Baltimore Museum of Industry Installs New Sign, Reopens Next Month

| June 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

Baltimore Museum of Industry (BMI) has a new sign at its campus at 1415 Key Hwy. It was installed last week by Triangle.

The new sign was designed by Ashton Design. It has a metal background and reads “Baltimore Museum of Industry.”

Claire Mullins, director of marketing and events at BMI, said they are thrilled to have the sign installed before the museum reopens on July 3rd. BMI has been closed since March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

BMI has a full day of events planned for its opening day, including:

·       9AM – 1PM:  Local produce, baked goods, craft spirits, and fresh flowers at the waterfront farmers market on the BMI campus.

·       9AM – 3PM: Guided tours of the museum galleries (included with admission).

·       10AM – 12PM: Print shop volunteers demonstrate historic presses including the Linotype, the machine that Thomas Edison declared ‘the eighth wonder of the world.’

·       10AM – 1PM: Patrons can give feedback on the new BMI exhibition under development, Fire and Shadow: The Rise and Fall of Bethlehem Steel.

 ·       11AM – 12PM: Patrons can meet with photographer J.M. Giordano whose photographs are on display in SHUTTERED: Images from the Fall of Bethlehem Steel.

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