MW2014 After-hours Calendar

For those who want to B’more every minute of #MW2014, here are some suggestions for local evening locales and events during the conference.

Know better? Add your tips in the comments below!

Fell’s Point (downtown, east of Inner Harbor)

Accessible via free Charm City Circulator Orange and Green Routes: Weekday operation til 9pm, weekend 12am

Clipper Mill (far uptown)

Accessible via light rail, which runs til 1:30am weekdays, later on weekends.

Hampden/Remington (uptown)

Mount Vernon (midtown)

Accessible via free Charm City Circulator, Purple Route

  • Owl Bar at the historic Belvedere Hotel

Station North (Intersection of Charles and North Ave)

Accessible via free Charm City Circulator, Purple Route


APRIL 1, TUESDAY =====================================

Maryland Art Place (MAP) participatory

7:00 AM-midnight

  • Out of Order ARTISTS! Installation Day Any artist is welcome to hang one original work of art on the first come, first served installation day, taking place on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 from 7am – midnight. No need to sign up in advance, just come by MAP’s first floor gallery space @ 218 West Saratoga Street, in the  Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District. For auction.


  • Edible Book Festival – noon, Bunting Building;
  • Glimmer & Gloom, talk, 7-9 pm, Graduate Center auditorium 131 W. North Avenue. Michelle Handelman is a video installation artist, filmmaker, photographer, performer, writer, and professor. She uses video, live performance, and photography to make confrontational works that explore the sublime in its various forms of excess and nothingness. She is an associate professor at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and a 2011 Guggenheim Fellow. Sponsored by: MA in Critical Studies as part of the graduate colloquium on “Totem and Taboo.
  • Little Shop of Horrors
: Thursdays through Sundays, April 3-13, 8 p.m. 
The Gateway: BBOX, 1601 W. Mount Royal Ave. 
Tickets: $10, students; $15 general admission 
Tickets will be available at the MICA Store (1200 W. Mount Royal Ave.) and online at Rivals of the West (
This spring, MICA’s student theater company Rivals of the West produces the smash Broadway and worldwide hit musical, Little Shop of Horrors. This funky and tuneful play features 11 of MICA’s best singers be-bopping their way through the acclaimed score and talented student-artists’ own innovative and spectacular design of the giant people-eating plant, Audrey Two.

The WindUp Space

  • Baltimore Design Conversation 6-9 pm
  • Out Of Your Head – Improvised and Experimental Music Collective Every odd week Tuesday of each month a new group is formed from the collective’s 30+ members to improvise in what is always a brand new, one-time-only ensemble.  Music happens in two sets from 9:30pm until Midnight and is always FREE. 9:30pm – midnight

The Crown

Tue, April 1, 9pm – Wed, April 2, 1am. Weekly on Tuesday

  • Karaoke Forever

APRIL 2, WEDNESDAY ===================================

WindUp Space

The Contemporary/Springsteen Gallery

Metro Gallery

1700 North Avenue 8pm

APRIL 3, THURSDAY ================================

Walters Art Museum

  • Super Thursday: In Full Bloom 05:00 PM–09:00 PM. Art, fashion, flowers, libations, and music come together in the beautiful Sculpture Court. Fashion show, floral arrangements and the special exhibition “Designed for Flowers: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics”. Free and open to the public.


  • KIn & Cargo: Exploring Baltimore’s Sister Cities Reception: Friday, April 4, 6-8 pm. Curated by: Ashley Molese ’14. Exploring the Sister City relationships that Baltimore shares with cities, including Rotterdam, Kawasaki, Luxor, Piraeus, and Xiamen. An exhibition in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor showcases objects contributed by residents of these port cities.

Creative Alliance

3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224

  • RAW Baltimore presents Spectrum, a bi-monthly multi-genre group exhibition featuring a variety of 30+ local emerging artists.18+, cocktail attire. Tickets available online. 8pm Adv. $15 Door: $20

Metro Gallery

1700 North Avenue 8pm

JHU Museum Studies meetups/#drinkingaboutmuseums
206 W. Pratt St. , 6:30-8:00

APRIL 4, FRIDAY ====================================

Creative Alliance

3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224 Gallery hours: Tue-Sat, 11am-7pm

Amalie Rothschild Gallery

  • MICA MFA candidate exhibits conceptual sculpture in conjunction with his MFA Thesis.

