The Peale is open for special events and exhibitions throughout the renovation of the building’s exterior. Contact us about rentals or to propose future shows!
- July 8: Social Science Encounters design charrette led by the Omnimuseum Project.
- July 10–Aug 18: The Media Rhythm Institute, Summer Program for kids 8-18 in multimedia storytelling through Hip Hop songwriting and documentary making
August 14: On this day in 1814 Rembrandt Peale opened the doors to his Museum and Gallery of the Fine Arts. Stay tuned for Founder’s Day events and programs!
September 9: Be Here: Edu design charrette led by the Omnimuseum Project and the MuseWeb Foundation. We’re recruiting community members who would like to contribute to an upcoming exhibition and programming that will feature stories of Baltimore’s public schools and trace the roots of contemporary issues to segregation and the city’s Colored School system, including the Peale’s own past as Maryland’s first public high school for people of color.
- October 6-29: Birdland and the Anthropocene free exhibition and programs at the Peale and throughout the city, curated by Baker award winner Lynne Parks. The artists in the show offer creative solutions for mitigating human impact on the natural environment of the city, and bird populations in particular: for example by decorating windows and controlling light so that migrating flocks don’t run into glass in buildings.
- October 28-29: Doors Open Baltimore: Visit the Peale, its Birdland exhibition, and other historic buildings around the city – many of whom are rarely open – in this year’s extended Doors Open Baltimore weekend.
Past events and exhibitions
- March 30–May 14, 2017: “H.T. Darling’s Incredible Musaeum Presents: The Treasures of New Galapagos, Astonishing Aquisitions from the Perisphere” immersive theater from Submersive Productions.