Use your smartphone to hear audio commentary on nine works of art and architecture from BMA curators, whose insights reveal the often-hidden histories of racial inequalities.
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While the American flag was a symbol of oppression for Native Americans, Lakota women in the early Reservation Period subversively incorporated elements of it into items such as children’s clothing. Nine beaded artworks on view in Stripes and Stars explore why.
On view in the BMA’s Spring House, National Anthem by Kota Ezawa reanimates through watercolors NFL footage of Colin Kapernick’s silent protests and the displays of solidarity it inspired among players.
Explore virtual exhibitions by Baltimore-based galleries and collective. If you’re able, support them! All transactions will be conducted by the individual galleries, who will keep all proceeds from sales.
Stay creative and engaged while at home with Free Family Sundays online art-making activities.
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