Maryland Philanthropy Network Open House
After a delay of 27 months, we are pleased to finally host an open house for members at our office space in Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood! Our customized 4,000-square-foot office features a polished and comfortable conference room (twice the size as our old one), casual meeting areas, an open kitchen, and over 100 feet of gallery space!
This space and relocation wouldn’t have been possible without the generous supporters of the 2020 Fund to Advance Impact. Thank you!
During the open house, we invite you to tour our offices and convening spaces, experience our first art installations - The Photographer is Listening by Edwin Remsberg and Positive Connection by G.M. Webb, all while enjoying light fare with friends and colleagues as we establish the new center for philanthropy in Maryland.
This event is for Maryland Philanthropy Network members only. Space is limited to 25 members.
Attendees will be required to show proof of vaccination (via photo, app, or vaccination card) upon entry. Masks are encouraged while not eating and drinking. Click here for directions. Parking is available on-site. Car-pooling or the use of a ride-share/public transit is encouraged.
About Edwin Remsberg
The Photographer is Listening: Edwin Remsberg’s Images of Musical Traditions includes 25 photographs representing traditional musicians documented by Remsberg in his work with Maryland Traditions, the state folklife program. Each photograph will be accompanied by a QR code linking to a multimedia presentation about the artist.
About G.M. Webb
Positive Connection includes 5 wire sculptures created using G.M. Webbs self-developed “webbing technique” of connecting wire together without using welding or soldering. When finished, the average sculpture can contain 500-800 wire strands of varying lengths, gauges, and colors.