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Oct 22 - April 14
Ethel's Place: Celebrating Ethel Ennis, Baltimore's First Lady of Jazz
Devoted to Baltimore vocalist Ethel Ennis (1932 – 2019), this landmark exhibition explores each era of the singer's remarkable life.
Feb 1 - 29
Free Admission February
11am - 4pm EST
In honor of Black History Month, Homewood Museum welcomes all visitors, free of charge, during the month of February. On a docent-led or self-guided tour, visitors can see the house's period rooms and learn about the lives of Homewood's first inhabitants, both free and enslaved.
Feb 2 - 29
The Culture Kitchen: Black History Month
11am - 7pm EST
Levering Kitchens' Grill Station, Levering Hall Levering Hall
Homewood Campus
This month's The Culture Kitchen celebrates Black History Month with recipes inspired by Ethiopian chef Marcus Samuelsson
Today
Art Glass at Evergreen
Evergreen Museum & Library possesses one of the world's largest private collections of 19th- and 20th-century art glass. This installation gathers these highlights, showing off the breadth and depth of the collection and contextualizing its history at Evergreen.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Be Your Own Valentine
11:30 am - 1:30pm EST
HUB, School of Nursing School of Nursing
East Baltimore Campus
Come celebrate Valentine's Day with Health Promotion & Well-Being by making valentines and learning about healthy relationships, safer sex practices, and self-love.
Registration Required
Free
Today
LCSR Seminar: Alexander Spinos
12 - 1pm EST
Alexander Spinos (BS '15), a robotics researcher at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, will give a talk titled "Variable Topology Truss: A Novel Approach to Modular Self-Reconfigurable Robots" for the Laboratory for Computational Sensing + Robotics.
Today
Team Science Coffee Break Series
1 - 2pm EST
Online
Haera Han, professor and associate dean for community programs and initiatives at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, and Irina Koyfman, a nurse practitioner and doctor of nursing practice, will present "Cultivating an Effective Study Team Through Application of Community-Engaged Research Principles."
Registration Required
Free
Today
Department of Materials Science and Engineering Spring Seminar Series: Xinghang Zhang
3 - 3:50pm EST
Xinghang Zhang, a professor of materials engineering at Purdue University, will give a talk titled "High-Strength, Deformable Metals and Ceramics with Nanoscale Defects."
Today
Regulating Emotions: A Skills Workshop Series
4 - 5pm EST
Online
This four-part workshop uses the principles of the evidence-based therapy modality dialectical behavioral therapy to bring awareness of how emotional dysregulation can happen in your day-to-day life as well as skills to regulate and be present with emotional distress.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Baltimore Water: What You Need to Know
6 - 7:30pm EST
Online (Facebook and YouTube Live)
The upcoming Hot Topics with HEAT! February Town Hall will delve into the urgent issue of lead contamination in the water supply of Baltimore, shedding light on the challenges Baltimoreans face and highlighting the collaborative efforts between Baltimore City and Baltimore County in addressing this pressing concern.
Today
In The Stacks
6:30 - 7:30pm EST
This performance featuring Opera Baltimore will explore themes of romance and heartbreak. Arias from Tchaikovsky's opera Eugene Onegin will be paired with a one-night only display of pulpy treasures from the Sheridan Libraries collection of vintage romance comic books.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Ethel's Love Legacy, featuring Charenée Wade and the Peabody Jazz Ensemble
7 - 9pm EST
Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224
Celebrate the music, life, and legacy of Baltimore jazz legend Ethel Ennis during an evening inspired by the Ethel's Place exhibition at George Peabody Library.
Feb 22
Art Glass at Evergreen
Evergreen Museum & Library possesses one of the world's largest private collections of 19th- and 20th-century art glass. This installation gathers these highlights, showing off the breadth and depth of the collection and contextualizing its history at Evergreen.