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The Walters and Morgan State University presents a night of music in the Walters Sculpture Court. Baritone Daniel Colin Xavier Rich and pianist Samuel Springer will perform 18th-20th c. compositions, highlighting the broader connections between art and music. Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-8 p.m., FREE and open to all.
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The Walters and Morgan State University presents a night of music in the Walters Sculpture Court. Baritone Daniel Colin Xavier Rich and pianist Samuel Springer will perform 18th-20th c. compositions, highlighting the broader connections between art and music. Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-8 p.m., FREE and open to all.
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Learn the fundamentals of drawing in the galleries with your family in this month's Gallery Drawing Family Workshop:
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Learn the fundamentals of drawing in the galleries with your family in this month's Gallery Drawing Family Workshop:
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See "Waste Not: The Art of Medieval Recycling" before it closes this Sun., 9/18. Learn more: http://buff.ly/2cficEH
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Former director Gary Vikan returns to the Walters for a reading of his new book, "Sacred & Stolen". Free:
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The Walters and Morgan State University presents a night of music in the Walters Sculpture Court. Baritone Daniel Colin Xavier Rich and pianist Samuel Springer will perform 18th-20th c. compositions, highlighting the broader connections between art and music. Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-8 p.m., FREE and open to all.
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The Walters and Morgan State University presents a night of music in the Walters Sculpture Court. Baritone Daniel Colin Xavier Rich and pianist Samuel Springer will perform 18th-20th c. compositions, highlighting the broader connections between art and music. Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-8 p.m., FREE and open to all.
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THURSDAY, enjoy a reading and signing of "Sacred and Stolen" with ]former Walters director, Gary Vikan. Free:
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Today at the #ConservationWindow:
Interact with Stephanie Hulman as she treats a Thai monk figure that is made of a copper alloy and covered in Southeast Asian lacquer and gold leaf (WAM 54.2993). Learn about the ways that conservators assess and treat works of art. What processes, materials, or techniques are used? Stephanie will have these answers and more on Saturday afternoon – come see her to learn about the conservation of this object and several other pieces of the Duke Collection!
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Today @ the #ConservationWindow: Conservator Eric Gordon will treat a 15th-c. panel painting http://buff.ly/2ctikxJ
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Celebrate fall with art and dining in a beautiful, rustic, country setting. Sponsored by the Women's Committee, "Fall for Art" features work from local established and emerging artists, picnic fare from 8 Ball Meatball, and libations courtesy of Union Craft Brewing. Get your tickets today. Proceeds benefit the Walters Art Museum and its programs.
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600 N Charles St Baltimore, MD 21201
600 North Charles StreetUSMarylandBaltimore21201
(410) 547-9000thewalters.org
Art Museum, Non-Profit OrganizationToday 10AM–9PM
Thursday 10AM–9PMFriday 10AM–5PMSaturday 10AM–5PMSunday 10AM–5PMMonday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 10AM–5PM
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Historic 3-building gallery with paintings & artifacts from the past 55 centuries plus films & more.- Google
"Awesome collections with excellent service"
"Great exhibits, good atmosphere, friendly and helpful staff"
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Robin Swearingen
a month ago
Exquisite collection, including a great variety of Ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian artifacts, treasure, and Dionysian sarcophaguses. Also of note are some rare medieval weapons, armor, tapestries, and reliquairies. A splendid sampling of Renaissance-era paintings as well. What a munificent gift to the public, as it is completely free! Very knowledgeable and charming staff. Hands down one of my favorite museums in the U.S.
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Ben Brown
2 months ago
Awesome awesome awesome place! It's amazingly big for the steep price of zilch. So much rich history, beautiful artifacts, and precious materials. Just keep in mind that they're closed Monday and Tuesday.
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Trisha H
3 weeks ago
Amazing museum. Fabulous permanent collection, very well displayed. Wonderful that there's no admission fee either
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Audriana Duvall
3 weeks ago
Gorgeous well-rounded selection of art and was happy to see some great interesting pieces. Will have to come again!
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Rachel Hamel
3 months ago
The Walters has an incredibly rich collection ranging from ancient Egypt to Impressionism. The Chamber of Wonders is installed like a 17th century curiosity cabinet with an eclectic mix of artifacts, paintings, and taxidermy animals from around the world. Another highlight is the medieval collection with everything from suits of armor to altar pieces. The collection is well curated and spans a wide range of history. Much of the work takes time to really understand and enjoy but is so rewarding if you do slow down and give yourself to it.
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Matthew Briney
5 months ago
Wonderfully curated art museum in the center of Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood. Galleries are well done and even the way the art is displayed is creative. Plan on spending at least half a day here as it's a fairly big place. Oh and did we mention it's free? Please consider making a donation to continue to support their work.
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Ric Rini
3 months ago
For my taste a perfect collection of art displayed with a sense of intelligence and thoughtfulness. The type of collection is prefect for those that are lining for variety. From paintings, sculptures glassware bronze world and porcelain the Walters art museum seems to have it all. And it's free! Yes free! What a wonderful museum curated perfectly. This is a must see stop if you are in Baltimore.
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Joshua Zelen
2 months ago
Free. Air conditioned. Have chess and checkers to play in medieval section. Friendly staff. Well run. Good place to peruse around for a few hours.