See events listings at the monthly calendar listings from Baltimore's independent voice of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning community - published bi-weekly every other Friday by Pride Media Limited, and delivered throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
Films at the Charles Theater, 1711 North Charles Street, some with gay themes among the foreign, art house and independent films of all kinds that screen here; plus Film Festivals, Revival Series, The Met Opera series, and Le Cinémathèque, a French cineclub collaboration with La Maison Française of the Embassy of France.
Film screenings at their 414-SEAT AUDITORIUM in the original Parkway Theatre and two smaller 85-seat theaters. Curated, bold programming showcasing films from every era, region, and genre, with a focus on independent, international, documentary, classic, and cult-favorite films, providing audiences with a fresh and immersive new window into the art form.
November 7, 2020 - January 9, 2021. Celebrating Creative Alliance's 25th anniversary, bringing affordable art to the community. Exhibition on display in the main gallery of Creative Alliance features artists including Joyce Scott, Timothy App, Jo Smail, Schroeder Cherry, Jerry Prettyman, and Norman Galinsky, Most pieces of art are $500 or less!
November 14, 2020, noon-midnight. 12 hours of IMsLBB fun, raising funds to propel us into the future with Gen 5! A full day of content includes panels, performances, art, poetry, demos, a game show, interviews, cooking, dancing, classes and a puppet show! Learn about all of the fun things we have in store at:
June 18-20, 2021 (TBC). Three-day program of Gay Lesbian Community Center of Baltimore. SAT Parade and Charles North Festival Block Party in Station North with entertainment and vendors. SUN Pride Festival at Druid Hill Park with entertainment and vendors. See website for details.
September 18, 2021 (TBC), Saturday 11am-7pm annual event each 2nd or 3rd weekend. Hampden Village Merchants Association neighborhood arts festival, on/around W 36th St. 3 stages of music & art performances, emerging artist exhibit, film festival, 4 blocks of arts/crafts vendors, food, antiques, and more from local merchants and artists.
September 25, 2021 (TBC), 8pm. The festival honors and awards the best filmmakers in the Greater Baltimore region. Selected short films will inspire audiences to view film and video through a uniquely Baltimore lens.