The American Visionary Art Museum, Baltimore’s home to works by self-taught artists, will celebrate its 25th anniversary this weekend.
Maryland records third-highest daily new COVID-19 cases, while deaths and hospitalizations continue to climb
Maryland’s coronavirus caseload rose by 2,697 cases on Wednesday, the third highest daily increase in reported cases since the pandemic began, state data show.
The Baltimore Museum of Art and the Walters Art Museum on Wednesday will temporarily close most of their galleries to the public due to rising numbers of coronavirus cases in Maryland and across the United States.
The BMA plans to reopen on Jan. 6 “in accordance with health and safety requirements,” while the Walters said it will reopen “mid-January after the holiday season,” museum officials said in statements.
Maryland reported 32 additional deaths on Tuesday, the largest single-day increase of deaths since the state reported 34 deaths on June 16, state data show.
Maryland’s average rate of coronavirus tests coming back positive over the last seven days is 6.88%, and that average has remained above 5% for 15 straight days, state data show.
An die Musik will broadcast live music performances during Thanksgiving week, portion of ticket sales to benefit charities
As families prepare to hold Thanksgiving dinners over Zoom or adopt other methods to reduce large, indoor gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic, An die Musik Live! is also shifting one of its traditions to the virtual space.
The downtown Baltimore jazz club will present its Thanksgiving Homecoming Concerts online this year, featuring a weeklong lineup of live-streamed performances with $5 from every ticket sold going to a charity of the musician’s choice.