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July 12
Self-Guided Tours of Evergreen Museum & Library's Gardens and Grounds
11am - 4pm EDT
Free self-guided walking tours of the gardens and grounds return to Evergreen this summer. The updated tour and map features bonus information on the Garrett family's professional interaction with storied landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and his eponymous landscaping firm.
July 13
Community Archives: Preserving Black Baltimore
8am - 6pm EDT
Exhibition showcases the rich histories that lie within non-traditional archives in Black Baltimore and captures the archival labor process of Inheritance Baltimore's Community Archives Program; it will be on view in the M-Level of the MSE Library until July 15
Free
July 13
Grace Notes in American History: 200 Years of Songs from the Lester Levy Sheet Music Collection
10am - 5pm EDT
Exhibit Gallery, George Peabody Library George Peabody Library
Peabody Institute
This exhibition highlights over one hundred popular songs and instrumental compositions that provide unique insights into the evolution of American popular culture.
July 13
Exhibit: The Lifted Veil
11am - 4pm EDT
Campus: None, Details: Evergreen Museum & Library, 4545 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210
This group of photographs, ranging from infrared to color, shows how Phyllis Arbesman Berger's view of the world has changed by revisiting photographs of her favorite places and reimagining them in glorious technicolor through the magic of Photoshop.
July 13
Self-Guided Tours of Evergreen Museum & Library's Gardens and Grounds
11am - 4pm EDT
Free self-guided walking tours of the gardens and grounds return to Evergreen this summer. The updated tour and map features bonus information on the Garrett family's professional interaction with storied landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and his eponymous landscaping firm.
July 14
Community Archives: Preserving Black Baltimore
8am - 6pm EDT
Exhibition showcases the rich histories that lie within non-traditional archives in Black Baltimore and captures the archival labor process of Inheritance Baltimore's Community Archives Program; it will be on view in the M-Level of the MSE Library until July 15
Free
July 14
Grace Notes in American History: 200 Years of Songs from the Lester Levy Sheet Music Collection
10am - 7pm EDT
Exhibit Gallery, George Peabody Library George Peabody Library
Peabody Institute
This exhibition highlights over one hundred popular songs and instrumental compositions that provide unique insights into the evolution of American popular culture.
July 14
Computer Science Seminar Series: Alejandro Martin-Gomez
10:45 am - 12pm EDT
Online
Alejandro Martin-Gomez, a postdoctoral fellow in the Laboratory of Computing Sensing and Robotics at Johns Hopkins University, will give a talk titled "Visual Perception, Mixed Reality, and their Transferability to Medical Scenarios" for the Department of Computer Science.
Registration Required
Free
July 14
Exhibit: The Lifted Veil
11am - 4pm EDT
Campus: None, Details: Evergreen Museum & Library, 4545 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210
This group of photographs, ranging from infrared to color, shows how Phyllis Arbesman Berger's view of the world has changed by revisiting photographs of her favorite places and reimagining them in glorious technicolor through the magic of Photoshop.
July 14
Self-Guided Tours of Evergreen Museum & Library's Gardens and Grounds
11am - 4pm EDT
Free self-guided walking tours of the gardens and grounds return to Evergreen this summer. The updated tour and map features bonus information on the Garrett family's professional interaction with storied landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and his eponymous landscaping firm.
July 14
REFRAME YOUR FOCUS: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
12:30 - 1pm EDT
No matter your current physical activity level, WW (Weight Watchers® reimagined) can help you find the fun in fitness. You'll discover: o How to reframe your relationship with physical activity o Surprising benefits of exercise o How to move more throughout your day o And more!
Registration Required
Free
July 14
LGBTQ+ Narratives in Academia: Launch Party
1 - 2pm EDT
The year-long LGBTQ+ Narratives in Academia project involves more than 40 members of the Johns Hopkins community in collecting and sharing stories about the experiences of queer people in higher education. Join a screening of the completed videos while meeting other contributors to building community.
Registration Required
Free
July 15
Community Archives: Preserving Black Baltimore
8am - 6pm EDT
Exhibition showcases the rich histories that lie within non-traditional archives in Black Baltimore and captures the archival labor process of Inheritance Baltimore's Community Archives Program; it will be on view in the M-Level of the MSE Library until July 15
Free
July 15
Chat with a JHSAP Counselor: International Students
10:30 am - 12pm EDT
The Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program chats are open to international students from all countries and can be held in English or Spanish.
Registration Required
Free
July 15
Exhibit: The Lifted Veil
11am - 4pm EDT
Campus: None, Details: Evergreen Museum & Library, 4545 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210
This group of photographs, ranging from infrared to color, shows how Phyllis Arbesman Berger's view of the world has changed by revisiting photographs of her favorite places and reimagining them in glorious technicolor through the magic of Photoshop.