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The BMA opens today at 10:00 am.

We are open!

See what is on view during our phased reopening and reserve your timed-entry passes. These free passes are required to visit our galleries.


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.

Screening Room


Watch short films and videos created by Baltimore-based artists and discover the work of local visionaries. Watch videos

BMA members outside the museum at night.


When you become a BMA Member, you provide critical resources that allow our staff to continue creating free and enjoyable content. This is a critical time for the Museum, and our Members are more important than ever. Join today.


The BMA Shop now offers free curbside pickup. Visit and select curbside pickup when checking out. It’s that easy!

an image of the installation in the museum gallery

Stripes and Stars

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.

National Anthem

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.

Art Break Live

Take a break, bring your kids, and join Manager of Tour Experiences Suzy Wolffe for our new interactive tour series, Art Break Live. Watch with your family the third Thursday of the month at 2 p.m. on Facebook or catch up on past tours on YouTube.


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.

Live Conversation Series

This monthly online program brings together women artists and special guests to discuss their work with educators from the BMA and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.

Free Family Sundays


Stay creative and engaged while at home with Free Family Sundays online art-making activities.


BMA Stories is a place for engaging, in-depth stories about art and related issues. Contributors include visitors, curators, staff, artists, and community members.


Relax and connect with artists, makers, and the community through a series of online programs, including artist talks, meditations, and other interactive activities.