(January 2, 2022) Throughout the year, pedestrians and motorists who pass by the MWHC headquarters at 333 N. Charles Street can view a rotating window exhibit that showcases the work of Maryland women artists. On Saturday January 15, 2022, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., we welcome all to a free opening reception for Baltimore’s legendary Griot Grandmother Edna, whose African American hand-sewn quilts will be on display in the window until February 22, 2022.

NOTE: Depending on the weather, much of this event will take place outdoors. The quilts in our display window are visible from the sidewalk. We welcome you to also visit our exhibit space indoors, if you wish. Masks and social distancing guidelines will be followed. 

Come meet the artist, see her traditional quilts and let us show you around our new exhibit space in the historic Marian House/Woman’s Industrial Exchange building

Griot Grandmother Edna
Free artist reception. All are welcome.
Saturday January 15, 2022
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Location: Maryland Women’s Heritage Center
Marian House/Woman’s Industrial Exchange
We follow all current CDC guidelines.