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January 21, 2020

Family Workshop: Cocoa & Coloring in Hagerstown11am-2pmVisual Arts, Food & Drink, History & Heritage Join us at the Miller House Museum for a cozy afternoon of family-friendly fun! We’ll provide everything you need to get started: crayons, colored pencils, historical coloring pages for both kids and...City: Hagerstown
"CHIVALRY, SWORDS, CANDLES & MORE": Medieval Art & Music for Kids11am-12NVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Learn about life in medieval times by making a - heraldic flag - cross stitch sampler - illuminated manuscript - candles - sword - shield - dress or tunic...City: Columbia
Chronicles of the African American Journey through Fiber Arts10am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Celebrate Black History Month by witnessing the stories and experiences of African American lives. This exhibition culminates from a national call for fiber arts that include quilts, felt, sewing,...City: Laurel
Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era10am-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural The Goucher College Library welcomes this Maryland Historical Society traveling exhibition. Paul Henderson was a photojournalist and the Baltimore Afro-American’s first photographer, who captured...City: Baltimore
Exhibition: On Land and On Sea: A Century of Women in the Rosenfeld CollectionVisual Arts, Celebrating Women, History & Heritage The exhibition features the work of Morris and Stanley Rosenfeld who created the world’s largest and most significant collection of maritime photography with more than one million images that are...City: St. Michaels

January 22, 2020

Family Workshop: Cocoa & Coloring in Hagerstown11am-2pmVisual Arts, Food & Drink, History & Heritage Join us at the Miller House Museum for a cozy afternoon of family-friendly fun! We’ll provide everything you need to get started: crayons, colored pencils, historical coloring pages for both kids and...City: Hagerstown
"CHIVALRY, SWORDS, CANDLES & MORE": Medieval Art & Music for Kids11am-12NVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Learn about life in medieval times by making a - heraldic flag - cross stitch sampler - illuminated manuscript - candles - sword - shield - dress or tunic...City: Columbia
Chronicles of the African American Journey through Fiber Arts10am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Celebrate Black History Month by witnessing the stories and experiences of African American lives. This exhibition culminates from a national call for fiber arts that include quilts, felt, sewing,...City: Laurel
Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era10am-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural The Goucher College Library welcomes this Maryland Historical Society traveling exhibition. Paul Henderson was a photojournalist and the Baltimore Afro-American’s first photographer, who captured...City: Baltimore
Exhibition: On Land and On Sea: A Century of Women in the Rosenfeld CollectionVisual Arts, Celebrating Women, History & Heritage The exhibition features the work of Morris and Stanley Rosenfeld who created the world’s largest and most significant collection of maritime photography with more than one million images that are...City: St. Michaels

January 23, 2020

Family Workshop: Cocoa & Coloring in Hagerstown11am-2pmVisual Arts, Food & Drink, History & Heritage Join us at the Miller House Museum for a cozy afternoon of family-friendly fun! We’ll provide everything you need to get started: crayons, colored pencils, historical coloring pages for both kids and...City: Hagerstown
"CHIVALRY, SWORDS, CANDLES & MORE": Medieval Art & Music for Kids11am-12NVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Learn about life in medieval times by making a - heraldic flag - cross stitch sampler - illuminated manuscript - candles - sword - shield - dress or tunic...City: Columbia
Chronicles of the African American Journey through Fiber Arts10am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Celebrate Black History Month by witnessing the stories and experiences of African American lives. This exhibition culminates from a national call for fiber arts that include quilts, felt, sewing,...City: Laurel
Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era10am-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural The Goucher College Library welcomes this Maryland Historical Society traveling exhibition. Paul Henderson was a photojournalist and the Baltimore Afro-American’s first photographer, who captured...City: Baltimore
Exhibition: On Land and On Sea: A Century of Women in the Rosenfeld CollectionVisual Arts, Celebrating Women, History & Heritage The exhibition features the work of Morris and Stanley Rosenfeld who created the world’s largest and most significant collection of maritime photography with more than one million images that are...City: St. Michaels

January 24, 2020

Family Workshop: Cocoa & Coloring in Hagerstown11am-2pmVisual Arts, Food & Drink, History & Heritage Join us at the Miller House Museum for a cozy afternoon of family-friendly fun! We’ll provide everything you need to get started: crayons, colored pencils, historical coloring pages for both kids and...City: Hagerstown
"CHIVALRY, SWORDS, CANDLES & MORE": Medieval Art & Music for Kids11am-12NVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Learn about life in medieval times by making a - heraldic flag - cross stitch sampler - illuminated manuscript - candles - sword - shield - dress or tunic...City: Columbia
Chronicles of the African American Journey through Fiber Arts10am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Celebrate Black History Month by witnessing the stories and experiences of African American lives. This exhibition culminates from a national call for fiber arts that include quilts, felt, sewing,...City: Laurel
Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era10am-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural The Goucher College Library welcomes this Maryland Historical Society traveling exhibition. Paul Henderson was a photojournalist and the Baltimore Afro-American’s first photographer, who captured...City: Baltimore
Exhibition: On Land and On Sea: A Century of Women in the Rosenfeld CollectionVisual Arts, Celebrating Women, History & Heritage The exhibition features the work of Morris and Stanley Rosenfeld who created the world’s largest and most significant collection of maritime photography with more than one million images that are...City: St. Michaels

