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The BMA reopens tomorrow at 10:00am

In an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19, the BMA is currently closed. Read the full message here.×

Celebrate Creative Women in Your Life

Now more than ever, we don't want to lose sight of creativity’s importance in our lives. Honor a woman in your life by adding her story to our living mosaic.

Tavares Strachan. In broad daylight. 2018. Courtesy of the Artist. © Tavares Strachan

WE MUST ASK MORE OF OURSELVES

We mourn the murder of George Floyd and all who have suffered because of systemic racism. In this moment, the BMA wants to reaffirm its commitment to equity, inclusion and justice. Read more

Image: Tavares Strachan. In broad daylight. 2018. Courtesy of the Artist. © Tavares Strachan
BMA members outside the museum at night.

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AT HOME ART ACTIVITIES

Art-To-Go provides an artwork in full color and detail, accompanied by brief, lively commentary and an activity to help teach a single important idea. Browse nearly 100 artworks featured. (Pictured: Gitenga Mask, Art-To-Go January 2018)

2020 Vision

The BMA's initiative dedicated to the achievements of female-identifying artists encompasses more than 20 group and solo exhibitions, supporting programs, and acquisitions.

PRESS PLAY

From the comfort of your couch, spend hours with artists, curators, and artworks featured on our YouTube channel.

Free Family Sundays

NOW ONLINE

We're taking our Free Family Sundays art-making workshops online to make sure everyone at home stays creative and engaged. Get started with the Striding Lion coloring sheet.

BMA STORIES

BMA Stories is a place for sharing stories about art with context, emotion, and impact. We want you to hear stories from curators and staff about their experiences. And we want to hear stories from you.

MISSING HISTORIES

A group of female artists from Baltimore created significant paintings and sculptures, yet little documentation of their careers exists. The BMA is asking for your help to fill in the missing gaps.