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Judith Krummeck

Judith Krummeck

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Judith is WBJC's afternoon host. Her full bio can be read here.

Aug. 08 2018

A relic of touch at The Walters

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs | 4 Comments

  “I get these what I call ‘monk emergencies’ where I get this desperate phone call from downstairs at the front desk,” says Lynley Anne Herbert, Associate Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore. And the person at the front desk will tell her, “I have ten Franciscans here, […]

Aug. 04 2018

Catching up with the St. Francis Missal on Booknotes

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      A project lasting almost 18 months is winding down at The Walters Art Museum: the conservation of the St. Francis Missal. I caught up with the head of book and paper conservation, Abigail Quandt, curator of rare books and manuscripts, Lynley Anne Herbert, and postgraduate conservation fellow, Cathie Magee.       […]

Jul. 24 2018

BSF explores the complex King John of England

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      For the first time in Baltimore since 1781, the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory will present Shakespeare’s rarely-performed thriller about a hapless king facing threats from outside and within. The BSF’s Founding Artistic Director is Tom Delise.          

Jul. 07 2018

Booknotes revisits the Pratt Library

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          In Part II of the interview with Heidi Daniel, President and CEO of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, a game changing new initiative.  

Jun. 27 2018

Summer fare from Baltimore Shakespeare Factory

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            BSF is presenting Macbeth and King John for their 2018 summer season. Here is their founding artistic director, Tom Delise.  

Jun. 12 2018

Your summer starts here

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  The Columbia Festival of the Arts launches its 31st annual festival with a LakeFest Free Weekend this Friday, and then runs through Saturday June 30th at various venues around Columbia. Their Director is David Phillips.    

Jun. 02 2018

Booknotes checks out the Enoch Pratt’s Heidi Daniel

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    In Part I of a two-part interview, Heidi Daniel, the new President of the Enoch Pratt Free Library , talks about her aspirations for the library system going forward.    

May. 13 2018

“Songs of Creation”

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      The Maryland Choral Society’s closing concert of the season will include a premier of a new work by their Artistic Director, Douglas Buchanan.  

May. 12 2018

The Maryland Historical Society honors the Catonsville Nine

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    The Maryland Historical Society is mounting an exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of a protest against the Vietnam War — one that launched a movement. Here is Joe Tropea, Curator of Films & Photographs.    

May. 05 2018

A Baltimore Treasure on Booknotes

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        Johns Hopkins University Press has just published a comprehensive biography of George A. Lucas and his art collection. It was written by retired attorney and independent art historian, Stanley Mazaroff.  

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