Community Celebration for Mark Bradford: Tomorrow Is Another Day at The Baltimore Museum of Art

Celebrate the U.S. debut of Mark Bradford: Tomorrow Is Another Day, described by The New York Times as “a loose journey of self-discovery that can be read in mythological or biographical terms or, often, both at once.”

In parallel with his studio practice, Bradford is deeply engaged with social issues, working closely with a number of communities to help understand and support their needs unique needs and provide access to broader experiences and opportunities.

The Community Celebration highlights the Greenmount West Power Press, a program operating out of Baltimore’s Greenmount West Community Center (GWCC), and initiated by Bradford in conjunction with Tomorrow Is Another Day. Through the Power Press, community members of all ages can receive training to design, produce, and sell screen-printed t-shirts, tote bags, and posters.

September 22 · 1:00pm – 5:00pm Free Admission

free activities, include:

Mark Bradford in conversation with Director Christopher Bedford and Senior Curator Katy Seigel (3 PM)
Dance battle with GWCC children and teens (4 PM / All welcome to join! Register on-site the day of the event.)
Painting activity led by Pyramid Atlantic teaching artists (1-5 PM)
Podcast recording with GWCC youth (2-4 PM)
Greenmount West Community Center’s Lemonade Stand (1-3 PM)
Light fare catered by City Seeds, a Humanim social enterprise that provides skills training and living wage jobs for individuals with barriers to employment (1-3 PM)
Screen-printing demonstrations with Greenmount West Power Press (1-5 PM)
Voter Registration with Black Girls Vote (1-5 PM)
And more!

Mark Bradford, 2017. © Mark Bradford. Photo: Carlos Avendaño