Baltimore Museum Of Art Inc

Baltimore Museum Of Art Inc Overview

Baltimore Museum Of Art Inc is located in Baltimore, MD. The organization was established in 1935. According to its NTEE Classification (A51) the organization is classified as: Art Museums, under the broad grouping of Arts, Culture & Humanities and related organizations. As of 06/2020, Baltimore Museum Of Art Inc employed 253 individuals. This organization is an independent organization and not affiliated with a larger national or regional group of organizations.

For the year ending 06/2020, Baltimore Museum Of Art Inc generated $31.3m in total revenue. This represents relatively stable growth, over the past 5 years the organization has increased revenue by an average of 3.6% each year. All expenses for the organization totaled $18.4m during the year ending 06/2020. You can explore the organizations financials more deeply in the financial statements section below.

Mission & Program ActivityExcerpts From the 990 Filing

TAX YEAR

2020

Describe the Organization's Mission:

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THE BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART CONNECTS ART TO BALTIMORE AND BALTIMORE TO THE WORLD, (SEE SCH. O) EMBODYING A COMMITMENT TO ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE AND SOCIAL EQUITY IN EVERY DECISION FROM ART PRESENTATION, INTERPRETATION, AND COLLECTING, TO THE COMPOSITION OF OUR BOARD OF TRUSTEES, STAFF, AND VOLUNTEERS - CREATING A MUSEUM WELCOMING TO ALL.

Describe the Organization's Program Activity:

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COLLECTION CARE & EXHIBITIONSTHE BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART (BMA) CARES FOR AND INTERPRETS A COLLECTION OF OVER 95,000 WORKS OF ART, CAREFULLY MONITORING ITS STORAGE, PRESERVATION, DOCUMENTATION, AND EXHIBITION. IN FY20 THE BMA CONTINUED AN ACTIVE EXPANSION OF ITS EXHIBITIONS AND PROGRAMS GEARED TOWARDS INCREASING DIVERSITY, ACCESS AND INCLUSION WITH ITS AUDIENCE IN BALTIMORE, MARYLAND AND BEYOND. THE MUSEUM'S EXHIBITION OFFERINGS CENTERED ON THE ORGANIZATION AND EXECUTION OF TWO EXTRAORDINARY OVERARCHING THEMES: GENERATIONS: A HISTORY OF BLACK ABSTRACT ART - A MUSEUM-WIDE EXHIBITION BUILT AROUND THE LARGEST PRIVATE COLLECTION OF BLACK ABSTRACT ARTISTS, THE CORE SHOW ALSO TRAVELING TO MULTIPLE VENUES OVER SEVERAL YEARS; AND 2020 VISION A SERIES OF EXHIBITIONS SHOWCASING WOMEN IN THE VISUAL ARTS COINCIDENT WITH THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE 19TH AMENDMENT. THE PLANNED EXHIBITIONS PROGRAM WAS CUT SHORT IN MARCH 2020 DUE TO THE TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF THE MUSEUM CAUSED BY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.CONTEMPORARY WINGEVERY DAY: SELECTIONS FROM THE COLLECTIONJULY 14, 2019 - JANUARY 5, 2020ISAAC JULIEN: BALTIMOREJULY 14, 2019 - JANUARY 5, 2020 MELVIN EDWARDS: CROSSROADSSEPTEMBER 29, 2019 JANUARY 12, 20202020 VISION (FIRST ROTATION)ARTISTS: HOWARDENA PINDELL: FREE, WHITE, AND 21, SHAN WALLACE: 410, VALARIE MAYNARD: LOST AND FOUND, ZACKARY DRUCKER: ICONS, ANA MENDIETA: BLOOD INSIDE OUT, ELISSA BLOUNT MOORHEAD & BRADFORD YOUNG: BACK AND SONGMARCH 1, 2020 JANUARY 23, 2021KATHARINA GROSSE: IS IT YOU?MARCH 1, 2020 JANUARY 3, 2021 (FRONT ROOM)MARCH 1, 2020 SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 (WEST WING GALLERY 8) JO SMAIL: FLYING WITH REMNANT WINGS MARCH 1, 2020 JANUARY 3, 2021THALHEIMER GALLERIESGENERATIONS: A HISTORY OF BLACK ABSTRACT ART (THALHEIMER & MAY GALLERIES)SEPTEMBER 28, 2019 JANUARY 19, 2020 CANDICE BREITZ: TOO LONG, DIDN'T READ MARCH 15, 2020 - NOVEMBER 25, 2020EAST LOBBY INSTALLATIONTHE MEYERHOFF-BECKER BIENNIAL COMMISSION: MICKALENE THOMAS: A MOMENT'S PLEASURE NOVEMBER 24, 2019 - MAY 2022 OUT OF ACTIONS GALLERYELLEN LESPERANCE: VELVET FISTJANUARY 26, 2020 - SEPTEMBER 20, 2020INTERSECTIONS GALLERYHENRY MOORE AND THE PRE-COLUMBIAN PASTDECEMBER 16, 2018 FEBRUARY 21, 2021BERMAN TEXTILE GALLERYHITCHING THEIR DREAMS TO UNTAMED STARS: JOYCE J. SCOTT & ELIZABETH TALFORD SCOTT MAY 15, 2019 - DECEMBER 1, 2019 FREE FORM: 20TH-CENTURY STUDIO CRAFTDECEMBER 18, 2019 - JUNE 7, 2020AFRICAN FOCUS GALLERYADORNED: AFRICAN WOMEN AND THE ART OF IDENTITYDECEMBER 11, 2019 JUNE 28, 2020 BENESCH WORKS ON PAPER GALLERYSLAVERY, THE PRISON INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX: PHOTOGRAPHS BY KEITH CALHOUN AND CHANDRA MCCORMICK JUNE 16, 2019 OCTOBER 27, 2019 CONE FOCUSBY THEIR CREATIVE FORCE: AMERICAN WOMEN MODERNISTSOCTOBER 6, 2019 - JULY 5, 2020 SPRING HOUSEOLETHA DEVANE: TRACES OF THE SPIRITJUNE 19, 2019 - OCTOBER 20, 2019JACOBS GALLERIESGENERATIONS: KEVIN BEASLEY: CHAIR OF THE MINISTERS OF DEFENSESEPTEMBER 29, 2019 JANUARY 19, 2020SHINIQUE SMITH: GRACE STANDS BESIDEMARCH 15, 2020 AUGUST 9, 2020WITH THE EXCEPTION OF GENERATIONS: A HISTORY OF BLACK ABSTRACT ART AND CANDICE BREITZ: TOO LONG, DIDN'T READ, ALL OF THE EXHIBITIONS LISTED ABOVE WERE PRESENTED FREE TO THE PUBLIC.


