October 1, 1:00 pm
Don’t forget to join Baltimore Architecture Foundation for Mapping Baltimore Apartheid, a zoom webinar presented by Dr. Lawrence T Brown, author of “The Black Butterfly”. Dr. Brown will put Baltimore under a microscope, looking at the causes of segregation and drawing on extensive research of data and policy. Brown will demonstrate how data visualization can be a tool to distribute resources to communities in need, and speak to the roles of design, planning, and preservation in healing and restoring redlined Black neighborhoods.
Doors Open Baltimore 2021 includes virtual and in person programs throughout the month of October.
In Person Tours
BAF is excited to offer in person tours again! In person tours have limited capacity. If you sign up for a tour and cannot make it, please release your ticket so another person can sign up. BAF is also taking precautions in response to COVID-19. Policies can be found on the event registration pages.
Virtual programs are marked with a monitor icon. The majority of virtual programs are live and hosted on Zoom and Facebook Live. A handful of programs are “On Demand” and available to watch whenever you like. Missed an event? Most of our programs will be recorded and posted to our Youtube Channel. You can also find recording of all Doors Open 2020 programs.
SAY IT LOUD Maryland Exhibition
Doors Open Baltimore 2021 will be the first to include the Baltimore Center for Architecture and Design, located at One Charles Center and BAF’s new home. Visitors can see the SAY IT LOUD Maryland exhibition spotlighting the contributions of Maryland’s diverse designers to the built environment. The exhibition opens in person on October 1. You can make an appointment here.