When the gallery lights go down, the party lights come up for Art After Hours at The Baltimore Museum of Art.
This Friday, November 18 from 7-11 p.m., we are celebrating those who influence art with the only after-hours access to the Matisse/Diebenkorn exhibition and a Stoop Stories performance plus art making, food & drink for sale, music and more. Proceeds benefit The Baltimore Museum of Art and its public programs.
Tickets: $20 Members; $25 non-Members.
This event is for people aged 21 and older.
Take a peek of the Rouge Fine Catering offerings for Art After Hours, inspired by the French and California coastlines loved by Matisse/Diebenkorn:
Parmesan Herb Tater Tots with Smoked Ketchup
California Mahi Mahi Tacos with Avocado, Cabbage & Jalapeno Ranch Turkey Hand “Pot” Pies in Puff Pastry
French Apple Tart with Pastry Cream
All guests receive the evening’s complimentary signature cocktail: The Ocean Park. Named for Diebenkorn’s most popular series of paintings, the Ocean Park is Van Gogh Blue Vodka, Blue Curacao & Fresh Lemonade. Beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages also for sale. All food items and cocktails $5, soft drinks $3.
Stoop Storytelling in the BMA Auditorium
Making Their Mark: Stories about People, Places & Things That Shape Us
Stoop show seatings are 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. (Stoop show included in Art After Hours ticket)
8 p.m. Stoop Storytellers
Ashley Minner, Community Artist
Wendel Patrick, Hip Hop Producer
Jim Meyer, Comedian
Jack Pinder, Museum educator & Musician
9 p.m. Stoop Storytellers
Brittany Roger, Founder-The Drawing Zoo
David Page, Real Estate Investor
Cara Ober, Founder-BmoreArt
Johnny Marra, Baltimore Rock Opera Society
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