The Baltimore Museum of Art

The Baltimore Museum of Art The Baltimore Museum of Art connects art to Baltimore and Baltimore to the world. See what's on view during our phased reopening and reserve timed-entry passes at artbma.org/reopening.

These free passes are required to visit our galleries. Founded in 1914, The Baltimore Museum of Art’s internationally renowned collection of 95,000 objects encompasses more than 1,000 works by Henri Matisse, as well as one of the nation’s finest holdings of prints, drawings, and photographs. The galleries showcase an exceptional collection of art from Africa; important works by established and emerging contemporary artists; outstanding European and American paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts; significant artworks from China; ancient Antioch mosaics; and exquisite textiles from around the world. The BMA also has two beautifully landscaped sculpture gardens. Visit artbma.org to learn about the many exciting new exhibitions and innovative programs presented throughout the year.

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BOO! 🙀Oh, don’t be such a scaredy-cat. It’s just Henri Charles Guérard's 1883 print, “Black Cat on a Newspaper.” #HappyH...
10/31/2020

BOO! 🙀

Oh, don’t be such a scaredy-cat. It’s just Henri Charles Guérard's 1883 print, “Black Cat on a Newspaper.” #HappyHalloween! 🎃👻

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🖼: #HenriCharlesGuérard. Black Cat on a Newspaper. 1883. The George A. Lucas Collection. BMA 1996.48.13852

10/30/2020

Across central Africa’s matrilineal belt, the most important artworks were those that depicted the female body. In these 19th and early 20th century communities, group identity and familial responsibility flowed through the maternal line.

From monumental headdresses of elderly mothers to sculptures that represent mythic female ancestors, A Perfect Power: Motherhood and African Art brings together nearly 40 objects to demonstrate how artists have represented the power of African mothers and used maternal imagery to signal moral, cultural, and spiritual authority.

Free, timed-entry passes are required to visit the BMA. Reserve yours at https://artbma.org/reopening

After you cast your vote, check out these New York Magazine stickers in collaboration with 48 artists, including Baltimo...
10/29/2020
‘I Voted’ Stickers for Everyone Who Needs One

After you cast your vote, check out these New York Magazine stickers in collaboration with 48 artists, including Baltimore's own Derrick Adams.

P.S.: There's a ballot box located in front of the BMA!

A New York Magazine collaboration with 48 artists

SEEN: 20 Years of Baltimore Music Photography opened this fall at Maryland Art Place and presents a comprehensive and cu...
10/28/2020
BMA Salon | Maryland Art Place

SEEN: 20 Years of Baltimore Music Photography opened this fall at Maryland Art Place and presents a comprehensive and culturally inclusive overview of Baltimore’s vibrant music scenes from 2000 through 2020 by showcasing as many different genres, cultures, and forms of representation as possible.

See the exhibition online in BMA Salon featuring images by Josh Sisk, Megan Elyse, JM Giordano, Billy Whitfield, Kate Frese, Jefferson Jackson Steele, Audrey Gatewood, and Shane Gardner.

Artists engage in the creative speculation necessary to map the futures that we will all live in. In this moment of profound uncertainty and crisis, doing our part to help maintain the arts ecology in Baltimore is paramount.

Forget your superstitions. It's #NationalBlackCatDay. ...😺: #AntoineLouisBarye. "Seated Cat." 19th century. Bequest of C...
10/27/2020

Forget your superstitions. It's #NationalBlackCatDay.

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😺: #AntoineLouisBarye. "Seated Cat." 19th century. Bequest of Constance D. Bendann, Baltimore. 2012.57

Guest Spot @ THE REINSTITUTE's exhibition, Departure as a Domestic, is featured this week in BMA Salon at tomorrows.artb...
10/26/2020

Guest Spot @ THE REINSTITUTE's exhibition, Departure as a Domestic, is featured this week in BMA Salon at tomorrows.artbma.org.

"The concern of everyday life and injustices is a response to a domestic abstract that should define politics around our civic responsibilities. The maintenance—and non-maintenance—of art reflects the politics and cultural conditions of its values. As public resources are redirected into Enterprise Culture systems, the idea of maintaining economic value displaces the values in the potential of art, creating an imbalance between object and objective."

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🖼️: #RuriYi. "Eq. 003," 2020. Acrylic and canvas. 66 x 54 in.

