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Art After Hours at the BMA Puts YOU into the Center of the Art! Come be a Part of the TASK Party Created by Artist Oliver Herring


New year, new feel—Art After Hours now puts you into the center of the art! Come have a cocktail, lower those inhibitions and be part of art in the form of a TASK Party.

BMA, Creative Alliance Hosting Inauguration Events Designed to Inform and De-stress

Courtesy BMA and Creative Alliance/Facebook

In case you haven’t heard, Donald Trump becomes the leader of the free world this Friday. For those who don’t plan to travel to D.C. to celebrate or protest that this is happening, two Baltimore art institutions have designed creative events to keep you busy that day.

Art After Hours with Stoop Storytelling!



When the gallery lights go down, the party lights come up for Art After Hours at The Baltimore Museum of Art.

BMA Hosting Election Night Party Centered Around Guerrilla Girls Show


Guerrilla Girls Election Night

For those seeking a chance to let loose and escape their sense of dread or other overwhelming politically charged feelings this Tuesday, the BMA is hosting an Election Night party inspired by their feminist art exhibition about the Guerrilla Girls.

The Baltimore Museum of Art Will Represent USA at the Art World’s Olympics

Photo via Baker Artist Awards
Photo via Baker Artist Awards

The Baltimore Museum of Art is one of the institutions carrying the torch for the U.S. at a major art world event in Venice next year.

BMA Looks to Get Creative-Minded Folks Together With Sake, Pocky


Photo via Baker Artist Awards

catch of the day fish (2)The Baltimore Museum of Art has art to explore that even folks who love the arts probably don’t even know about, and it’s also a great spot to get together. A new event series is looking to combine those two assets.

Hidden Guilford Cottages



If you don’t know where to look, you may never find the Norwood Cottages in Guilford. They are off the broad avenues, tucked away on a tree-lined, no-through street that feels more like a quaint English village than a location that is minutes from the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus, Loyola College, the College of Notre Dame, and the Baltimore Museum of Art.

Christopher Bedford is BMA’s New Director

Mark Bedford (courtesy BMA)
Christopher Bedford (courtesy BMA)

To succeed Doreen Bolger, the Baltimore Museum of Art is looking to a director who will focus on the institution’s civic role.