Join AIA Baltimore and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation for the annual Schamu Golf Outing, Auto Classic and Lawn Party. Yes, a lawn party! This year we’re adding lawn games and lots of fun for everyone not playing golf. We’ll also have the classic car show and cocktail reception on the Elkridge Club porch where guests can enjoy Southsides and good food while admiring one-of-a-kind treasures dating from the Jazz Age to present day.
Our sponsors play a large part in making the annual outing a success. Attracting dozens of architects and other A/E/C professionals, the golf outing provides many great opportunities for corporate giving and marketing.
Join the Dead Architects Society of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) on March 25, 2019 to brainstorm how to best to support research on Baltimore’s built environment and past architects and builders. The kick-off brainstorming session will be held from 5:00 – 7:00 pm at the offices of SM+P Architects (1100 Cathedral St, Baltimore, MD 21201).
Baltimore, MD (February 25, 2019) – Each year the BAF selects a memorable space in Baltimore to throw its Groundhog Day Party to raise funds for our many programs, from fostering the next generation of architects, to promoting the value of Baltimore’s architectural legacy to the public.
The Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) is seeking an Event Planner for its 2019 Doors Open Baltimore event. The Event Planner is an independent contractor with the Baltimore Architecture Foundation.
The Gilded Age mansion at the southwest corner of Calvert and Biddle Streets, like any great mansion, has a past full of stories and interesting characters. It was built in 1891 for Theodore Hooper of the Hooper family that made their fortune manufacturing cotton duck three miles up the Jones Falls in Woodberry.
Celebrate a cherished winter tradition with the BAF—Groundhog Day. Mingle with fellow lovers of Baltimore architecture and party in a Mt. Vernon mansion that was home to some of Baltimore’s elite families and for most of its 128 year existence served as headquarters for the Society of St. Joseph of the Sacred Heart. The mansion is remarkably intact with much of its Gilded Age detailing, and symbolic references to the Josephites’ 87 years in the building.