View the Perseid meteor shower from the Highland Park Observatory where the skies are easily seen and you can get the best view! Bring your own telescope or view the sky through the observatory's!
Abigail Williams' last US Tour before breaking up! Abigail Williams will be playing at Here Today Gone Tomorrow along with Vesica Piscis, Legions of Hoar Frost, Conquer the Throne, and No Need for Armor All Ages! $10 cover
Test your smarts at Rotolos Trivia!
Free entry! Outdoor DJ and pool. Crafted cocktails and snacks! Bikinis and board shorts welcome! 21+
Prints generally exist as multiples, meaning there is more than one. While the artist decides how many impressions to make, a later printing may take place after a declared edition has been completed. LASM acquired a number of prints in its early years. Used to teach children about the various styles and movements in art, the collection includes originals as well as later editions and restrikes demonstrating the work of renowned European masters, such as Matisse, Picasso, and Renoir. On display through August 19.
The awesome wonder of the cosmos has inspired the human imagination for millennia. What we learn about the cosmos tells us not just where we are, but who we are. This unique NASA exhibit brings together fourteen of the most stunning, large-scale images from the Hubble Space Telescope. This exhibit was created through a unique collaboration between the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, MD, scientists and experts at the Space Telescope Science Institute(STSci), and the Johns Hopkins University. On display through August 31.
Replacing the canvas with the computer screen, John F. Simon, Jr. uses computer technology to create dynamic visual experiences rooted in art historical tradition. At the forefront of new media internationally since the 1990s, Simon writes his own computer code, basing it on the understanding that simple rules, activated and displayed on a screen, create more images than anyone can ever see in their lifetime. Inspired by the paintings and theories of European Modernists such as Joseph Albers, Paul Klee and Piet Mondrian, he creates imagery that is constantly evolving yet never repeating. On display through September 23.