Programs & Events

A History of Poppleton (Doors Open Baltimore)

Friday, October 29 | 1:00 - 1:30 pm | Donation Based Learn about the history of Poppleton with Professor Nicole King (Department of American Studies, UMBC). King has worked with local residents and preservationists to document the important Black history of Poppleton, which has been threatened by slum clearance, urban renewal, highway construction, and redevelopment. […]

SAY IT LOUD Exhibition Opening Reception

The Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Baltimore), the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF), and the Baltimore Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (Bmore NOMA) announce the physical opening of SAY IT LOUD Maryland, a new exhibition spotlighting the contributions of diverse designers to Maryland’s built environment. The exhibition includes 45 […]

Black Women Build – Project & Organization Tour

Thu, Apr 21 | Location is TBD Black Women Build - Project & Organization Tour Bmore NOMA and AIA Baltimore present an in-person tour with Black Women Build-Baltimore. Black Women Build-Baltimore was founded in 2017 by Shelley Halstead who believes that for Black women to build intergenerational wealth, with the inherent security and prosperity it […]

Reimagine Middle Branch Kayak Tour

The vision for Middle Branch includes a community-driven initiative to reconnect South Baltimore to its 11+ miles of shoreline along the Patapsco River ( Please join AIA Baltimore Committee on the Environment and the Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks for a kayak tour of the Middle Branch. Brad Rogers of the South Baltimore […]

Doors Open Baltimore 2022

Dates: Oct. 1 & 2 Launched in 2014, Doors Open Baltimore is the citywide festival of architecture and neighborhoods, hosted by the Baltimore Architecture Foundation. Doors Open Baltimore celebrates Baltimore’s architecture and neighborhoods, and encourages residents and visitors to explore the Baltimore. Open House tours return October 1, 2022, along with guided tours on October […]

Masonry Retrofit Passive House Tour

Construction Tour Thursday, October 20, 2022, 4:00 – 5:30 pm Location: 2239 Kirk Avenue, Baltimore, MD Street parking is available The Compound is a non-profit founded in 2010 with the goal of turning a derelict forklift factory in the distressed East Baltimore Midway neighborhood into a hub for community engagement and the arts. Today, the […]

USGBC MD Presents: Lexington Market Building Tour

December 1, 2022, 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM EST Lexington Market 400 W Lexington Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 REGISTER HERE   See how sustainability has played a central role in the redevelopment of the longest continuously operating indoor public market in the U.S. AT-DOOR REGISTRATION WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR THIS TOUR. REGISTRATION CLOSES NOV. […]

40TEN Site Tour: Baltimore’s First Modern Mass Timber Construction

January 17, 2023 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM EST 4010 Boston Street Baltimore, MD 21224 REGISTER HERE   Come join us for a construction walkthrough of 40Ten, the first mass timber office building in Baltimore. Come join us for a construction walkthrough of 40Ten, the first mass timber office building in Baltimore. We’ll talk about heavy […]

Inner Harbor Ecotour (1.0 LU)

Join AIA Baltimore's Committee on the Environment for a walking tour of the Inner Harbor focused on the area's green infrastructure. A Healthy Harbor EcoTour is a one-hour walking tour around the Baltimore Inner Harbor promenade. Our group will be escorted by a representative of Waterfront Partnership's Healthy Harbor who will interpret environmental projects along […]

Building Tour – GBMC’s Louis & Phyllis Friedman Building (Promise Project)

Join AIA Baltimore's Health & Wellness committee for a tour of the brand-new Cancer Institute at GBMC. Participants will receive a guided, pre-opening tour of new construction at Greater Baltimore Medical Center's Louis & Phyllis Friedman Building. Known as the “Promise Project,” a three-story, 117,000 square-foot building will replace older inpatient rooms and create a new […]

Maryland Club Tour

The Maryland Club formed in 1857, when workboats, sailing ships, and steamboats jammed Baltimore harbor. Political parties frequently met here to nominate candidates for President, and citizens proudly referred to the place as “the monumental city.” After the Civil War, as the club flourished, and the city expanded northward, the governors purchased a vacant lot on the […]

Cross Keys Redevelopment Tour

Since James Rouse opened it in 1965, The Village of Cross Keys has remained a premier gathering place with boutique shops, eateries, and a variety of local businesses. Register here to join the Baltimore Architecture Foundation for a tour of the newly revitalized areas of this historic "see and be seen" meeting spot for people […]