After a brief hiatus, the BMA Outpost is back, with a whole new look and program for engaging Baltimore's neighborhoods. Launching September 2017, two newly designed Outposts will engage in three-month-long residencies in communities across Baltimore.
Since 2014, the BMA Outpost has been popping up around Baltimore, oftern where it is least expected. Over the past three years, it has visited libraries, non-profits, community gardens — even a stall in Lexington Market. Featuring art making, reproductions from the BMA's collection, and community asset mapping, the newly relaunched Outposts will continue to connect Baltimore communities to the BMA, and to each other.
The Outpost project is generously sponsored by the T. Rowe Price Foundation and The Stoneridge Fund of Amy and Marc Meadows.