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Baltimore Homecoming

Baltimore Conversations

July 9th @3:00PM – Arts & Culture Pivot

Tune in for a conversation on how Baltimore’s Arts & Culture organizations have been affected by the pandemic, responded to social unrest, and how each has adapted during such unprecedented times. Black Arts District (B.A.D.) – Lady Brion, Director; Arena Players – Joshua Dixon, Company Member; Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts – Donna Sawyer, CEO; Baltimore Center Stage – Stephanie Ybarra, Artistic Director; and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra – Allison Livingstone-Burr, Director of Development. Register here.

 

Links to full recordings:

Education in Uncertain Times (7/1/20)

The Inside Scoop (6/18/20)

Small Business Success (6/4/20)

The Film & TV Industry Rebounds (5/28/20)

The e-Class of 2020 (5/22/20)

Parenting during a Pandemic (5/14/20)

Outlook on Professional Sports (5/7/20)

Duff Goldman & Steve Chu (5/5/20)

The Power of Partnerships (4/28/20)

Mario Armstrong, Lance Reddick & Melanie Whelan (4/22/20)

Combating COVID in our Community with Dr. Panagis Galiatsatos (4/17/20)

Angel McCoughtry and Van Brooks (4/15/20)

 

 

Baltimore Homecoming is a gathering of Baltimore’s most accomplished natives and alumni from around the U.S. and the world.

We’re coming together to meet the city’s next generation of innovators, artists, activists and community leaders; to reawaken and deepen our personal ties to the city; and to spark new partnerships, investments and collaborations.

Registration is not yet live. Stay tuned!

Baltimore’s Legacy, Baltimore’s Future.

Baltimore has always been home to innovators, to intellectuals, to makers and doers.

Throughout our history, Baltimore has been home to great men and women – from Thurgood Marshall to Johns Hopkins, Harriet Tubman and Babe Ruth — who have shaped the face of our city, our state and our country.

Our city is heir to their tradition of creativity, energy and optimism.

Today, researchers at our hospitals are testing the limits of the possible in the life sciences, teams of astronomers at our laboratories are exploring the furthest reaches of the galaxy, our painters and writers are leading the national conversation on race and politics, and our social entrepreneurs are creating new models to tackle entrenched poverty and right historic wrongs. And in this city there are many more great artists waiting to be discovered, companies waiting to be launched, and organizations waiting to be scaled.

We’re Building a Network of Alumni Who Can Make an Impact.

Through an annual Homecoming conference, we’ll engage our city’s expats with the innovators, entrepreneurs, developers, activists, artists and community leaders that are reshaping Baltimore, creating opportunities for new investment, collaboration and partnership. We’ll showcase the remarkable people and organizations across the city, and in the process reshape the national narrative around Baltimore, exposing the grit, energy and hustle of this remarkable place.

 

FAQs

Who counts as a Baltimore alumni?

Anyone who was born or has lived in Baltimore City or the Baltimore region. And even if you haven’t spent much time here, if you want to help the city, let’s talk.

How can I get an invite?

The event is by invitation only. If you are interested in attending, please email us at info@baltimorehomecoming.com.

Who is behind Baltimore Homecoming?

Baltimore Homecoming is a registered nonprofit corporation. It was founded by Nate Loewentheil and JM Schapiro but has broad participation from across Baltimore City. More information here. The 2020 Baltimore Homecoming Conference is being organized by Baltimore Homecoming, Inc., a nonprofit corporation based in Baltimore.

Is it open to the public?

The goal of the Homecoming conference is to showcase Baltimore City for a small group of leading Baltimore natives from around the U.S. and the world, and is therefore by invitation only. However, there will be opportunities for people from across Baltimore representing the academic, non-profit, business, artistic and religious communities to participate.

How is it funded? Who is making money?

Baltimore Homecoming is a nonprofit organization funded by individuals and corporations.

There are no ticket sales or other revenue sources.