Art After Hours: American Underground
Kick off the winter with another Art After Hours at the Baltimore Museum of Art! Your favorite late-night art party is back celebrating the American Underground with a contemporary Juke Joint vibe. Inspired by the American Modernism installation and early-20th-century nightlife, experience an evening of themed cocktails and appetizers, pop-up activities, art-making, and free admission to A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration.
This event is for adults ages 21 and older.
$20 Members; $25 Non-Members
The price of admission includes one free drink/food ticket.
H3irloom Food Group
Based in Baltimore, MD, H3irloom Food Group cultivates meaningful culinary experiences that celebrate the region’s authentic foodways, culture, and community, led by Chefs David & Tonya Thomas, Linda Taliaferro (CEO), and Floyd Taliaferro IV (CFO). In addition to operating The Sinclair private event space, the company’s portfolio includes ticketed dinner experiences, catering, pop-ups, sustainable farming initiatives, and the award-winning H3 product line. H3irloom is a 100% Black-owned company with a mission to uplift the Black food narrative and provide a deeply personal approach to the Black food experience that’s rooted in history and culture. Built on a foundation of friendship and a passion for true hospitality, the three in H3irloom represents the familial bond between the founding partners as a nod to their past, present, and future together.
Opening up for powerhouse talents like Lucky Daye, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Estelle, Bj The Chicago Kid, and Lupe Fiasco, has made her the new kid on the block to watch. Ty Alexander is an open format dj from Baltimore, MD who believes that music is the one language we all can speak simultaneously, eloquently, loudly, and passionately. Ty has developed deep relationships and spun for brands like Amazon Music, Patron, Maker’s Mark, Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY NOW, and more. When you get to experience her spin in-person, you immediately understand and feel the passion, the love, and the respect she has for music and the art of curating a vibe (some folks call it deejaying). She’s an old soul moving the music with her hands and always focusing on the feeling of the music while helping you create a perfectly aligned message at your event.
Edgar Reyes is a multimedia artist and educator based in the Baltimore and Washington D.C. area. Reyes’ work invites viewers to think about the people, places, and connections they carry with them. His practice draws on the specifics of his own life, and reflections of shared experiences of resettlement and migration. Through his art making he explores his family’s Mexican and Indigenous roots. Many of his projects are autobiographical and a reflection of his personal journey as an undocumented youth in the United States. Reyes develops projects in a collaborative platform as an act of healing and as a resource to creatively engage others in our connection to the land and our narratives of survival.