This is the first blog post in a two part series about processing the Eva Anderson’s Baltimore Dance Theater Collection in the Special Collections & Archives The Special Collections & Archives are excited to announce that the Eva Anderson’s Baltimore Continue reading From the Archives: the Eva Anderson’s Baltimore Dance Theater Collection
We all have favorite childhood memories, stories, books, and television shows. If you were a child in Baltimore, Columbia, or the surrounding region during the late 1980s or 1990s, one of your favorite TV shows may have been “It’s Kindertime” Continue reading From the Archives: Do You Know About “The Kinderman?”
Dance Troupe, 1972. Robert Breck Chapman Collection. Via flickr When I decided last week to do a seasonal library display of items in Special Collections with a theme of “summertime leisure”, I couldn’t imagine a fluffier, less serious topic. I Continue reading The Other Side of Summer
Langsdale’s own Angela Rodgers-Koukoui will be a guest on Thursday’s (July 14th) edition of Humanities Connection on WYPR, 88.1 at 4:45 p.m. Angela, an archival technician in Special Collections, will talk about her lifelong involvement with Baltimore’s Cultural Arts Program, Continue reading This Thursday: Langsdale on the Radio!
(Photo by Gavin St. Ours) Midtown Baltimore prepares to welcome the 32nd year of Artscape, billed as “America’s largest free arts festival.” The festival runs July 19-21, but street closures and parking restrictions have already begun to take effect. Need Continue reading It’s Artscape Time Again
When Artscape rises from the Baltimore streets, do you run to the hills, or go “downy oshun” to avoid it, or embrace its sights and sounds and aromas? Artscape is the biggest free open air art festival in the country. Continue reading Artscape is coming! Artscape is coming!