Get creative this weekend! 🖍 Free art kits are distributed every Sunday from 2-5pm at the BMA and Fridays from 11am-1pm ...
10/25/2020
Baltimore Museum Of Art Giving Out Free Art Kits

Get creative this weekend! 🖍 Free art kits are distributed every Sunday from 2-5pm at the BMA and Fridays from 11am-1pm at BMA Lexington Market.

Baltimore Museum Of Art Giving Out Free Art Kits

Candice Breitz: Too Long, Didn't Read has returned through January 10, 2021 as a free exhibition at #ArtBMA. Reserve a f...
10/25/2020

Candice Breitz: Too Long, Didn't Read has returned through January 10, 2021 as a free exhibition at #ArtBMA.

Reserve a free, timed-entry pass at artbma.org/reopening the see a Visitor Services Associate for entry to two multichannel video installations that reflect on privilege, visibility, and shrinking attention spans in an information economy that fetishizes celebrity and thrives on entertainment.

"Love Story" recounts the experiences of six refugees as told by themselves and by Hollywood actors Julianne Moore and Alec Baldwin. "TLDR," produced with the Sex Workers Education & Advocacy Taskforce in Cape Town, South Africa, features interviews that examine power disparities and the rights of sex workers in South Africa using alluring visual tactics and the vernacular of the Internet. Everyone has a story to tell. Share your own after exploring the exhibition.

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🖼️: Installation view, #CandiceBreitz: Too Long Didn't Read, March 2020

This Great Mother Headdress, also known as D’mba, was made by a Baga artist in the west African country of Guinea. On vi...
10/24/2020

This Great Mother Headdress, also known as D’mba, was made by a Baga artist in the west African country of Guinea. On view now in A Perfect Power: Motherhood and African Art, this wooden carved headdress depicts an elderly mother and represents the honored place of women in Baga society.

The headdress is large, weighing around 83 pounds, and is worn on male dancers' shoulders during weddings, funerals, and harvesting ceremonies. They move to the music created by instruments such as drums, a slit gong, and an antelope horn.

In this weekend's Free Family Sundays at Home art activity, we'll show you how to make your own drum so you can join in the celebration. 🥁

Download the activity sheet: https://artb.ma/2RieAEx

A Perfect Power: Motherhood and African Art on view now. Reserve a free, timed-entry pass at artbma.org/reopening.
10/23/2020

A Perfect Power: Motherhood and African Art on view now. Reserve a free, timed-entry pass at artbma.org/reopening.

Get a *free commemorative poster* TONIGHT during The Necessity of Tomorrow(s): Tarana Burke and Nadya Tolokonnikova.Star...
10/22/2020

Get a *free commemorative poster* TONIGHT during The Necessity of Tomorrow(s): Tarana Burke and Nadya Tolokonnikova.

Starting at 6pm, join us in a conversation about creating a more just future for women with Tarana Burke, activist and founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement, and Nadya Tolokonnikova, conceptual artist and political activist. Jenna Wortham moderates with a performance by JOJO ABOT.

Watch LIVE on Facebook, YouTube (youtube.com/artbma), and at bmatomorrows.org.

Departure as a Domestic, curated by Guest Spot @ THE REINSTITUTE, is featured this week in BMA Salon.View paintings, pri...
10/22/2020
BMA Salon | Guest Spot @ THE REINSTITUTE

Departure as a Domestic, curated by Guest Spot @ THE REINSTITUTE, is featured this week in BMA Salon.

View paintings, prints, videos, and sculptures by Kat Chamberlin, Jennifer Grimyser, Giulia Piera Livi, Malcolm Majer, Nontsikelelo Mutiti, Michael Scoggins, and Ruri Yi.

Artists engage in the creative speculation necessary to map the futures that we will all live in. In this moment of profound uncertainty and crisis, doing our part to help maintain the arts ecology in Baltimore is paramount.

10/21/2020

Hear activist and founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement Tarana Burke in conversation with conceptual artist and political activist Nadya Tolokonnikova tomorrow, Oct. 22 at 6pm.⠀

Watch The Necessity of Tomorrow(s) LIVE on Facebook, YouTube, and bmatomorrows.org and come with questions! Jenna Wortham of The New York Times Magazine and Still Processing podcast will moderate, with a performance by artist and musician JOJO ABOT.

