Balcony Concert in Patterson Park
Description: Opera Baltimore and Friends of Patterson Park are thrilled to
present an opera concert from the balcony of the Patterson Park
Observatory. Calling all opera newcomers and aficionados alike: come to
Pagoda Hill at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 8, for a free evening of
operatic and musical theater highlights. This is a bring-your-own-chair event.
Click below for details.
6th Annual Baltimore Comedy Festival
The Baltimore Comedy Festival is BACK with events scheduled
through Monday, September 5. Local comedians will be cracking jokes from
The Lou Room in Hampden to Hollins Market and everywhere in between.
Click the link below for the full schedule and how to get tickets to each show.
Sondheim 2022 Art Prize Finalists: Artist Talks
Join the Walters Art Museum on Sunday, August 28 for a presentation by the 2022 Janet & Walter Sondheim Art Prize finalists: Maren Henson, Megan Koeppel, and James Williams II. Chandi Kelley, Curatorial Assistant and Coordinator of Contemporary Initiatives at the Walters, will introduce the program, and the artists will discuss their artistic practice and their work currently on view at the Walters.
This program is co-hosted with the Baltimore Office for Promotion and The Arts and presented in conjunction with the 17th-annual Janet & Walter Sondheim Art Prize Finalists exhibition on view at the Walters Art Museum through September 18, 2022.
To register for this free talk, click below.
Legacy Fest Is Here!
Legacy Fest is a full day (August 27), outdoor art festival featuring some of the most dynamic creatives Baltimore City has to offer. Come together to honor the rich history of Baltimore’s Black creative community while celebrating the present and future of Pennsylvania Ave. Legacy Fest provides an open market for dozens of vendors, a kids zone full of fun and educational activities, and an out of this world musical lineup. This will be an event for everyone to enjoy!
Get details at the link below.
See ArtsCentric’s Production of RENT Through August 28
Based loosely on Puccini’s “La Boheme,” RENT follows a year in
the life of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to
survive and create in New York’s Lower East Side under the shadow of
HIV/AIDS. “ArtsCentric’s Rent will be highly immersive,” says director Kevin
S. McAllister. “It will honor the shows beloved characters and their
friendships and will also define how humanity can make the most of the here
and now while also pausing to relish in our most glorious life’s moments.”
Get tickets HERE
Rekindling the Muse: A Mixed Genre Workshop
August 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
This online one-hour generative workshop is ideal for those feeling “blocked”
and uninspired. The workshop facilitator will present a number of exercises
designed to get you writing but also sharing tips on how to overcome your
“blocked” state. Leave the workshop with new pages of inspired writing that
you can continue working on as you restart your writing routine. All writers,
regardless of genre, are welcome. Link sent after registration; registration is