Homewood’s 2023 Architecture Lecture features features an illustrated lecture on the architecture of Homewood’s privy by professor Michael Olmert of the University of Maryland.
Commemorate the 159th anniversary of Maryland’s Emancipation Day (November 1, 1864) at Homewood with a talk by professor Richard Bell of the University of Maryland, College Park.
Learn about spirit mediums, the Spiritualist origins of the Ouija board, and Baltimore’s group of amateur magicians, the Demons Club from Enoch Pratt librarian Julie Saylor!
Director’s Circle members of the Johns Hopkins University Museums are invited to this exclusive talk and reception with University of Iowa Assistant Professor of English & African American Studies, Tara A. Bynum, Ph.D.
Join scholar and author Gaylord Torrence for a fascinating talk about the challenges of curating Native American objects.
Join us for a discussion on the history of Hoes Heights, with special guests Joanne Kent and Eleanor Matthews, descendants of Grandison Hoe, the farmer and freedman who founded the neighborhood in the 1830’s.
Lawrence Jackson, Ph.D., will read and discuss his 2022 memoir Shelter: A Black Tale of Homeland, Baltimore, which is at once a nuanced biography of an American city and a lyrical memoir-in-essays.
Learn the history of mushrooms at Evergreen Museum & Library and tips and tricks for mushroom identification and seasonal foraging in Maryland.
Learn about and enjoy botanical cocktails and spirits from master mixologist Brendan Dorr of Dutch Courage!
Homewood Museum’s annual Architecture Lecture returns in-person with a talk by architecture historian and author Carl Lounsbury!