Each year, Doors Open Baltimore allows people behind-the-scenes access to many of Baltimore’s most beautiful buildings, some of which are not always open to the public. The next one is happening Oct. 6-7, by the way.
As an appetizer to that, head to the Peale Center tonight for an exhibit of photographs showcasing the unique details of some of the best-designed structures in our cityscape.
Between 2015 and 2018, photographers Vivian Marie Doering, Brian P. Miller and Andrew Nagl ventured out during Doors Open Baltimore to capture “places of worship, museums, schools, breweries, theaters, galleries, historical sites, converted industrial structures, and more,” according to an event description.
The exhibit “Architecture/Baltimore,” presented in partnership with Full Circle Fine Art Services, will be on display until Oct. 15. During a reception tonight, architect Steve Ziger, of Ziger/Snead, will be on hand to discuss the images and design.
6 p.m., The Peale Center, 225 Holliday St., thepealecenter.org, free.
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