalance, Rediscover, and Reinvent

Join Leadership Baltimore County for an event on how leaders support women as we Rebalance, Rediscover, and Reinvent who we are and how we navigate a new...

A Talk about The Most Trusted Kratom Resource

kratom.org (kratom.org) is a non-profit organization that promotes safe and legal kratom use. It is also dedicated to educating the public about kratom. They...

Catherine Opie. John. 2013

John Waters’ bequest of 372 works by 125 artists brings a particular cutting-edge articulation of American individualism to the BMA’s collection,...

Darrel Ellis. Self portrait based on Peter Hujar photograph. c. 1990.

Co-organized with The Bronx Museum of the Arts, this is the first comprehensive museum exhibition of the profoundly moving and complex work of Darrel Ellis...

Elle Pérez. Tomashi and Ally I. 2019, printed 2021.  Courtesy of the artist and 47 Canal, Forum.084.01

Organized by Carnegie Museum of Art, this exhibition debuts a recent body of work by New York-based artist Elle Pérez. Including 13 photographs created...

Omar Ba; Politcal Animals installation at the Baltimore Musemun of Art. Photo by Mitro Hood.

This is the first U.S museum exhibition of Omar Ba (born Dakar, Senegal, 1977), one of today’s leading contemporary African artists. The Geneva- and...

Photo by ARTECHOUSE

PIXELBLOOM: Timeless Butterflies invites you to step into a virtual world of cherry blossoms, discovering the ephemeral beauty of butterflies and thrilling...

Rambling Readers

Join a novel walking book club that covers more than novels! Come as we share whatever book we are reading or listening to lately to share passions,...

Stanley Whitney: Dance With Me Henri installation at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Photo  by Mitro Hood.

Approximately 15 works on paper celebrate Stanley Whitney’s (b. Philadelphia, PA, 1946) lifelong engagement with Henri Matisse’s color, drawing, and...

Sharon Attaway

Visions and Voices An Exhibition by Sharon Attaway February 21 - April 11 Gallery 194 Opening Reception: March 16 | 6:00 - 8:00pm Chesapeake Arts Center...

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EcoHope must exist alongside EcoDespair, but the arts can offer a path for renewal through visual and responsive engagement. The artist -activists in this...

Tristan Cai: The Aesthetics of Disappearance

Exhibition Tristan Cai: The Aesthetics of Disappearance February 8 – May 20 (closed March 19-26) Monday – Saturday 11 am – 4 pm Asian Arts Gallery,...

All the World is a Stage: A Retrospective of Portraits by Sam

All the World is a Stage: A Retrospective of Portraits by award-winning Maryland artist Sam Robinson, is on display in the South Hall of the Broadmead...

Notre Dame Prep's Middle Level

Each year Notre Dame Preparatory School opens its doors to prospective Middle Level students and their families to learn how NDP’s Catholic, independent,...

Tech Help

In need of help with your technology? Do you need help completing the online YouthWorks application for a summer job? If so, come in to the library for free...

Buddhist Art from Gandhara: An Introduction to Art, Architecture, and New Discoveries

Location: Walters’ Facebook and YouTube Learn about the unique multicultural nature of Buddhist art in Gandhara during the Kushan period (1st-3rd centuries)...

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Opening Reception: Josef Kardell at Charmed Kitchen

Join us for the opening reception for Josef Kardell's exceptional exhibit of kaleidoscopic abstract paintings: stylized organic and nautical themes with a...

Opening Reception: Visions and Voices
An Exhibition by Sharon Attaway

Visions and Voices An Exhibition by Sharon Attaway February 21 - April 11 Gallery 194 Opening Reception: March 16 | 6:00 - 8:00pm Chesapeake Arts Center...

Your Body, Your Voice

In honor of Endometriosis Awareness Month and Women's History Month, join the Baltimore Flow and No Pix After Dark for a panel discussion on self-advocacy in...

Julie Otsuka

Best-selling novelist, Julie Otsuka will deliver the keynote address, "An American Story: War, Memory and Erasure.” Free and open to the general public as...

Baltimore History Evenings  (Zoom)

Baltimore History Evenings, presented in partnership with the Baltimore City Historical Society, is a monthly series of presentations and discussions on...

Open Mic Thursdays @ Montego Bar and Grille

CALLING ALL SINGERS, RAPPERS, POETS,COMEDIANS, DANCERS AND PRODUCERS! Join us for "Open Mic Thursdays" at Montego Bar and Grille starting on August 25th at...

Writers LIVE! Chrissy King

Strength and fitness coach Chrissy King will challenge the diet and fitness industries that the author argues uphold Eurocentric beauty standards. The...

Tom Robinson on the stand

All rise for Academy Award® winner Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize winning masterwork. The New York Times Critic’s Pick TO KILL A...

Thursday, March 16