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Free Fall Baltimore 2020

Enjoy free arts and cultural events around Baltimore during Free Fall Baltimore in October. The annual celebration features free events from participating venues and organizations throughout Baltimore City. The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA), BGE and Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) is presenting this annual celebration of arts and culture with virtual and in-person events around the city.

Free Fall Baltimore is held each October, in conjunction with National Arts and Humanities Month, and showcases the importance of the arts with concerts, dance and theater performances, festivals, lectures, workshops, art exhibitions, and special events.


This year, Free Fall Baltimore occurs as a hybrid of virtual and small in-person events. The celebration lasts all month through Saturday, October 31, 2020.

The kick-off event is a lecture with Aaron Henkin of WYPR on Friday, October 2, at 1 p.m. Register here for the virtual program. Henkin will take viewers behind the scenes of “Out of the Blocks,” a series exploring Baltimore block by block and meeting the people of the city.

Additional Free Fall Baltimore event highlights this month include: behind-the-scenes
virtual access to the studios of Baltimore-based artists during the 32nd annual Baltimore Open Studio Tour; art exhibitions from the Hot Sauce Artist Collective; the second annual
Baltimore Jazz Conference by the Baltimore Jazz Alliance. There will also be virtual performances from the Strand Theater Company and Rapid Lemon Productions; the Black Film Festival and Youth Art Exhibit, hosted by Catherine’s Family and Youth Services; and many more arts and cultural programs.

Head to freefallbaltimore.org for the full schedule of events in October.

Find more fun for your whole family at our daily Calendar of Events!

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