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Thursday, January 28 · 6-7pm EST
Hear gallerists, curators, and creative organizers behind some of Baltimore's both longstanding and cutting-edge art spaces - currently featured in the BMA Salon digital initiative - give one-minute presentations on a particularly meaningful work of art in their own collections.
FEB 16 · 11am-12pm EST
What does it take to plan a retrospective for Joan Mitchell, an artist who is both in the grand painting tradition and a true original? Join Senior Curator for Research and Programming Katy Siegel, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art Cecilia Wichmann, and Curatorial Assistant Carlyn Thomas for a behind-the-scenes discussion about the making of Joan Mitchell, the international loans exhibition opening in March 2021.