Red Room

  • NYC’s bizarre, exploratory Pet Bottle Ningen with guest member computer master Chuck Bettis. Repertoire features a diverse world of sketches, melody, counterpoint, rhythm, noise and sonic curiosity which are displayed on their debut recording on Tzadik records, 8:30 pm $6

Save Your Soul Night

  • Monthly dance party, Lithuanian Hall, 851 Hollins Street 8:30 pm –1:30 am: $10 for the Lithuanian Hall membership, $5 a visit after that.

Creative Alliance

3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224å

  • Clowns ‘n’ Gals – Quest Visual Theater  $17. Clown Cabaret, a fun-motivated alliance of clowns from the Baltimore/Washington area premiere The Heist, a short clown larceny comedy directed by acclaimed vaudevillian Mark Lonegran of NYC’s adored clown theater company Parallel Exit. Clown Cabaret’sRich Potter, Matthew Pauli, and Karen Beriss have been described as “Very, very funny” by the Washington City Paper and “High octane slapstick” by DC Theater Scene – See more at: 

An Die Musik

409 North Charles Street,
 Second Floor

  • Baltimore Composers Forum & Atlantic Guitar Quartet and Itkus (NY based percussion group) 7:30-9:00. Hear music with themes ranging from optimism to dinosaurs and styles ranging from classical to folk-inspired to music with props. The Atlantic Guitar Quartet and Iktus Percussion, and oboist Spnja Winkler, will perform music by Baltimore Composers Forum members. Tickets: $15 general, $10 students and seniors (cash only at the door). There will be a post-concert wine reception with the musicians and composers.

Maryland Art Place

218 West Saratoga Street

  • 7- 10pm Silent Auction (regional artists) and afterparty $50 at the door

APRIL 5, SATURDAY =============================

Baltimore Museum of Art

  • Black Box: Camille Henrot March 5 – June 15, 2014, Installation. “[Grosse Fatigue features] … an expanding field of images that pop up, roil, collide, and implode across a computer screen, a digital tabula rasa that itself perpetually reinvents the world …” – ARTFORUM open Saturday until 6

Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower

  • Studios open Saturday 12-4
  • Clockroom tours ($5) on the half hour, 11:30-2:30 (not handicapped accessible)

Metro Gallery

1700 North Avenue 8pm

Area 405

  • Area 405 Exhibition As with an oblique angle where two lines coming from different directions share a common endpoint, InDirect Effect brings two artists together whose disparate points of departure ultimately intersect. Gallery hours:  Fridays, 4-7pm, noon-3Pm on Saturdays & Sundays

Creative Alliance

3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224

  • Passion Productions is proud to present “MS. GOOSE AND THE NAUGHTY TAILS”. Las Vegas comes to Baltimore in this glittering, sensual Vegas style show girl revue featuring aerial performances the fabulous lead Las Vegas Showgirl, Robin Miller….will leave the audience feeling like they just witnessed “the best kept secret” of the provocative world of Burlesque/ Cabaret. 8pm. $40, $35 mbrs. Adv tix sug.

An Die Musik

409 North Charles Street,
Second Floor

  • Chelsey Green and the Green Project 7:30-8:30 Tickets: $15 in advance/$18 at door. Performing music that could be described as “Classical Soul,” Chelsey Green and The Green Project give the violin an electrifying new voice and bring the unmatched tone, richness and vibrancy of acoustic violin playing to audiences in a way they have never experienced.


  • XIX: Experimental Fashion Event
Saturday, April 5, 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
2640 (St. John’s Church), 2640 Saint Paul St.
Tickets: $7, available at the MICA Store (1200 W. Mount Royal Ave., and; limited tickets will be sold at the door for $10.
At XIX: Experimental Fashion Event, artists and designers from the Fiber Department’s Multi Media Event class work collaboratively to transform 2640 (St. John’s Church) into a venue for innovative fashion and costume design. During the event, students present their individually crafted garment-based works, pushing the boundaries of fashion and art. The fashion event represents a variety of concepts and skill sets, with work speaking to the performative nature of fashion and the merging of the runway, the stage and the theater of the streets. The evening will involve more than 200 people, including designers, and their hand-selected models and performers.

6 thoughts on “MW2014 After-hours Calendar

  1. As a dyed in the wool cricket fan, I’ve always been intrigued by baseball, so I’m severely tempted by the Orioles vs Red Sox game that’s on the Thursday night, about 200 yards from the hotel. You can just rock up on the day and buy a ticket, too. I’m down to demonstrate something during the Thursday evening for the first hour of the match or so, but if it’s anything like cricket it’ll go on for hours, won’t it? (Even a “short” cricket match lasts for three hours or more)… Plus missing some of the game won’t matter, as I won’t have a clue what’s happening, anyway!

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