Photos from the BmoreArt C+C House Concert with King Midas

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On Friday, October 28, BmoreArt co-hosted an event at the home of arts patron Kris Kudrnac, with the simple goal of bringing people together to experience great art, music, food, and drink. This event featured several sets by the dynamic Baltimore-based musician King Midas with the Natives, and it was such a treat to experience their sound in an intimate home setting, among old and new friends, BmoreArt subscribers, and individuals from a variety of art and music communities. This event was designed to bring people together for a unique evening in a home full of gorgeous art, and we are so grateful that Kris was willing to share his home with us, as well as for the pizza from Dizzy Cow, beer from Guilford Hall Brewery, and ice cream sandwiches from The Charmery.

When BmoreArt started a subscription service during the summer of 2020, we decided to offer three different levels of membership to accommodate different price points and appetites for participation. The first is the most affordable and just covers the cost of our periodicals and shipping. The second and third levels offer opportunities to attend special events like this one, and often include openings at our gallery and magazine release parties. We are excited to plan more special events for our subscribing members that uplift the arts in Baltimore and create new opportunities for collaboration and conversation.

Thank you to Kris, King Midas, and our event sponsors, as well as to all those who attended! We look forward to hosting our next event soon!



Thank you to everyone for such a great event!!!!

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