From Western Maryland to the lower Eastern Shore, our state is rich in cultural heritage. Museum on Main Street shines the spotlight on it.
True to our name, Maryland Humanities is committed to bringing outstanding humanities programs to every corner of our state. Museum on Main Street (MoMS) helps fulfill that promise. A collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and state humanities councils like Maryland Humanities, MoMS brings high-quality traveling exhibits to Main Street museums, historical societies, and other small-town cultural venues across the country. These exhibits boost civic pride, as residents young and old, from diverse backgrounds come together to share and celebrate their heritage.
In 2015, for example, Maryland Humanities brought the sports-oriented Smithsonian traveling exhibit Hometown Teams to five communities across Maryland. Sports are an indelible part of our culture, reflecting the trials and triumphs of the human experience. Hometown Teams identifies compelling sports stories on the local level and brings them to light.
To contact Maryland Humanities about Museum on Main Street or its exhibitions, contact Theresa Worden.
By the Numbers
- 168days that our last Museum on Main Street exhibition was on view in Maryland
- 615Museum on Main Street special events, programs, & exhibits in 2017
- 30,453Museum on Main Street participants in 2017
- 113Museum on Main Street partners and hosts in 2017
- 319Museum on Main Street community volunteers in 2017
- 5counties in which our last Museum on Main Street exhibition was hosted
Now on view
at Dorchester Center for the Arts in Cambridge!Hosted by Cambridge Main Street, with partners across Dorchester County, will present complementary exhibits, art installations, and educational programs in support of Water/Ways.