“Kiss Me, Mr. Musk: A Climate Change Parable” Opens at Theatre
The Chesapeake Bay expands and sea levels rise into Baltimore
City. In this post-human world only our trash remains. What do these
inanimate objects do without humans? Can they build a society of their own?
A cheeky exploration of climate change action, denial, and what we leave
behind. Single Carrot Theatre opens this devised production at Theatre
Project on Friday, August 19. Running through September 11, tickets are
Click HERE for details
Join the Black Arts District for a Free Networking Event This Friday
Black to the Future is a free networking event for Black creatives
and businesses. Make new connections, get free headshots, participate in
free workshops, and more. You don’t want to miss this! Let’s all get in the
same room and plan the future of Baltimore and our individual and collective
goals of betterment.
Stop by Crystal Moll Gallery in Federal Hill from now through
October 1 to see the 9th Annual Summer Plein Air Show. This exhibition
features works by 40 talented regional painters.
For exhibition details and
gallery hours, click the link below.
A New Pop-Up Porch Concert Every Wednesday
Bassist and composer Ed Hrybyk started performing pop-up
porch concerts for the neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
Now, they continue every Wednesday on a new porch. Bring a chair and
enjoy some jazz alfresco.
Check the link below for dates and locations.
The Peale Center Grand Reopening Party and Open House
After five years of extensive renovations, come celebrate the Peale’s
reopening and 208th birthday! Check out the fully renovated 1814 museum
building — the oldest in the country — illuminated by the Spark: New Light
exhibition. Hear songs of praise and Baltimore stories, take a ride in the
stately new elevator, and much more, all while enjoying some of Baltimore’s
best food and music.
The event is free. For more information, click below.
Join the Northwest Baltimore Partnership for a free, outdoor festival
celebrating Northwest Baltimore as a wonderful place to live, work, eat, and
play. Featuring the Trinidad and Tobago Baltimore Steel Orchestra, DJ
Smally, JCC Kids Zone, YBI African Apparel Fashion Show, and the Citywide
Goldstarz Marching Band.
Also, enjoy delicious food from Juicing with Jazz,
Pimlico Market Cafe, Plantation Park Heights Urban Farm, Sobeachy Haitian
Cuisine, Taharka Brothers Ice Cream, Tov Pizza, and Wild Heart Bistro. The
event will take place rain or shine.
Bring your lawn chairs and blankets. The event is free, and everyone who registers online will receive a free keepsake
at the event (while supplies last).
En plein air, a French phrase meaning “in the open air,” describes the
process of painting a landscape outdoors. This Saturday, August 13 from
2:00–9:00 p.m., artists and art enthusiasts will gather to enjoy the artistic
interpretation of the beautiful Highlandtown neighborhood. There is a $25
entry fee for artists that would like to participate in the juried
competition/wet paint sale/subsequent show.
For details, visit the link below.