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Arts & Culture

Your Go-To Guide For the 2018 Fall Arts Season

Don't miss these fall arts events in film, literature, art, theater, music, and more.

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The List: August 2018

The hottest happenings around town this month.

Arts District

Art on the Waterfront Showcases Public Sculpture

Four local artists exhibit pieces that reflect nature through art.

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The List: July 2018

Our hottest happenings this month around town

Arts & Culture

The Walters Art Museum Prepares to Unveil Transformed Hackerman House

The Walters gives this 170-year-old Mt. Vernon mansion a makeover.

The Chatter

Port Discovery Launches $10.5 Million Campaign to Transform Exhibits

Celebrating its 20th anniversay, the children's museum aims to add new exhibit on Port of Baltimore and four-story climbing structure.

Events

Black History Month Events, Exhibits, and Tours

Celebrate African-American community, heritage, and culture throughout the month.

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The Launch: February 2018

The nine musts from this month's calendar of events.

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The Launch: October 2017

Our nine musts from this month's calendar of events.

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The Launch: September 2017

Our nine musts from this month's calendar of events.

Arts District

Culture Club: C. Grimaldis, J Roddy Walston and the Business, Mt. Vernon Literary Walking Tour

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.

Arts District

Seen and Heard at Light City 2017

Audio, visuals, and insight from festival goers.

Arts District

Biz Markie to Headline Light City 2017

The city releases details for concerts, performances, and international installations for the spring festival.

Arts District

Culture Club: Fields Festival, The Walters Art Museum, Gallery 788

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.

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