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TONIGHT: We're open late, like every Thursday night! Bring a friend and enjoy the galleries and a free dance performance on the Sculpture Court by Peabody Dance. As always, admission is free. See you tonight!

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Congratulations to the Sondheim Prize finalists! See the exhibition and awards ceremony at the Walters this summer.

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This Thursday night, enjoy a free dance performance inspired by works in the Walters’ collection, on the Sculpture Court. Melissa Stafford, Director and Department Chair, and Constance Dinapoli, Artistic Coordinator of Contemporary Dance, will provide context and remarks on the program. Presented in partnership with the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.

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Sunday at 2pm
Edo Pop: Printmaking and Popular Culture in Pre-modern Japan
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"Ferocious Beauty: Wrathful Deities from Tibet and Nepal" closes this Sunday, April 23. Learn more about the show in this Q&A with the curator, Katherine Kasdorf.

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This Friday, enjoy a lively floral arranging demonstration with Jane Godshalk of Longwood Gardens and author of "Arranging Secrets--Natural Designs for Everyday Living." Then, join the Women's Committee for high tea in the Sculpture Court. Tickets available for lecture & hight tea, or lecture only.

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"My Fellowship at The Walters Art Museum" by Omari Russell, Urban Arts Leadership Program fellow

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This Friday, take a musically inspired, royal romp through British floral design with Longwood Gardens faculty member Jane Godshalk, AIFD. Celebrate the beauty of London with a lively floral arranging demonstration immediately followed by High Tea on the Sculpture Court. Godshalk’s newest floral design book, "Arranging Secrets—Natural Designs for Everyday Living," will be available for purchase. Tickets available at http://buff.ly/2pP2Lpc
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“Learn about the fashions, decadent entertainments, and urban pastimes of pre-modern Japan by exploring that culture’s ukiyo-e, or woodblock prints, with Matthew Welch, Deputy Director and Chief Curator at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Welch will provide an overview of the social environment of Japan’s “floating world” by examining artists’ works from the 18th century to the present day. This annual lecture celebrates John and Berthe Ford’s philanthropy and insight as collectors. Reception to follow.”

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See "Ferocious Beauty: Wrathful Deities from Tibet and Nepal" before it closes on Sunday, April 23:
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