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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
Advancing the Science of Arts, Health, and Wellbeing through NeuroArts
12 - 12:45pm EST
Online
The International Arts + Mind Lab Center for Applied Neuroaesthetics, a multidisciplinary research-to-practice initiative from the Pedersen Brain Science Institute at Johns Hopkins University, is hosting a dynamic discussion about how the arts and aesthetic experiences can measurably change the body, brain, and behavior.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Commemoration Day celebration
12 - 2pm EST
Celebrate JHU's 148th birthday with cupcakes and view historic photographs
Free
Registration Required
Free
Registration Required
Free
Today
Advanced Learners 101
1 - 2pm EST
Online
Amy Lynne Shelton, executive director of the Center for Talented Youth (CTY), will provide a look into who advanced learners are, what attributes they share, and what the research says about what they need.
Registration Required
Free
Registration Required
Free
Today
Department of Biology Special Seminar: Kavita Rangan
4 - 5:30pm EST
Kavita Rangan, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine at the University of California, San Diego, will give a talk titled "RNA Recoding in Protein Diversification and Phenotypic Plasticity."
Today
Hopkins Dining: Lunar New Year
5 - 8pm EST
Hopkins Cafe Hopkins Cafe
Homewood Campus
Join Hopkins Dining in celebrating the beginning of the Lunar New Year — the year of the dragon — by visiting Hopkins CafĂ© for some delicious food.
Today
Sip & Solve: AI Lightning Talks with a Twist
5:15 - 7pm EST
This unique event brings together three distinguished faculty members from Johns Hopkins University to share insights into their work at the intersection of artificial intelligence. Don't miss out on this unique blend of intellectual talks and socializing.
Registration Required
Free
Today
An Enemy of the People
7 - 9:30pm EST
Event will take place in-person and on Zoom, Hopkins Bloomberg Center Hopkins Bloomberg Center
Acclaimed actors, public health leaders, scientists, journalists, elected officials, and local community members performing dramatic readings of scenes from Henrik Ibsen's 1882 play
Registration Required
Free