Learn more: bmatomorrows.org

10/21/2020
The Necessity of Tomorrow(s): Tarana Burke and Nadya Tolokonnikova

As we get ready for The Necessity of Tomorrow(s) conversation this week, Nadya Tolokonnikova, founding member of the feminist protest art collective Pussy Riot, breaks down our options for Tomorrow(s).

What comes to mind when you dream about the future? Join us Thursday, Oct. 22 at 6pm to hear from two extraordinary women who are imagining and creating a more just tomorrow: Activist and founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement, Tarana Burke, and Nadya Tolokonnikova. Jenna Wortham, a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine, will moderate.

Watch this free virtual event on Facebook, YouTube, and at bmatomorrows.org.

#bmatomorrows #artbma

10/19/2020

Activist and founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement, Tarana Burke, joins conceptual artist and founding member of the feminist protest art collective Pussy Riot, Nadya Tolokonnikova, to discuss a future where women aren't silenced.

In one week, activist and founder of the #metoo Movement, #TaranaBurke, will join conceptual artist and founding member ...
10/16/2020

In one week, activist and founder of the #metoo Movement, #TaranaBurke, will join conceptual artist and founding member of the feminist protest art collective Pussy Riot, #NadyaTolokonnikova, to discuss a future where women aren't silenced.⠀

The Necessity of Tomorrow(s) our landmark conversation series, will return on Thursday, Oct. 22, 6–8pm as a free live-streamed event presented in conjunction with the BMA's 2020 Vision initiative, centering the achievements of female-identifying artists and leaders.⠀

The conversation will be moderated by #JennaWortham, a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine and co-host of the podcast Still Processing with a performance by JOJO ABOT. 🗓️ Save the date!

Our landmark conversation series, The Necessity of Tomorrow(s), returns this month as a free online event featuring Tara...
10/15/2020

Our landmark conversation series, The Necessity of Tomorrow(s), returns this month as a free online event featuring Tarana Burke, activist and founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement, and Nadya Tolokonnikova, conceptual artist and political activist.

Connect with us on Facebook, YouTube (youtube.com/artbma), or our website at bmatomorrows.org to join the conversation, moderated by Jenna Wortham, a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine and co-host of the New York Times podcast Still Processing.

10/14/2020

We're revisiting one of our most popular episodes! Learn how to pick colors from a magazine or a catalogue to make paper tiles for your own mosaic inspired by the ancient Antioch Mosaics, on view now at the BMA.

Our landmark conversation series, The Necessity of Tomorrow(s), returns this month as a free online event featuring Tara...
10/13/2020

Our landmark conversation series, The Necessity of Tomorrow(s), returns this month as a free online event featuring Tarana Burke, activist and founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement, and Nadya Tolokonnikova, conceptual artist and political activist.

Connect with us on Facebook, YouTube (youtube.com/artbma), or our website at bmatomorrows.org to join the conversation, moderated by Jenna Wortham, a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine and co-host of the New York Times podcast Still Processing.

Tuesday, Oct. 13, 12pm ⏰ Our lunchtime chat series with the National Museum of Women in the Arts continues!Join us live ...
10/12/2020

Tuesday, Oct. 13, 12pm ⏰ Our lunchtime chat series with the National Museum of Women in the Arts continues!

Join us live on the BMA and NMWA pages as we explore the many forms of #power with guest artists #CandiceBreitz and #OasaDuVerney.

Lean more: https://artb.ma/310humi

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🖼: Candice Breitz. TLDR (Still). 2017. Commissioned by the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image, Frankfurt. Courtesy of Kaufmann Repetto (New York) + Goodman Gallery (Johannesburg / London)

Honoring #IndigenousPeoplesDay with a work from the new exhibition Stripes and Stars: Reclaiming Lakota Independence, on...
10/12/2020

Honoring #IndigenousPeoplesDay with a work from the new exhibition Stripes and Stars: Reclaiming Lakota Independence, on view now.⠀

Take a look at this vest. During the height of the Reservation Period (1880–1920), Lakota women adorned their children’s clothes with stars and stripes to identify them as American, transforming typical settler attire, like vests and cowboy boots, to better conform to Native aesthetics by beading them. While the style of beadwork communicated the children’s Lakota background, the patriotic imagery attempted to protect children against negative attention and affirm their emerging American identity. Though Lakota people were forced to sacrifice their nomadic way of life and adapt to conditions on the reservation, women were able to assert and preserve their Native identity through their beadwork.⠀

