John Waters says, “If you’ve got one whip it out and show it now.”

Home movies
Home movie night

Reason #687 that I love the Baltimore Museum of Art:

Dust off your favorite home movies and be part of the Community Celebration to open the BMA’s new Center for People & Art and the inaugural exhibitionImagining Home.

Submit your home movies by Monday, October 5 to be considered for the screening on October 25. For questions about the submission process, the screening, and to drop off film and video at the museum, please contact Jessica Braiterman at 443-573-1836 or

John Waters on home movies

Artists will be notified by Thursday, October 15. Films not selected may be picked up at the museum between October 15 and Oct 25. Selected films may be picked up at the museum between Oct 26 and Nov 9. Please arrange pick up times with Jessica Braiterman. The event is produced in collaboration with the Center for Home Movies.

You’ll find additional information on the inaugural exhibition here>

The Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Museum Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
Telephone: (443) 573-1700 TDD: (410) 396-4930

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