Community Collecting Day

on January 23, 2023 Education, Industrial Heritage with 0 comments

The Baltimore Museum of Industry celebrates the dignity of work, and can provide a forum for exploring such issues as workers’ rights and workplace equity, providing historical context for contemporary issues that impact our community.

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Park(ing) Day @ the BMI

on September 1, 2021 Education, Industrial Heritage with 0 comments

Morgan State University’s Graduate Program in Landscape Architecture provides national leadership in the study of cultural, design and environmental issues that affect underserved urban communities. The First Professional Degree Program in Landscape Architecture is a fully accredited, professional program that focuses on the design of the urban environment. The course work focuses on investigating aesthetic, […]

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Baltimore Children’s Choir

on September 1, 2021 Education, Industrial Heritage with 0 comments

The Baltimore Children’s Choir serves K-12th grade children in Baltimore City and its surrounding counties. Through outreach to schools and organizations that provide services to underserved populations, they share choral music with a wide range of audience members. They are able to offer reduced tuition through a generous grant from the Maryland State Arts Council […]

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Women of Steel in Baltimore and Bethlehem

on August 17, 2021 Education, Industrial Heritage with 0 comments

About the Moderator Jill Schennum is the Chair of Anthropology, Sociology, Economics at the County College of Morris (CCM) in Randolph, New Jersey, who researches economic disparities resulting from the loss of union jobs. Her forthcoming book examines the effect that Bethlehem Steel’s bankruptcy has had on steelworkers’ lives. Beyond Steel: An Archive of Lehigh […]

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Baltimore Comedy Festival

on August 17, 2021 Education, Industrial Heritage with 0 comments

Each year since its inception in 2017, the Baltimore Comedy Festival (BCF) has brought more than 50 – 100 professional comedians from around the U.S. to Baltimore for six days of LIVE showcases at multiple venues throughout downtown Baltimore and around the city.  The Baltimore Museum of Industry celebrates the dignity of work, and can […]

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Domino Sugar Medallions

on July 30, 2021 Education, Industrial Heritage with 0 comments
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F.O.G. Monster Mash Workshop

on July 29, 2021 Education, Industrial Heritage with 0 comments

Blue Water Baltimore’s mission is to restore the quality of Baltimore’s rivers, streams and Harbor to foster a healthy environment, a strong economy, and thriving communities. Blue Water Baltimore takes a holistic approach to making safe, clean water a reality in Baltimore. Their work includes monitoring water quality and hold polluters accountable; planting trees and […]

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John Lamkin Favorites Jazz Quintet

on June 30, 2021 Education, Industrial Heritage with 0 comments

Enamored by the 1950s, 60s and 70s jazz quintets led by At Blakey, Horace Silver, Miles Davis and many others, John Lamkin II’s quintet specializes in presenting a repertoire of straight ahead jazz standards and originals. The name “Favorites” refers to the jazz music that he prefers to all others, as well as the many […]

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Music Brings Us Together

on June 20, 2021 Education, Industrial Heritage with 0 comments

The Urban Choral Arts Society is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the achievement and esteem of Baltimore youth through choral & cultural arts. Founded in 2015 by Ronald McFadden in partnership with the Eubie Blake Cultural Center, UCAS allows students to participate in mentoring, regular rehearsals, and performances with adult professional musicians. With […]

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Behind-the-Scenes with Project Liberty Ship

on June 1, 2021 Education, Industrial Heritage with 0 comments

About the John W. Brown A total of 384 Liberty Ships were built at Bethlehem’s Baltimore-Fairfield yard during WWII. After her service in WW II and a long stint as a New York City public maritime trade school, she returned to Baltimore in 1988 and was restored to operating condition by Project Liberty Ship volunteers. […]

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