Baltimore American Indian Center Heritage Museum and Giftshop

Baltimore American Indian Center Heritage Museum and Giftshop Museum and Gift Shop Hours Thursday & Saturdays 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM Please call beforehand 410.675.3535 Since 1968, The Baltimore American Indian Center (BAIC) has been serving the Native American community of Baltimore and its surrounding areas.
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Since its inception, while functioning as a social and cultural outlet, the BAIC has offered many different types of support programs. Among them: > The Baltimore American Indian Center Culture Program > The annual Powwow, bringing 21st Century families together and preserving the __old ways > The Native American After School Arts Program > The Vera Shank Child Care Center > The Native American Senior Citizens Programs > and more.... Our story and our community commitment will continue through the years to come.

Since its inception, while functioning as a social and cultural outlet, the BAIC has offered many different types of support programs. Among them: > The Baltimore American Indian Center Culture Program > The annual Powwow, bringing 21st Century families together and preserving the __old ways > The Native American After School Arts Program > The Vera Shank Child Care Center > The Native American Senior Citizens Programs > and more.... Our story and our community commitment will continue through the years to come.

Mission: Through exhibitions, programming, events and the sale of culturally appropriate merchandise in the gift shop, the BAIC Museum will expand the knowledge of both Native and non-Native people about the richness of these living cultures and the tenacious efforts to maintain those cultures.

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The public is cordially invited!
07/28/2016

The public is cordially invited!

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11/16/2015

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Free Fall Baltimore Event Come join us!
10/06/2015

Free Fall Baltimore Event
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07/02/2015
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To purchase advance tickets:By Credit Card (On Thursdays Only):Contact Melody Thomas or Frieda Minner(443) 839-0105By Ch...
03/12/2015

To purchase advance tickets:

By Credit Card (On Thursdays Only):
Contact Melody Thomas or Frieda Minner
(443) 839-0105

By Check Or Money Order:
Please mail to: 113 South Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231
Pay To The Order Of : The Baltimore American Indian Center - The Jingle Dress

To purchase tickets online ($1.24 fee) - Tickets will be email automatically. Please purchase through Eventbrite. Link below.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-jingle-dress-tickets-15749678713

Hard Workin' PilgrimsLumbee Indian in Baltimore City IndustryBy: Ashley Minner Thousands of men, women and children- of ...
11/17/2014

Hard Workin' Pilgrims
Lumbee Indian in Baltimore City Industry
By: Ashley Minner

Thousands of men, women and children- of all nationalities and races- propelled Baltimore into the Industrial Age. After the second World War, there too was a large migration of Lumbee Indians from rural North Carolina to Baltimore City. Like other groups, they came seeking employment in order to improve their quality of life. They settled in Southeastern Baltimore, concentrated in a 64-block inner-city area from Broadway Street to Patterson Park. This became and remains to be the largest Lumbee community outside of tribal territory in existence. With them, they brought their culture and traditions, which they have fiercely maintained over the years. This exhibition and public program recounted some of their little known history- their legacy- in Baltimore City Industry.

Exhibit Opens - October 4th 2014

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10/23/2014

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Aaron Carapella, created a map of the original 598 tribal nations of America. There is also a Central American map as we...
06/25/2014
MAP OF THE WEEK: Native American Nations

Aaron Carapella, created a map of the original 598 tribal nations of America. There is also a Central American map as well! You can find more info about the project at these links...
Website: www.tribalnationsmaps.com
Youtube story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ukjc7Y1ncc
NPR: http://www.npr.org/blogs/codeswitch/2014/06/24/323665644/the-map-of-native-american-tribes-youve-never-seen-before?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=npr&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20140625

Aaron Carapella, a Cherokee Indian and Oklahoma native, has created a map of the original 595 tribal nations of America and their areas of residence—labeled in their own languages—prior to European contact. Of those 595 tribes, 150 are without descendants and are now considered extinct due to genoci…

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06/18/2014

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Bring the entire family!!!!! FREE Health Screenings, FREE food and a marching band!
06/16/2014

Bring the entire family!!!!! FREE Health Screenings, FREE food and a marching band!

Folklife Festival | Maryland State Arts Council
06/13/2014
Folklife Festival | Maryland State Arts Council

Folklife Festival | Maryland State Arts Council

Saturday, June 14, 2014, 11am-7pm at the Creative Alliance in Baltimore City--rain or shine! At this free, once-yearly celebration, get ready to be amazed by the "arts of the everyday" happening throughout diverse communities--old and new--throughout our entire state. Featuring festival headliner Sa…

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06/09/2014

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06/09/2014

BAIC Community Meeting
July 14, 2014
6pm
All Are Welcome!!!

Andrea Smith on "Theorizing Native Studies"Saturday June 21, 7:30PM @ Red Emma's
06/03/2014
Red Emma's: Event: Andrea Smith on "Theorizing Native Studies"

Andrea Smith on "Theorizing Native Studies"
Saturday June 21, 7:30PM @ Red Emma's

Renowned anticolonial feminist Andrea Smith presents this important new collection on the key role of theory as a resource for contemporary indigenous politics. More from the publisher (Duke University Press): This important collection m...

Batter up! Tickets are available now!
05/15/2014

Batter up! Tickets are available now!

04/03/2014

We have Tickets! Orioles vs. Oakland Athletics!

Saturday, June 7th at 7PM

Great seats on the lower level, in section 79 or 81.

The 1st 25,000 fans (15 and over) to arrive at the stadium will receive a FREE Manny Machado limited edition collectible Bobblehead figurine.

The cost for tickets is $16.00 per ticket

Tickets are available in the gift shop (Mon, Thurs and Sat 11 AM - 4 PM) or if you would liked them mailed to you:

Make your checks payable to the
Baltimore American Indian Center,
P.O. Box 6171
Baltimore, Maryland 21231

For more info please contact: Jovina at (443) 722-7177

No limit for tickets!!!

Last day to purchase tickets May 10th!!!!

Scholarship Opportunity - Deadline June 15th!!!!This year, the Terra Mariae Chapter of the National Society of Colonial ...
03/28/2014
Colonial Dames Scholarship

Scholarship Opportunity - Deadline June 15th!!!!

This year, the Terra Mariae Chapter of the National Society of Colonial Dames of the 17th Century has been selected to fund a scholarship in the amount of $1000.


This scholarship is open to any Native American high school student in Maryland for study at any post-high school institution (4 year university, community college, vocational/technical school, business school). The requirements are a 2.5 minimum GPA and 1/8 American Indian heritage (of any tribe of the 48 contiguous states, as well as Alaska’s Eskimo/Inuit tribe). Along with the transcript, applicants must submit some type of proof of American Indian heritage (either birth certificates to trace the genealogy, or a Bureau of Indian Affairs card, or a letter from the applicant’s tribal council; it could also be an obituary in which it is mentioned that a parent or grandparent was a Native American, any type of proof).

For more information or to apply, please visit: https://sites.google.com/site/colonialdamesscholarship/

Or Contact:

Germaine Endres [email protected]

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03/14/2014

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The Race to Save A Craft
03/14/2014

The Race to Save A Craft

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02/25/2014

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02/24/2014

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SAVE HALF on MIDYEAR REGISTRATION!
02/16/2014
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