History in a Glass - New Venue

Carroll Museums Annual History in a Glass
relocation information


Out of respect for the recent events in the City, the uncertainty with the curfew, and for the safety of our guests, vendors and staff the Carroll Museums has move its May 7th History in a Glass event to the historic mansion, The Cloisters at 10440 Falls Road.  

History in a Glass is such a critical part of Carroll Museum's financial well-being. We hope you will be able to stick with us through this relocation and help us celebrate on Thursday all the amazing progress that has been made at the Carroll Mansion and Phoenix Shot Tower - and the upcoming projects that promise to make the following years even better.

As a member of Baltimore's cultural community, we work very hard at the Museums to protect and promote the places that matter to Baltimore's historic identity and pull from them their full potential to make Baltimore's future great. Your support and attendance at our annual event goes a long way in supporting that effort.

If you have any questions, please contact me at phankins@carrollmuseums.org

Thank you and see you Thursday!

To register for History in a Glass 2015, click HERE.

Thank you to our Benefit Committee: Arthur Bell CPAs, Ayers Saint Gross, Margaret Burri, Joanna Miskelly Cox and David Cox, Katie and Stuart Gray, Linda and George Kline, Greg Koutek, Second Century Homes LLC.
Rescheduled: Transformation Opening Reception May 8 from 7pm-9pm

Due to the recent Baltimore City curfew in effect until next week, Carroll Museums has rescheduled the opening reception for Transformation until May 8 from 7pm-9pm. 

We hope to see everyone there!

Poetry in a Very Old House: Workshop and Reading

Come join us for our very first literary event of the year on April 23 from 7pm-9pm. The event will take place at Carroll Mansion. 

The night will consist of readings and a workshop session. 

Participants will engage in a workshop focusing on the concepts of poetry and time, before setting out on their own and writing their own poems. If they chose, they may share this poem with the group afterward, in an informal environment. 

Workshop leader Tim Paggi is an MFA candidate and graduate teaching assistant at University of Baltimore. His book Work Ethic is available from InkPress Productions.


Tim Paggi 
Guest TBA

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Carroll Museums
800 E. Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21202