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News & Events Archive
Attention Undergrads! Are you in need of a space to study for exams away from the hubbub on campus? Stop by the Homewood Museum Wine Cellar for a tasty treat and feel free to stay, relax, and get your study on! December 12th from 11am-2pm
Join us for an evening of stress-free art-making, tasty treats, and exploration of an inspiring show! 6pm on November 30that the Baltimore Museum of Art (10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore, MD) Includes free admission to the ticketed exhibition, Making Her Mark, for students with a valid student ID.
Welcome back to the new academic year! The Museums & Society program invites you to our ice cream social on Wednesday, September 13th, in front of the Homewood Museum, from 3-5pm.
Congrats to Museums & Society minor, Kendra Brewer, on winning the Beinecke Scholarship! From The Hub: For rising senior Kendra Brewer, our understanding of the Indigenous Americas leaves too much in the past. “Obsessed” with research from a young age, Brewer pursued her passion for Mesoamerican and Indigenous art history but kept running into the […]
The Johns Hopkins course Researching the Africana Archive: Black Cemetery Stories brings together a community of scholars to discover, recover, and maintain Baltimore's Black cemeteries
A blend of research, reflection, conceptualization, and pure logistics gave Krieger School students firsthand experience mounting an American Modernism exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
The JHU Museums Club is taking a trip to the Walters Art Museum on Saturday, September 17, 2022 from 11:30am-2:00pm. See the flyer for the QR Code to sign up for the trip! (Registration Required)
Museums & Society will be hosting a breakfast to welcome everyone back for the Fall 2022 semester!
As part of Museums and Society’s ongoing collaboration with the Baltimore Museum of Art, students contributed ideas and research to the new displays, which offer a more inclusive approach to American art.