Upcoming Special Events At Homewood
  • Feb 1
    TO Feb 28
    February 1, 2019February 28, 2019

    FREE GUIDED TOURS | Tuesday-Sunday during February

    Price: FREE for individuals and groups under 7

    Tours of Homewood depart on the hour (last tour at 3 p.m.). Advance reservations appreciated by calling 410.516.5589. Groups over 6 require advance reservation.

    In honor of Black History Month Homewood Museum is launching a new interprative tour and offering FREE admission for the entire month of February. The revamped tour, titled "Families at Homewood," draws on new scholarship to tell the stories of Charles and Harriet Carroll, for whom Homewood was constructed in 1801, and two enslaved families, the Rosses and the Conners, who labored for the Carrolls in first quarter of the 19th century, and whose stories have never before been told in such detail. 

    Using Homewood's exquisitely restored period rooms and its world renowned collections, the tour reveals how the fates of all three families became inextricably linked, in ways both typical and unexpected. The tour also contextualizes their experiences within early republic Baltimore, when slavery and ideals of liberty shaped and steered the young nation. 

    Whether you are new to Homewood or have experienced it before, this new tour provides fresh insights about Homewood's first residents and the complex society in which they sought fulfillment.  

  • Mar 8
    Pinkard-Bolton JHU Internship: Call for Applications
    March 8, 2019

    Paid Summer Internship for JHU Undergrads

    Location: Homewood Museum

    The Pinkard-Bolton Internship Program provides Johns Hopkins undergraduate students with the opportunity to gain significant understanding of the museum profession through work at Homewood Museum. 

    All candidates must be enrolled as undergraduate students at Johns Hopkins and must have some relevant coursework in American Art, American Architecture, American History or Material Culture, as well as Museums & Society, anthropology, or education. Graduating seniors are not eligible the summer after their senior year.

    One intern will be selected for Summer 2019 and will receive a stipend of $1,500 (100 hours/8 weeks). Exact dates and hours of work will be determined by the curator and the intern. Internship timeframe is from late June through early August. Participants are not eligible to receive academic credit. It is strongly suggested that applicants visit the museum prior to submitting their application if they have not already done so. Information on visiting Homewood may be found here.



    Selection is competitive. Applicants should include a resumé or curriculum vitae, a letter of application describing particular interests and relevant experience, and a letter of recommendation from a professor or mentor. All materials must be emailed to Homewood Museum’s director/curator Dr. Julie Rose (jrose37@jhu.edu) no later than 6 p.m., March 8, 2019.  



    For more information, including a description of this summer's project, download the PDF at the link below. Interested Johns Hopkins undergraduate students with further questions are welcome to contact Dr. Rose by email, jrose37@jhu.edu.


    The Nan Pinkard-Aurelia Bolton internship was established in honor of Anne Merrick Pinkard by lead gifts from Aurelia Garland Bolton and Hershel L. Seder, and support from the France-Merrick Foundation. This internship celebrates the lifelong friendship of these two women and their shared devotion to Homewood Museum.

    Download Intern Project Descriptions PDF

  • Mar 25
    Charles Carroll of Carrollton Portrait Reveal
    March 25, 2019  |  6:00 PM8:00 PM

    Exclusive Upper-Level Membership Event

    Location: Homewood Museum Price: Free for members at Contributor-level and above ($250+ annually)

    Exclusive membership events are a benefit of Contributor-level Membership and above ($250+). Upgrade your Membership to attend this special evening at Homewood Museum. Call 410-516-8327 or email for more information.

    Five years ago, Homewood Museum was given a portrait of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the father of Charles Carroll of Homewood and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. When it arrived, the painting was in need of extensive restoration but was thought to be in the style of—or possible a long-lost portrait by—famed 19th-century American portraitist Chester Harding. Now, with work completed and the painting hanging proudly in the museum's Drawing Room, Homewood hosts this exclusive reveal party in appreciate of the JHU Museums' upper-level members.  

    Listen as fine art conservator Heather Smith, frame conservator Bill Adair, and JHU art history major Julianne Schmidt describe the restoration process and discuss what secrets the portrait has yielded—and what answers remain elusive. Drinks and hors d'oeuvres served. 

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