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Monumental Baltimore I – Democracy Rising: The Monuments of Baltimore, 1809-1842
October 21, 2013 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
13th Annual Baltimore’s Great Architecture Lecture Series
Reception: Homewood Museum; Lecture: Mergenthaler Hall 111
5PM RECEPTION / 6PM LECTURE
MARY RYAN, Ph.D., a 19th-century urban historian and the John Martin Vincent Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University, will discuss the rival political ideologies expressed in Baltimore’s Washington and Battle monuments, the cornerstones of which were both laid in 1815, and the clashing interests that hovered around them in urban space.
This is the first lecture in Homewood Museum’s 13th anniversary season of its Baltimore’s Great Architecture lecture series, Monumental Baltimore, presented in association with AIA Baltimore 2013 Baltimore Architecture Month.
3-Lecture Series: $30 public; $20 Homewood & AIA members.
Individual talks: $12 public; $8 members.
Free for full-time students with valid ID.
Advance, pre-paid registration encouraged by calling 410.516.5589.
Walk-in registration based on availabity (cash or check only accepted at the door).
1 AIA/CES credit
Parking for this lecture is available in the Johns Hopkins Club parking lot (#41 on the campus parking map), accessible from San Martin Drive. Please note that you will need to take a ticket to activate the parking gate, however, the exit gate will be open so the ticket will not need to be validated.
Handicapped parking and the accessible entrance to Gilman Hall (#28) is available in the Greenhouse parking lot located directly behind Gilman Hall. Enter campus from Wyman Park Drive and follow the service drive past Mason Hall and the South Garage (the small yellow circle behind Gilman indicates accessible parking on the parking map). For questions, please call Homewood Museum at 410.516.5589.