Timed-entry passes are needed to visit #ArtBMA. Reserve a free pass to view this exhibition and more this week at artbma.org/reopening.⠀

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🖼️: Unidentified #Lakota Artist. "Boy’s Vest." Late 19th century. The Dakotas, United States. Gift of Mrs. Richard W. Case, Sparks, MD, 1985.162

Grace in Turbulence, presented by Waller Gallery in the BMA Salon, is a dialogue of our current circumstances through th...
10/12/2020
BMA Salon | Waller Gallery

Grace in Turbulence, presented by Waller Gallery in the BMA Salon, is a dialogue of our current circumstances through the lens of fashion and sports. ⠀
View this week's featured exhibition with artworks by Sarah Stefana Smith, Darius Johnson, Jacob Marley, Shae McCoy, and Tyrone Weedon, then continue to the Waller Gallery's website to learn more about each work.

Artists engage in the creative speculation necessary to map the futures that we will all live in. In this moment of profound uncertainty and crisis, doing our part to help maintain the arts ecology in Baltimore is paramount.

ON VIEW NOW | While the American flag was a symbol of oppression for Native Americans, Lakota women subversively incorpo...
10/11/2020
Stripes and Stars: Reclaiming Lakota Independence

ON VIEW NOW | While the American flag was a symbol of oppression for Native Americans, Lakota women subversively incorporated it into clothing and traditional items so that tribal members could participate in cultural activities that had been previously outlawed.

Stripes and Stars: Reclaiming Lakota Independence explores the multifaceted meanings of the American flag through nine beaded artworks created by Lakota women.

Free timed-entry tickets are available to view this, and other exhibitions, at the BMA.

By the late 1800s, the United States government had confined the Lakota people of North and South Dakota to reservations and had taken away their freedom to roam the plains, hunt buffalo, and practice their religion. Surprisingly, during this same period Lakota women began incorporating the American...

Reserve a free, timed-entry pass to Curating a Legacy, the exhibition exploring highlights from Adelyn Breeskin's 32-yea...
10/10/2020
Adelyn Breeskin: Curating a Legacy

Reserve a free, timed-entry pass to Curating a Legacy, the exhibition exploring highlights from Adelyn Breeskin's 32-year career at the BMA, which include securing our renowned Cone Collection.

explores Adelyn Breeskin and her extraordinary career as BMA Director from 1942-1962 through archival materials and examples of the beloved works the Museum acquired under her curatorial vision and leadership. Throughout her 32-year career at the Museum, beginning with her tenure as the BMA’s firs...

The "Lion and Humped Ox" mosaic, seen here, was designed to symbolize friendship among the different types of people in ...
10/09/2020

The "Lion and Humped Ox" mosaic, seen here, was designed to symbolize friendship among the different types of people in the city of Antioch. This weekend, download the Free Family Sundays at home activity sheet and make a friendship mosaic of your own: https://artb.ma/2x00hO2

For a little help and a brief history, join us for Art Break Live | Antioch Mosaics next Thursday, Oct. 15, at 2 p.m. 💻 We'll show you how to pick colors from a magazine or a catalog to make paper tiles inspired by the ancient Antioch Mosaics.

Goodbye, snowballs! Hello, bratwurst, cider, and warm double-chocolate brownies. 🤤⠀⠀The fall menu at the Snow Cone Siste...
10/09/2020

Goodbye, snowballs! Hello, bratwurst, cider, and warm double-chocolate brownies. 🤤⠀

The fall menu at the Snow Cone Sisters Café by Gertrude's Restaurant rolls out today. Grab lunch or an early dinner surrounded by the BMA Sculpture Gardens through the end of the month every Friday through Sunday, 12–6 p.m.⠀

📷 : Gertrude's Restaurant

10/08/2020
JJC Talks: Tommy Mitchell

The Joshua Johnson Council (JJC)'s October meeting features a presentation from Baltimore-based artist Tommy Mitchell.

Time is running out! Oct. 13 is the last day to register to #vote or to update your #voterregistration info in Maryland....
10/08/2020

Time is running out! Oct. 13 is the last day to register to #vote or to update your #voterregistration info in Maryland.

