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Mahogany Exchange/ Out of Africa Gallery III EVERYMAN THEATRE GREAT STORIES, WELL TOLD. 111 W. Saratoga St., (between Park Ave. and Cathedral St.); 410-752-5808 Renowned African, African American and local artists displaying oils and mixed media, antique black Madonnas and much more. Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) 1300 W. Mount Royal Ave.; 410-669-9200; Founded in 1826, MICA is the oldest continuously degree-granting college of art and design in the nation. The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum 1601-03 E. North Ave.; 410-563-3404; America’s first wax museum of African American history and culture features 150+ life-size and life-like wax figures. Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY! TO LEARN MORE & SUBSCRIBE: EVERYMANTHEATRE.ORG 410.752.2208 OPENING JANUARY 10 , 2020 830 E. Pratt St.; 443-263-1800; A major Inner Harbor tourist destination, this museum highlights the history and accomplishments of Maryland’s African American community. Renaissance Fine Arts 88 Village Square, Village of Cross Keys; 410-484-8900; Features an exquisite collection of original artwork, plus custom framing and complimentary residential/ corporate consulting. Robert McClintock Studio & Gallery 3000 Chestnut Ave., Ste. 220; 410-814-2800; McClintock’s original work and giclée prints are creatively displayed at his airy, light-filled, waterfront studio gallery in Fell’s Point. School 33 Art Center 1427 Light St.; 410-396-4641; A hub for contemporary art in Baltimore. The center features rotating exhibits, a members’ gallery and special events throughout the year. Sergio Martinez Architect 1328 Irving St. NW, Washington, DC; 202-664-2965; See modern art designed and crafted daily with eco-friendly materials; features paintings, sculpture, furniture, home accessories and jewelry. The Walters Art Museum 600 N. Charles St.; 410-547-9000; Features 55 centuries of art such as Egyptian mummies, medieval armor, illustrated manuscripts, Asian art and European masterpieces; enjoy audio tours and Saturday children’s activities. General admission is free. Theaters & Performing Arts A Grandmother’s Pilgrimage, Inc. Visit IRURXUFRPSOHWHVFKHGXOHRI exciting LIVE theatre! 56 410-730-8311 Due to the nature of theatrical bookings, DOOVKRZVDQGGDWHVDUHVXEMHFWWRFKDQJH‡&ROXPELD0' B A LT I M O R E . O R G 1027 Cathedral St.; 443-683-4696; A mobile educational theater/ classroom, where storytelling and art foster community conversations. Baltimore Shakespeare Factory 3900 Roland Ave.; 410-662-9455; We produce five plays each year at the Elizabethan-style Great Hall Theatre in Hampden and offer outreach and education opportunities, workshops and camps to audiences of all ages. Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, 1212 Cathedral St.; 410-783-8100; Internationally recognized as one of the world’s most important orchestras; performs 100+ concerts a year. Center Stage 700 N. Calvert St.; 410-332-0033; One of the nation’s top 10 regional theaters and honored as the State Theater of Maryland. Chesapeake Shakespeare Company 7 S. Calvert St.; 410-244-8570; A custom-built theater, inspired by the Globe, in a historic downtown bank building. The award-winning company presents Shakespeare and other classics. Everyman Theatre 315 W. Fayette St.; 410-752-2208; A professional equity repertory company of Baltimore/Washington artists presents quality, accessible and affordable theater. Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center 12 N. Eutaw St.; 410-837-7400; Presents the best of touring Broadway and music in the heart of the Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District. Illusions: Bar & Theater 1025 S. Charles St.; 410-727-5811; Welcome to Baltimore’s longest-running magic show. We feature two-hour comedy and magic shows every Friday and Saturday at 9 p.m. Iron Crow Theatre 45 W. Preston St.; 443-637-2769; Baltimore’s only professional queer theatre, celebrating the renegade and the unorthodox in all of us. The Modell Lyric 110 W. Mt. Royal Ave.; 410-900-1150; From concerts to comedy, dance and theater, we have been bringing world- class entertainment to Baltimore for over 120 years! Morgan State University, Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center 2201 Argonne Dr.; 443-885-4336; Baltimore’s most modern venue, with state-of-the-art facilities for showcasing the performing and visual arts. Motor House 120 W. North Ave.; 410-637-8300; Located in the Station North Arts District, we are a three-story arts hub with performance space, venue bar, studio spaces and offices. Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University 1 E. Mount Vernon Pl.; 667-208-6500; Among the world’s most prestigious music schools; stages 100 classical and jazz performances annually at its historic Mount Vernon campus. Toby’s Dinner Theatre of Columbia 5900 Symphony Woods Rd., Columbia, MD; 410-730-8311; Baltimore/Washington’s only professional dinner theater in-the- round features critically acclaimed musicals, eight shows weekly and a lavish buffet.