Dan People, Liberia
Chair

VIEW AFRICAN ART:

The Museum exhibits African art year round reflecting various themes that demonstrate the diversity of Africa. Items exhibited include traditional and contemporary African art objects.

VISIT AFRICA:

Travel with the Museum on its annual AFRICAN* tour to various African nations. 



*African Fling Rich In Culture, Art & Networking®

BECOME A MEMBER OF THE MUSEUM AND THE FRIENDS OF THE BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON JAZZfest:

Museum memberships are available beginning $20.00 annually and carry benefits to include free Museum admission, notice of Museum events and discounts at the Museum's Shop, the African Merchant.

 

ENJOY JAZZ AND FRIENDS OF BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON JAZZfest:

JAZZ is an American art form whose origin is in the traditional music of Africa. Jazz events sponsored by the Museum's Friends of the Baltimore-Washington JAZZfest are educational and celebratory experiences which highlight this historical connection. The Baltimore-
Washington JAZZfest membership benefits include corresponding membership in the Museum, Quarterly jazz events and discounted tickets for select jazz events. Memberships begin at $50.00 annually.

PARTICIPATE IN YOUTH
AND
FAMILY EVENTS:

Enjoy hands-on African art activities, visit the African Embassies, participate in craft-making designed for youth 6 to 12 and families.

ATTEND THE DIPLOMATIC CELEBRATION:

A traditional African attire or black tie evening of splendor celebrates the anniversary of the founding of the Museum.

JOIN THE CULTURAL ARTS CIRCLE OF AAMM:
Encourages the appreciation, enjoyment and subsequent promotion of literature, film, lectures and select other artistic expression reflecting Africa.
VISIT THE MUSEUM'S STORE, THE AFRICAN MERCHANT:

The Museum's store carries a distinctive line of African and African-inspired items to include jewelry, textiles, artworks and books.

VOLUNTEER:

Have 4 or more hours a month? Consider volunteering with the Museum's corps of Volunteers, comprised of multi-talented individuals who, according to their desires and the Museum needs, staff the Museum and store, conduct tours (in-museum and outreach), volunteer skills in photography, videography and administrative operations. Volunteers serve in weekday, weekend or evening capacity.

ATTEND EVENTS OF THE INSTITUTE OF AFRICAN COMMERCE & CULTURE:

Exists to support and benefit exclusively the Museum by undertaking and engaging in activities on behalf of the Museum, to include major fundraisers, research and public programs.



 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Fax: (410)730-7105
E-mail: Africanartmuseum@Erols.com

 

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