Browse Exhibits (14 total)
This exhibition of photographic prints and negatives contains images of Baltimore buildings, monuments, and street scenes taken by Blakeslee-Lane, Inc. circa 1930-1961.
forEva highlights the history of Baltimore’s longest-running professional Dance Company, the Baltimore Dance Theater. This exhibit consists of 36 selected photographs, documents, and audiovisual material from the Eva Anderson's Baltimore Dance Theater Collection (ca. 1970-2016) held by the Special Collections and Archives, University of Baltimore. This exhibit was curated by Deyane Moses, 2018-2019 intern.
This exhibit provides a sampling of television news clips from WMAR-TV in Baltimore, Maryland. The selected video clips feature images of life in Maryland's Eastern Shore. WMAR-TV was the first television station in Baltimore and the eleventh in the United States. Its first broadcast aired on October 30, 1947.
This exhibit provides a sampling of television news clips from WMAR-TV in Baltimore, Maryland. The selected video clips relate broadly to themes of labor and poverty in city life between 1968 and 1970. WMAR-TV was the first television station in Baltimore and the eleventh in the United States. Its first broadcast aired on October 30, 1947.
This exhibit examines community opposition to expressway construction in Baltimore during the 1970s through the organizational records of the Movement Against Destruction (MAD). Founded in 1968 as a coalition of 25 neighborhood and community groups, MAD's leaders included George and Carolyn Tyson, Barbara Mikulski, Walter Orlinsky, Norman Reeves, and Parren Mitchell.
This digital exhibit highlights 120 images from the Model Urban Neighborhood Demonstration (MUND) program in Baltimore, Maryland from 1968-1971. The images were selected from approximately 5,000 black and white 35 mm film negatives contained in the Model Urban Neighborhood Demonstration Records (MUND), at the University of Baltimore Special Collections & Archives. The exhibit also features selected video news clips from the WMAR-TV Collection.
This exhibit presents documentation related to Baltimore's urban renewal efforts during the 1960s. The files include correspondence, speeches, editorials, newsletters, flyers, and maps from Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Renewal plans for the neighborhoods of Bolton Hill and Mount Vernon are highlighted, along with responses from neighborhood residents and homeowners' associations.
This exhibit provides an introduction to the work of Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. (BNI) around issues of racial integration in housing and tenants' rights from the 1950s to the 2000s.
This exhibit presents text and selected images from the Poppleton Historic Survey, conducted in 1975 by Phoebe B. Stanton for the Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development. Items in this exhibit are from the Greater Baltimore Committee Records.
This exhibit examines collective ownership of artists' live-work spaces in Baltimore, Maryland’s Station North Arts and Entertainment District. The interviews were conducted between October 2012 and July 2013 with artists and residents of the Cork Factory warehouse at 1601 Guilford Avenue.
This exhibit explores the collection of the League of Women Voters of Baltimore City and celebrates the legacy and centennial of Women's Suffrage. Through a mixture of photographs and documents from the League's archive this digital exhibition seeks to communicate how the League has devoted itself to the city of Baltimore through various women-led events, initiatives, and programs. Culminating in a legacy of non-partisan political engagement and social activism for over a century.
This exhibit highlights the history and impact of the Baltimore Cultural Arts Program (CAP). The exhibit includes a timeline of events and features archival photographs and records documenting the CAP artists and programs between 1964 and 1993.