In August 2019 the Baltimore Museum of Art announced a new initiative, 2020 Vision. Under this project, the museum dedicated […]
Each year more than 30,000 students visit the Baltimore Museum of Industry to learn about the city’s industrial past. While […]
The Baltimore Museum of Industry will be closed at least through April 12. In the meantime, the museum will turn […]
In 1917, women from around the country picketed outside the White House demanding a federal woman’s suffrage amendment. Among the […]
The Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum tells the story of Poe’s years in the city of Baltimore. Already a […]
The Baltimore Museum of Art holds 95,000 works of art. Of that, just four percent are works made by women. […]
Supporters are setting out to save jazz legend Cab Calloway’s Baltimore home from demolition. The three story house in the […]
Rutgers-Newark professor Mary Rizzo is partnering with the Enoch Pratt Free Library and Digital Maryland to give the public access to Chicory magazine again.
The 7th Annual Public History Community Forum was held Wednesday, March 8, 2017, in Franklin Hall of the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.
Over the last year, a commission in Baltimore has wrestled with the presence of Confederate monuments in the city. In this month’s feature, Elizabeth Nix (pictured above with the Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument) reflects on her service on the commission.