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The Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) and Baltimore Heritage present a series of 30 minute live virtual tours and presentations focusing on Baltimore architecture, preservation and history. Join Lisa Keir for a history of the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion.Find out more »
Explore the intersection of architecture and new public health protocols through this hour-long conversation with three practitioners.This week, Baltimore Architecture Foundation and Baltimore Heritage are teaming up with the Baltimore Museum of Industry for a panel discussion about the future of the workplace. How will the design of the workplace have to change as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic? Explore the intersection of architecture and new public health protocols through this hour-long conversation with three practitioners.Find out more »
Baltimoreans celebrated atop Federal Hill when we ratified the U.S. Constitution. We used it to defend the city from the British in the War of 1812 and to make sure we stayed in the Union in the Civil War. We have even tunnelled under it to quarry minerals. Join us on a tour of Federal Hill and the neighborhood around it to learn about this waterfront community’s rich history, including stops at one of the last wooden houses in the city, the oldest house in Federal Hill, and the wonderful alley houses along Churchill Street.Find out more »
In the 54 years since the 1966 Historic Preservation Act, Historic Preservation has evolved into a sophisticated profession that has sought to holistically preserve our past through the careful study and recognition of America’s built environment. In Baltimore, historic preservation has become an essential component to neighborhood revitalization, leading Baltimore’s most successful neighborhood revitalization stories. But where are we now? Where is Historic Preservation going in Baltimore? Eric Holcomb, the Executive Director for the Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation, will lead a discussion on where the Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation (CHAP) is now, and the many initiatives currently underway.Find out more »