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Our top priority is the health and safety of our visitors and staff. While social distancing measures are necessary, we are not hosting in-person programs. We do, however, have lots to keep you inspired online and hope you follow us on Instagram and Facebook for announcements on virtual tours, Art Break Live, BMA Violet Hour, and more.

Ice Cream in the Garden

May 16 · 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Members only
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Free for all Members! Join us for a socially distanced and family friendly celebration in the Sculpture Garden featuring ice cream, a cash bar, an art-making activity, music, and more.

Ice cream provided by Taharka Brothers!

Free event for Members. Reservations are required. Make your reservation here. A confirmation email will be sent the week prior to the event.

Join us for a socially distanced and family friendly celebration in the Sculpture Garden featuring ice cream, a cash bar, an art-making activity, music, and more.

Ice cream provided by Taharka Brothers!

Free event for Members. Reservations are required. Make your reservation here. A confirmation email will be sent the week prior to the event.

Image: Michael Heizer. "Eight-Part Circle." 1976/1987. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchased as the gift of Ryda and Robert H. Levi, Baltimore, BMA 1987.79a-h. © Michael Heizer. Photography by Maximilian Franz

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