January 25, 2020

Appraiser Fair at St. Clement’s Island Museum10am-3pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Miscellaneous Visit with expert appraisers as they determine the value of your prized possessions at St. Clement’s Island Museum. Appraisers for dolls, furniture, glassware, pottery, artwork, music boxes and...City: Coltons Point
Family Workshop: Cocoa & Coloring in Hagerstown11am-2pmVisual Arts, Food & Drink, History & Heritage Join us at the Miller House Museum for a cozy afternoon of family-friendly fun! We’ll provide everything you need to get started: crayons, colored pencils, historical coloring pages for both kids and...City: Hagerstown
"CHIVALRY, SWORDS, CANDLES & MORE": Medieval Art & Music for Kids11am-12NVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Learn about life in medieval times by making a - heraldic flag - cross stitch sampler - illuminated manuscript - candles - sword - shield - dress or tunic...City: Columbia
Chronicles of the African American Journey through Fiber Arts10am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Celebrate Black History Month by witnessing the stories and experiences of African American lives. This exhibition culminates from a national call for fiber arts that include quilts, felt, sewing,...City: Laurel
Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era10am-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural The Goucher College Library welcomes this Maryland Historical Society traveling exhibition. Paul Henderson was a photojournalist and the Baltimore Afro-American’s first photographer, who captured...City: Baltimore

January 26, 2020

Music and Memory: Commemoration and Lost Music from the Holocaust3-4pmPerforming Arts, Celebrating Women, History & Heritage Join violinist Alexandra Birch for a musical lecture recital of lost music from the Holocaust in the USSR and Europe. Dr. Birch plays musical samples of undiscovered scores from her recent research...City: Baltimore
Film Screening & Panel Discussion: Nobody Wants Us7pmPerforming Arts, Visual Arts, History & Heritage Join us for a screening and discussion of the 2019 documentary film, Nobody Wants Us (directed by Laura Seltzer-Duny). The film explores an extraordinary event in 1940, when 83 exhausted passengers...City: Annapolis
"CHIVALRY, SWORDS, CANDLES & MORE": Medieval Art & Music for Kids11am-12NVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Learn about life in medieval times by making a - heraldic flag - cross stitch sampler - illuminated manuscript - candles - sword - shield - dress or tunic...City: Columbia
Chronicles of the African American Journey through Fiber Arts10am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Celebrate Black History Month by witnessing the stories and experiences of African American lives. This exhibition culminates from a national call for fiber arts that include quilts, felt, sewing,...City: Laurel
Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era10am-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural The Goucher College Library welcomes this Maryland Historical Society traveling exhibition. Paul Henderson was a photojournalist and the Baltimore Afro-American’s first photographer, who captured...City: Baltimore

January 27, 2020

"CHIVALRY, SWORDS, CANDLES & MORE": Medieval Art & Music for Kids11am-12NVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Learn about life in medieval times by making a - heraldic flag - cross stitch sampler - illuminated manuscript - candles - sword - shield - dress or tunic...City: Columbia
Chronicles of the African American Journey through Fiber Arts10am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Celebrate Black History Month by witnessing the stories and experiences of African American lives. This exhibition culminates from a national call for fiber arts that include quilts, felt, sewing,...City: Laurel
Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era10am-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural The Goucher College Library welcomes this Maryland Historical Society traveling exhibition. Paul Henderson was a photojournalist and the Baltimore Afro-American’s first photographer, who captured...City: Baltimore
Exhibition: On Land and On Sea: A Century of Women in the Rosenfeld CollectionVisual Arts, Celebrating Women, History & Heritage The exhibition features the work of Morris and Stanley Rosenfeld who created the world’s largest and most significant collection of maritime photography with more than one million images that are...City: St. Michaels
Hometown Girl: Contemporary Quilts of Mimi DietrichVaries depending on dayVisual Arts, Celebrating Women, History & Heritage This exhibition features one-of-a-kind appliqué quilts created by Baltimore-native Mimi Dietrich. The exhibition is on view through March 2020. The MdHS museum is open Wednesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm,...City: Baltimore

