Johns Hopkins Day at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Attendees will be able to take advantage of a number of engaging virtual experiences including two exclusive, professionally guided virtual tours of temporary museum exhibits. An assortment of exciting, self guided experiences for the whole family will also be provided. All individuals who RSVP will receive special promotional discounts that can be used during future visits to the museum and will be entered into a drawing to win a free museum membership, as well as other great prizes.
The self-guided virtual tours will explore:
- Making Good Trouble: Marching for Change, a live, 30-minute tour of the George Floyd/Black Lives Matter protests occurring in Maryland communities through protest signs, photos, video clips, and art murals.
- Freedom Bound: Runaways of the Chesapeake, a live, 30-minute tour telling the story of nine people from the Chesapeake Region from the Colonial Period to the American Civil War (1728-1864) who escaped from bondage in the pursuit of freedom.
A variety of "choose your own adventure" activities will include:
- An examination of the life of Billie Holiday
- An exploration of virtual genealogy
- A children's book fair
- A high school juried art exhibit
- And more!
Who can attend?