Find our voter registration booth in front of the East Lobby entrance:
🗳 Today, Oct. 8 until 4:30pm
🗳 Saturday, Oct. 10, 11am-3pm
🗳 Tuesday, Oct. 13, 11am-5pm.

Happy Birthday to American artist Faith Ringgold, born #OnThisDay in 1930."Matisse's Model (The French Collection, Part ...
10/08/2020

Happy Birthday to American artist Faith Ringgold, born #OnThisDay in 1930.

"Matisse's Model (The French Collection, Part I: #5)" is a painted story quilt that's part of a series about the fictional heroine Willa Marie Simone, a Black American expatriate of the 1920s who leaves home to become an artist in France and poses for Matisse before his famous painting “La Danse.” Ringgold has included Matisse’s self-portrait (can you spot it? 🔎), and also quotes some of the fabric patterns seen in his painting “Purple Robe and Anemones.”

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🖼: #FaithRinggold. "Matisse's Model (The French Collection, Part 1: #5)" 1991. Fredrick R. Weisman Contemporary Art Acquisitions Endowment. Faith Ringgold © 1991. BMA 1999.66

10/07/2020
BMA Violet Hour: Virtual Learning in the Arts

With the ongoing challenges of virtual learning for Pre-K to 12 schools, how do teachers find ways to deliver meaningful arts instruction? Join arts administrators Chan’nel Howard and Julia Di Bussolo for a conversation on the implications of this rapid shift to virtual instruction in the arts.

10/07/2020
The Baltimore Museum of Art

TONIGHT at 6pm! Join us right here on Facebook Live for a conversation with arts administrators on the challenges of virtual learning for Pre-K to 12 schools and how teachers can find ways to deliver meaningful arts instruction.

With the ongoing challenges of virtual learning for Pre-K to 12 schools, how do teachers find ways to deliver meaningful arts instruction? Join arts administrators Chan’nel Howard and Julia Di Bussolo for a conversation on the implications of this rapid shift to virtual instruction in the arts.

We've got you covered with new face masks at The BMA Shop. 😷 Stop in during your visit or shop online at shop.artbma.org...
10/06/2020

We've got you covered with new face masks at The BMA Shop. 😷

Stop in during your visit or shop online at shop.artbma.org and enjoy free curbside pickup. Don't forget: BMA Members always receive a 10% discount on Shop purchases.

Adelyn Breeskin served as BMA Director from 1942-1962. Throughout her 32-year career at the Museum, starting with her te...
10/06/2020

Adelyn Breeskin served as BMA Director from 1942-1962. Throughout her 32-year career at the Museum, starting with her tenure as the first curator of prints in 1930, Breeskin secured the BMA's renowned Cone Collection and accomplished countless other achievements.

Adelyn Breeskin: Curating a Legacy, opening tomorrow at #ArtBMA, explores her extraordinary career through archival materials and examples of the beloved works acquired under her curatorial vision.

To see the exhibition, reserve a free timed-entry pass at artbma.org/reopening.

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🖼️: #PaulGauguin. "Vahine no te vi (Woman of the Mango)." 1892. The Cone Collection, formed by Dr. Claribel Cone and Miss Etta Cone of Baltimore, Maryland. BMA 1950.213

With the ongoing challenges of virtual learning for Pre-K to 12 schools, how do teachers find ways to deliver meaningful...
10/06/2020

With the ongoing challenges of virtual learning for Pre-K to 12 schools, how do teachers find ways to deliver meaningful arts instruction? ⠀

Join us this Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 6pm for BMA Violet Hour: Virtual Learning in the Arts, a conversation on Facebook Live with arts administrators Chan’nel Howard and Julia Di Bussolo on the implications of our rapid shift to virtual instruction in the arts.

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Founded in 1914, The Baltimore Museum of Art is a major cultural destination recognized for engaging diverse audiences through dynamic exhibitions and innovative educational and community outreach programs.

The BMA’s internationally renowned collection of 95,000 objects encompasses more than 1,000 works by Henri Matisse anchored by the famed Cone Collection of modern art, as well as one of the nation’s finest holdings of prints, drawings, and photographs.

The BMA is located in Charles Village, three miles north of the Inner Harbor, and is adjacent to the main campus of Johns Hopkins University.

General admission to the BMA is free so that everyone can enjoy the power of art.

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