September 11, 12, 18, 19
FREE | In-person
Carroll Mansion, 800 E. Lombard Street
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The “Cicada Parade-a” is a large-scale collaborative art project organized by Formstone Castle Collective that has been on outdoor display around Maryland all summer. Consisting of 170 plaster cicada sculptures uniquely transformed by 170 local artists, this will be your only chance to see them all together in one place: The Peale at Carroll Mansion, in downtown Baltimore.
The Cicada Parade-a represents an emergence from a long period of darkness to sing, make noise, and fall in love with the world again. More information about Cicada Parade-a can be found at www.cicada2021.com.
Cicada Parade-artists, sponsors and friends will also be hosting a garden party to wrap-up the project on Tuesday, September 21, from 5pm-9pm.
*Please see additional COVID-19 requirements for visiting.
Accessibility at Carroll Mansion
The exhibition will be held both on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor of the Carroll Mansion. The first floor is wheelchair accessible through the garden entrance on S. Front St. The second and third floors are not accessible.
The Garden Party on Tuesday, Sept 21st will be held in the garden which is wheelchair accessible. There is a bathroom on the first floor of Carroll Mansion but it is very small and does not meet ADA guidelines.
For detailed information about visiting Carroll Mansion, visit the accessibility pageon our website.