Through its Changing Baltimore series, sponsored in part by a grant from the Maryland Humanities Council, the Baltimore Museum of Industry is unearthing and sharing the history behind Baltimore’s ever-changing neighborhoods. The series uses lectures, films, and discussions in order to discover the past and present industrial landscape of our city. Anita Kassoff, executive director at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, tells us more.
February 25, 2016
On February 11, the Eubie Blake Cultural Center opens its “Our Baltimore” exhibit, which tells the stories of African Americans in Baltimore through the civil rights era to present day. The exhibit, supported in part by the Maryland Humanities Council, tells these stories by highlighting the work of the Phillips family, Baltimore-based photojournalists. Cheryl Goodman, program associate at Eubie Blake, tells us more.
February 18, 2016
Sounding Botany Bay
On February 16, the Dresher Center for the Humanities at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County will host a humanities forum discussing how humans have changed a unique Australian environment. Tim Nohe, Professor of Visual Arts and Director of the Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts at UMBC, spent nine years researching Australia’s Botany Bay. He tells us more about this experience and what he learned.
February 11, 2016