Public Programs and Events at the Walters
Experience the collection of the Walters Art Museum, with workshops, tours, concerts, seminars, lectures, special events and more.
With a world-renowned collection of art from five continents spanning 5,500 years, the Walters is ideally poised to bring you programs and events that give fresh insights into past civilizations and contemporary cultures in all their complexity.
For individuals with hearing disabilities. Many lectures and programs are conducted in the Graham Auditorium. Assistive listening devices are available from the Visitor Information Desk for all auditorium programs. Sign language interpretation can be provided with three-weeks advance notice. Tours and resources for disabled persons are also available.
For more information, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-547-9000, ext. 237.
Dates, times and topics are subject to change. Please check back online the day prior to an event to confirm the details.
Trained docents provide tours that are a perfect way to obtain more in-depth information about the artworks on view at the Walters.
The art isn't just on the walls. You can watch art happen at the Walters Art Museum, too. Join us for a variety of performances, scheduled throughout the year.
Make Night is a dynamic museum program blending good wine, craft beer, great company, and fantastic art-making experiences led by local creative minds.
The Walters Art Museum offers a wide variety of ways to talk about art and ideas, through our free and ticketed lectures, seminars, talks and classes.
Throughout the year, the Walters Art Museum hosts a variety of special and social events for visitors, members, and donors to mingle in the galleries and dance among the sculptures.
Members receive special access, discounts throughout the museum, and opportunities for enhanced learning and involvement.