January 28, 2020

Medical Museum Science Café: Medical and Transport Lessons Learned From the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan6-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Miscellaneous Join CAPT (ret.) Patricia Kelley, Ph.D., as we explore the journey of injured service members, while discussing nursing lessons learned from those deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. For more...City: Silver Spring
"CHIVALRY, SWORDS, CANDLES & MORE": Medieval Art & Music for Kids11am-12NVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Learn about life in medieval times by making a - heraldic flag - cross stitch sampler - illuminated manuscript - candles - sword - shield - dress or tunic...City: Columbia
Chronicles of the African American Journey through Fiber Arts10am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Celebrate Black History Month by witnessing the stories and experiences of African American lives. This exhibition culminates from a national call for fiber arts that include quilts, felt, sewing,...City: Laurel
Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era10am-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural The Goucher College Library welcomes this Maryland Historical Society traveling exhibition. Paul Henderson was a photojournalist and the Baltimore Afro-American’s first photographer, who captured...City: Baltimore
Exhibition: On Land and On Sea: A Century of Women in the Rosenfeld CollectionVisual Arts, Celebrating Women, History & Heritage The exhibition features the work of Morris and Stanley Rosenfeld who created the world’s largest and most significant collection of maritime photography with more than one million images that are...City: St. Michaels

January 29, 2020

Prosecuting Evil6:30-8pmPerforming Arts, Visual Arts, History & Heritage Watch Barry Avrich’s gripping new documentary which tells the fascinating Ben Ferencz—the last surviving Nuremberg prosecutor and lifelong advocate of “law not war.”City: Baltimore
"CHIVALRY, SWORDS, CANDLES & MORE": Medieval Art & Music for Kids11am-12NVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Learn about life in medieval times by making a - heraldic flag - cross stitch sampler - illuminated manuscript - candles - sword - shield - dress or tunic...City: Columbia
Chronicles of the African American Journey through Fiber Arts10am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Celebrate Black History Month by witnessing the stories and experiences of African American lives. This exhibition culminates from a national call for fiber arts that include quilts, felt, sewing,...City: Laurel
Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era10am-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural The Goucher College Library welcomes this Maryland Historical Society traveling exhibition. Paul Henderson was a photojournalist and the Baltimore Afro-American’s first photographer, who captured...City: Baltimore
Exhibition: On Land and On Sea: A Century of Women in the Rosenfeld CollectionVisual Arts, Celebrating Women, History & Heritage The exhibition features the work of Morris and Stanley Rosenfeld who created the world’s largest and most significant collection of maritime photography with more than one million images that are...City: St. Michaels

January 30, 2020

Exploring the Licinian Tomb6:30-7:15pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage Join Lisa Anderson-Zhu, Associate Curator, Art of the Mediterranean, 5th millennium BCE to 4th century CE at the Walters Art Museum, for an exploration of the original context, decoration, and...City: Baltimore
SIFPAX: The Mindset of Innovation A Quantum Case for Innovation in Art & Technology6-7:30pmPerforming Arts, History & Heritage, Miscellaneous SIFPAX presents a discussion on the "ins and outs" of innovation and forward thinking by Anthony Malatesta...City: Lexington Park
"CHIVALRY, SWORDS, CANDLES & MORE": Medieval Art & Music for Kids11am-12NVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Learn about life in medieval times by making a - heraldic flag - cross stitch sampler - illuminated manuscript - candles - sword - shield - dress or tunic...City: Columbia
Chronicles of the African American Journey through Fiber Arts10am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Celebrate Black History Month by witnessing the stories and experiences of African American lives. This exhibition culminates from a national call for fiber arts that include quilts, felt, sewing,...City: Laurel
Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era10am-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural The Goucher College Library welcomes this Maryland Historical Society traveling exhibition. Paul Henderson was a photojournalist and the Baltimore Afro-American’s first photographer, who captured...City: Baltimore

January 31, 2020

Film Screening & Storytelling: I'm Not Leaving7:30-9pmPerforming Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Presented by Maryland Hall...City: Annapolis
"CHIVALRY, SWORDS, CANDLES & MORE": Medieval Art & Music for Kids11am-12NVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Learn about life in medieval times by making a - heraldic flag - cross stitch sampler - illuminated manuscript - candles - sword - shield - dress or tunic...City: Columbia
Chronicles of the African American Journey through Fiber Arts10am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Celebrate Black History Month by witnessing the stories and experiences of African American lives. This exhibition culminates from a national call for fiber arts that include quilts, felt, sewing,...City: Laurel
Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era10am-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural The Goucher College Library welcomes this Maryland Historical Society traveling exhibition. Paul Henderson was a photojournalist and the Baltimore Afro-American’s first photographer, who captured...City: Baltimore
Exhibition: On Land and On Sea: A Century of Women in the Rosenfeld CollectionVisual Arts, Celebrating Women, History & Heritage The exhibition features the work of Morris and Stanley Rosenfeld who created the world’s largest and most significant collection of maritime photography with more than one million images that are...City: St. Michaels