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Why Save McKeldin Fountain?

Official Museum text: This sold-out opportunity to dance the night away at the BMA offered guests a preview of the transformed American Wing whilst they enjoyed sophisticated cocktails, delicious savories, desserts, all provided by Linwoods, music from matmos, special entertainment from Wham City Lights, LabBodies, and Pixilated, and a few surprises.

Proceeds benefitted the Museum’s new center for learning and creativity, scheduled to open in fall of 2015.

Photos by Theresa Keil and Larry Cohen of TLC Baltimore Photo for BmoreArt.

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