Oct 8, 2016-Sept 3, 2017
Raise a toast with us for our 21st birthday and our new visual feast in
the original art exhibition Yummm! The History, Fantasy, and Future of Food. Inside Yummm! 35
visionary artists join forces with food scientists, farmers, nutritionists, environmental activists, psychologists, poets and humorists to publicly explore humankind's complex, multi-layered relationship with food. Featuring artwork by Paul Vilja, Gil Batle, Wayne Coyne, Christian Twamley, Jerry Beck, Wendy Brackman, Ramon Alejandro, Ruby C. Williams, Jim Buhler, Joe Bello, Bernard Stiegler, Craig Norton, Women of York, and many more.
Behold the Sights and Wonders Just Ahead!
- AVAM's Wedding Happy Hour
Thursday, March 30, 2017 • 5:30pm – 8pm
FREE for Couples & Guests (pre-registration required)
Enjoy delicious food and cocktails as you meet some of Baltimore's BEST wedding vendors at this intimate show – now in its 16th year! Connect with a host of Caterers, Photographers, Videographers, Wedding Planners, DJs, and loads more, all in one of Baltimore's sweetest places to tie the knot.
Stories in Plastic
- Saturday, April 1, 2017
• 12:00pm–4:00pm FREE with
museum admission • 2nd floor Main Building
Be amazed by plastic trash: the colorful thermoplastic junk of our throwaway culture!
Meet the collaborative team behind One Plastic Beach and make your own
artful arrangement of plastic in the AVAM gallery.
2017 The Logan Visionary Conference: FOOD, From Crisis to Innovative
- Sunday, April 2, 2017
• Doors open at 12:30 • Program begins at 1 • FREE to
public (pre-registration is requested) • 3rd floor, JRVC
Our 2017 conference explores: agricultural sustainability and
sanctity, visionary ideas as to the enhanced future of food, and great
take home information for better nutrition, fitness and wellbeing.
Our founder & director Rebecca Alban Hoffberger featured in the New York Times
Rebecca Alban Hoffberger spoke with The New York Times about the history of AVAM and what makes our museum unique and a visual delight of creative, intuitive and self-taught artistry. Thanks for the recognition, NYT! Read her full interview here.