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Exhibit celebrates beloved jazz vocalist, daughter of Baltimore
Published Feb 19, 2024
Known for her philosophy of 'soft power,' Ethel Ennis said she was proud to have bloomed where she was planted, in her hometown of Baltimore
A growing movement
Published Winter 2022
Evergreen Museum & Library's new exhibit explores Victorians' obsession with houseplants and how it compares to today's houseplant craze / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Snapshots of Baltimore's past
Published Feb 17, 2020
John Clark Mayden's photography book and exhibition document 50 years of the Baltimore's black community
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Exhibition traces 125 years of medical milestones
Published Dec 17, 2018
Exhibition created to highlight the celebrated history of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is on display in MSE Library through March 18
Hamilton's life and legacy
Published Feb 19, 2018
Homewood Museum exhibit explores 'The Man Who Made Modern America'
Curators' picks from 'Bibliomania'
Published Oct 19, 2017
Peabody exhibit shares 'rare and curious' items collected over the course of the library's 150 years
Narratives as art
Published Dec 22, 2016
Evergreen exhibit features student-created artist's books, with a contemporary twist
Exhibit explores impact of World War I on Johns Hopkins
Published Winter 2016
A new exhibit explores the impact of WWI on Johns Hopkins / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Inspiring portraits
Published Summer 2012
The Indispensable Role of Blacks at Johns Hopkins, a traveling exhibition and accompanying website, takes an institution-wide look at black experiences at the university / Johns Hopkins Magazine