OCT 10 · 2:00pm–4:00pm
FAPA Members only
FAPA Member Sandy Leichtman has generously offered to host a meet-and-greet reception to welcome Shannen Hill, the BMA's new Associate Curator for African Art and Head of the AAAPI Department. Shannen will give remarks in her research and plans for the BMA.
Free for FAPA Members. All BMA Members are invited to join a Friends Group.
OCT 11 · 2:30pm–7:00pm
Baroque chamber music from Holland’s Golden Age with Paul Leenhouts, recorder; Cynthia Roberts, violin; Allen Whear, cello; Elliot Figg, harpsichord.
OCT 14 · 7:00pm–9:00pm
Contemporary Arts Inc. presents "AN EVENING OF ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE" featuring the performing artist recipients of the Baker Artist Awards. Participating artists will perform solo and/or collaboratively.
OCT 16 · 8:00pm–10:00pm
The Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) and The Collective pair up to present an evening of seamlessly woven unscripted comedy and dance based on audience suggestion. Dancers bend and form their bodies to become the beautiful set while Improvisers blend in with dancing, creating unbelievable collaborative art.
OCT 24 · 2:00pm–3:30pm
Join us for activities in the new Center for People & Art. Children and grandchildren can create and experiment with a variety of projects and materials as they develop their artistic talents in these Members-only family classes.
OCT 25 · 11:00am–5:00pm
Come celebrate the inaugural exhibition for the BMA’s new Center for People & Art!
NOV 21 · 1:00pm–4:30pm
Mine your most intriguing stories about home. In this half-day workshop, learn fresh storytelling techniques to focus on meaningful experiences and shape them into compelling stories. Enjoy special in-gallery conversations in the new Imagining Home exhibition to spark ideas.
NOV 28 · 2:00pm–3:30pm
The Museum's teaching artists will provide in-depth instruction as they explain how to Give Thanks Through Art.
DEC 2 · 6:00pm–8:00pm
All BMA Members are invited to the Friends of the American Wing's free program of American music. International concert pianist John Nauman has been praised as a "pianist of considerable sensitivity" (New York Times) whose "abundant command of color and dynamics demands attention" (Los Angeles Times).