There is a real sense of community among the members of JJC who all share a passion for African-American and African art.
JJC is one of the oldest African-American museum support groups in the country. Named after an 18th-century African-American portrait painter who lived and worked in Maryland, its mission is to forge meaningful connections between Baltimore’s African-American communities and the BMA by promoting and highlighting the achievements of African-American artists.
For more information call 443-573-1816.
JJC Membership offers a wide range of opportunities for active participation within a network of friends and colleagues dedicated to art, education, community, and family. . JJC programs and meetings take place on the second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m.
JJC programs include:
- Conversations with artists, curators, collectors, and gallery owners
- Summer internship program
- Studio and gallery visits
- Art acquisitions
- Jazz in the Sculpture Garden
Thursday, October 9
Curator Ann Shafer will present a gallery talk on the On Paper: Alternate Realities exhibition.
Gallery Talk & Workshop
Thursday, November 13
BMA Manager of Community Engagement Jessica Braiterman will lead an in-gallery discussion and workshop on Nick Cave’s Soundsuit.
Thursday, December 11
Joshua Johnson Council Holiday Party
For more information, call 443-573-1816.
Call 443-573-1834 for more information.