Canceled | Maryland Philanthropy Network's Open House
Out of an abundance of caution and the networking nature of this event, we have decided to cancel our Open House. Please see our Statement on COVID-19 for details about how we are approaching this unfolding health crisis.
We are pleased to officially welcome members and partners to our new 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 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 pieces by GM Webb, and enjoy light fare with friends and colleagues as we establish the new center for philanthropy in Maryland.
This program is for Maryland Philanthropy Network members and invited guests only.
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 GM Webb
Almost 20 years ago, Webb began twisting and fashioning scrap wire into athletes, animals and musicians as an artistic activity to entertain his then-young daughters. Today, Webb’s sculptures, which include a variety of wire materials such as aluminum, artistic, copper, stainless steel and magnet, are based on his original technique he calls Webbing.