American Visionary Art Museum
Watching a movie is an excellent way to spend quality family time. The Baltimore area has some unique features with regard to each of its outdoor movie venues. Most are free, but some are available at a nominal cost.
When dinner and a movie go stale and you need better date ideas, look no further than Baltimore-area museums. A wide array of interests are on display, from wacky art to the great outdoors. Whether impressing a new love or making the most of time away from the kids, spice things up at these museums that often host fun special events.
It’s wild and wacky and it happens Saturday on the streets of Baltimore. Human powered vehicles are the stars of the American Visionary Art Museum’s Kinetic Sculpture Race.
Charm your date with a cultural outing at any of these great Baltimore museums.
Marty Bass had “Coffee With” Wayne Joseph Zahner, the GRAMMYs CFO.
Have you ever stopped yourself from attending an entertaining show because you didn’t want to spend a fortune just to have a good time? This fall, there are plenty of low-cost shows to see in the Baltimore area.
Do you have a curiosity for the unusual, offbeat or strange? There are a number of wonderfully weird exhibits that can be found in many Baltimore-area museums.
There are things that make Baltimore unlike any other city. One of those is the American Visionary Art Museum.
Kai Jackson spoke with Dr. Michael Cox, the founder of AVAM, and two brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum plans to close its Renwick Gallery near the White House next year for its first major renovation in 40 years.
For better or worse, the city of Baltimore contains many unique works of art in public places. Some pieces ignite controversy while others, no matter how odd they may appear, inspire. These are the must-sees when it comes to bizarre artwork right here in Baltimore.
Here’s a look at what’s going on around town for the week of Aug. 27, 2012.