Volunteer with the Baltimore Architecture Foundation and join a community of people who love architecture. There are many ways to get involved.
Reach out to a committee chair or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Chair: Dave Ditman, Retired teacher, HoCo Public Schools
The BAF Tours Committee meets every 2nd Tuesday alongside the AIA Baltimore Historic Resources Committee. The committee organizes architecture tours around Baltimore.
Lauren Meister, Assoc. AIA, Marshall Craft Associates
Melonee Quintanilla, LEED Green Associate, Ayers Saint Gross
Future Architects Resources (FAR)/Kids in Design serves as a vehicle for collaboration among professionals and educators (middle and secondary schools) towards the education of future architects and enlightened citizens of the built environment.
Charlie Duff, Jubilee Baltimore
The Dead Architects Society is the research committee of BAF, originally formed to uncover the lives of Baltimore’s first architects. It is responsible for many of its publications including our collection of Architect Biographies. Architectural history buffs welcome!
Volunteer Coordinator: Margaret De Arcangelis, Baltimore Museum of Industry
Doors Open Baltimore is Baltimore’s festival of architecture and neighborhoods that invites thousands of visitors to explore Baltimore’s neighborhoods, peek inside some of the city’s most stunning spaces, and make meaningful connections to the built environment and the people who design, build preserve and carry out amazing work in our city.
Doors Open Baltimore invites you to join our team of more than 200 volunteers who help make DOB one of Baltimore’s most exciting events. Go behind the scenes of the city’s most important buildings and see Baltimore like you’ve never seen it!