Class

Artobus: Baltimore Museum of Art

Instructor: staff
Description: Ride with us to Baltimore for a day of art experiences! The Baltimore Museum of Art provides free admission to their general exhibitions with more than 1,300 art objects on view, including collections of decorative art; European and American paintings and sculpture; artwork from Africa, Asia, and the Pacific Islands; textiles; contemporary artwork; and more! • Fee includes deluxe motorcoach transportation and snacks on the bus. • Participants are encouraged to make their own reservations for A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration, a special exhibition open during our visit. • Lunch will be on your own. Gertrude’s Chesapeake Kitchen, the museum’s onsite restaurant, offers specialty sandwiches, entrees, organic salads, burgers and more. Reservations are highly recommended. There are also other options within walking distance of the museum. • The registration fee is non-refundable after November 1; refunds prior to November 1 are on a case-by-case basis. • Space is limited, and registration is first-come, first-served. • You will receive information regarding parking and the trip itinerary one week prior to the bus trip. • Email cfrey@delaplaine.org with questions or accessibility requirements. About the BMA: Over 100 years ago, The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) was founded on the belief that access to art and ideas is integral to a vibrant and healthy civic life. This belief is at the heart of the BMA and remains our core value. The BMA has long focused on acquiring the art of the present moment, while maintaining and deepening a historic collection made relevant through vigorous development and reinterpretation in all collecting areas. Through the courageous and risk-taking vision of previous Museum leaders, the BMA assembled and presented one of the most important collections of 18th-, 19th-, and 20th-century art in the United States. These visionary actions established the fundamental character of this Museum. Building on this legacy of excellence, the BMA will form an equally compelling collection for the 21st century. Socially relevant, cutting-edge acquisitions, exhibitions, and programs will lead the way both locally and globally—and historical accuracy, merit, and equity will become the basis for a new canon across our Museum. Through collecting, researching, presenting, and interpreting the Museum’s rich and varied collection, and by listening to the needs of our audience, the BMA will embody its commitment to excellence, fairness, relevance, and social justice. Every Museum policy and practice, strategic decision, as well as the composition of the Board of Trustees, staff, and volunteers will be driven by these responsibilities. Bold, brave, and essential, it is the unwavering vision of The Baltimore Museum of Art to be the most relevant publicly engaged museum in the United States and a dynamic model for all others.
Dates: December 2-December 2
Day: Friday
Time: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Number of Sessions: 1
Age: 14 and older
Cost: $75 ($55 member)
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