A Message from the BMA

Update on COVID-19 (6/22/2020)

The BMA remains closed. Our sculpture garden will reopen at 10am on Wednesday, June 24. (for more details, click here.) We are working to safely welcome guests back into our galleries. Please check back soon for updates. The BMA has also canceled all public events and programs through May, and our satellite location at Lexington Market will be closed during this time as well. We look forward to reopening to the public for regular museum hours when it deemed safe by state health officials. We encourage you to check our website before planning a visit.

Please follow us on Instagram and Facebook or subscribe to our email list to engage with our 2020 Vision initiative and the works in our collection during these next few weeks.

Update on Events and Public Program (3/11/2020)

As the COVID-19 situation has evolved, we've decided it is in the best interest of the communities we serve to cancel or postpone all upcoming public programs through April 12. Please see below for a complete list of cancelled or postponed events.

Event Cancellations and Postponements

  • Free Family Sundays on March 15, March 22, March 29, April 5, and April 12 are canceled.
  • Members Opening Party on March 14 is canceled.
  • Open Hours: How We Get Through: A Celebration of Black Women’s Language on March 14 is canceled.
  • 2020 Vision Community Celebration on March 15 is postponed. Please check back in the upcoming weeks for the new date.
  • Docent-led tours are suspended through April 12.
  • Portrait Workshop with SHAN Wallace at BMA Lexington Market on March 26 and March 28 are canceled.
  • Card-Making Workshop with Jermain Bell on March 21 presented by the JJC is canceled.
  • The May 13 Necessity of Tomorrow(s) event will be rescheduled in October.

If you have any questions, please email the BMA at visitors@artbma.org.

Resources

CDC — https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

State of Maryland — https://phpa.health.maryland.gov/Pages/Novel-coronavirus.aspx

City of Baltimore — https://health.baltimorecity.gov/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov