Baltimore, MD (September 14, 2017) – The Baltimore Architecture Foundation has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Baltimore National Heritage Area (BNHA) to support the Doors Open Baltimore program. The grant will help the BAF expand Doors Open Baltimore to two days in 2017 and present the event as a model for organizations across the state looking to start their own Doors Open programs.The Heritage Investment Grant (HIG) is funded by the U.S. Department of the Interior. This is the third grant the Baltimore Architecture Foundation has received from the Baltimore National Heritage Area.
The Baltimore Architecture Foundation is one of many worthy recipients, including:
- Port Discovery/Baltimore’s Children’s Museum (Port of Baltimore Exhibit)
- Baltimore Heritage, Incorporated (Baltimore Legacy Business Project)
- The Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture (Be Here – Baltimore Project)
- Baltimore Streetcar Museum (Mapping a New Route for the Museum Project)
- Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum: (Operating Support to Increase Visitorship)
- Poe House and Museum (Poe to Print Project)
- Baltimore Museum of Industry: (Update and Refresh the BMI Communications Exhibition)
- Walters Art Museum: (Reinstalling One West Mount Vernon Place)
- Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (Creating Spaces: Performing Artists in Sacred & Historical Places)
- Baltimore Operational Sail: (Social Media Program to Increase Visitorship to Historic Ships)
- Friends of Patterson Park: (Connecting Patterson Park Events to History)
Learn more about Doors Open Baltimore at http://doorsopenbaltimore.org/.
Learn more about the Baltimore National Heritage Area at http://explorebaltimore.org/.