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EXPLORE THE ART WITH YOUR SMARTPHONE!
Access exclusive video and audio interviews with artists, curators, and Baltimore personalities, gallery maps, original compositions by Baltimore-based musicians, and more with BMA Go Mobile (artbma.org/gomobile). The personalized and portable mobile art guide features rich information and fresh perspectives on more than 100 objects in the BMA’s great contemporary collection. Complimentary iPod Touches are also available for museum visitors to check out during their visit.
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Discover two FREE innovative Acoustiguide audio tours of the BMA’s world-renowned collection! 60 Objects | Countless Stories is an insider’s perspective of 60 of the most beloved and intriguing works of art from the Museum’s expert curators, as well as art-inspired stories and poems by celebrated Baltimore writers Laura Lippman, Michael Kimball, and others. On Artful Stories, Matisse’s perky schnauzer Raoudi (pronounced “rowdy”) is the voice on the Museum’s imaginative family tour of 20 objects in the collection.
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Senior Curator David Park Curry, HuffingtonPost.com
David Curry, Senior Curator of Decorative Arts, American Painting & Sculpture explores the cultural crossroads where art, decoration, and commerce intersect. Read archives of his witty and insightful posts at The Huffington Post.