BUILDING & GROUNDSOPENED IN 1929 AS A SINGLE BUILDING ADJACENT TO THE CAMPUS OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, THE BMA NOW COMPRISES 10 CONTIGUOUS BUILDINGS AND WINGS (210,000 SQ. FT.), ONE HISTORIC STRUCTURE, AND TWO OUTDOOR SCULPTURE GARDENS (3 ACRES). THE MUSEUM WORKS DILIGENTLY TO MAINTAIN AND PRESERVE OUR BUILDING ENVELOPE TO PROTECT ITS PRICELESS COLLECTION. THE MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS WHICH RECEIVED SIGNIFICANT UPGRADES DURING MULTIPLE RENOVATIONS ARE NOW ACHIEVING IMPORTANT ECONOMIES IN ENERGY MANAGEMENT. THE BMA'S ENGINEERING STAFF FOLLOWED A DETAILED SCHEDULE OF PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE TO ENSURE THE LONGEVITY OF THESE SYSTEMS. SECURITY WAS ASSURED THROUGH A TRAINED SECURITY FORCE, UP-TO-DATE SECURITY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, EFFECTIVE INTEGRATION OF ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS, AND CROSS-DEPARTMENTAL RESPONSES TO INCIDENTS INVOLVING VISITORS AND/OR ART WORKS. THE FACILITY IS STAFFED ON A 24-HOUR BASIS, AND AN EMERGENCY CONTACT LIST IS MAINTAINED. THE BMA HAS A FULLY OPERATIONAL FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM. THE BMA'S EMERGENCY PLAN IDENTIFIES APPROPRIATE RESPONSES TO PROBLEMS AND ASSIGNS AREAS OFRESPONSIBILITY TO SPECIFIC STAFF MEMBERS. FIRE AND EVACUATION PROCEDURES ARE CLEARLY OUTLINED AND REVIEWED WITH ALL STAFF. THE BMA IS EQUIPPED WITH AN EMERGENCY GENERATOR CAPABLE OF OPERATING CONTINUOUSLY FOR FIVE DAYS, FOR EMERGENCY CIRCUITS ONLY.


EDUCATION & INTERPRETATIONEDUCATION AND PUBLIC PROGRAMS SERVED OVER 32,403 MEMBERS, VISITORS, STUDENTS, AND TEACHERS IN THE MUSEUM, AS WELL AS TEACHERS AND COMMUNITY RESIDENTS THROUGHOUT THE REGION. AMONG THE PROGRAMS THEY PARTICIPATED IN WERE FREE FAMILY SUNDAYS, CLOSE ENCOUNTERS STUDENT TOURS, OPEN HOURS PUBLIC PROGRAMS, DOCENT-LED GALLERY TALKS, ARTIST TALKS, AND SCHOLARLY PANELS. VISITORS ALSO UTILIZED GALLERY RESOURCES SUCH AS SELF-GUIDED AUDIO TOURS, GALLERY GUIDES, AND GOMOBILE TOURS. OFFSITE ENGAGEMENT INCLUDED 8,056 PARTICIPANTS AT THE BMA LEXINGTON MARKET LOCATION AND ART-TO-GO ACTIVITIES DISTRIBUTED BY EMAIL TO 3,339 TEACHERS AROUND THE WORLD. THE ART AFTER HOURS AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE CONTINUED WITH EVENTS IN THE FALL OF 2019, ATTRACTING 926 VISITORS, MOST BETWEEN THE AGES OF 21 AND 45, BEFORE THE MUSEUM PAUSED PHYSICAL OPERATIONS ON MARCH 15, 2020 DUE TO COVID-19.AFTER MARCH, THE EDUCATION & INTERPRETATION DIVISION IMMEDIATELY TURNED ITS ATTENTION TO SERVING AUDIENCES REMOTELY. A TOTAL NUMBER OF 9,376 VIRTUAL VISITORS WERE SERVED THROUGH ONLINE TOUR PROGRAMS LIKE ART BREAK LIVE (1,579 VIEWS), ONLINE TALKS, LIKE BMA VIOLET HOUR (1,000 VIEWS), AND ARTIST INTERVIEWS, LIKE A CLOSER LOOK (5,853 VIEWS). FAMILIES WERE ENGAGED THROUGH THE FREE FAMILY SUNDAYS AT HOME ARTMAKING RESOURCE (494 DOWNLOADS), AND 450 PHYSICAL ARTMAKING KITS WERE DISTRIBUTED TO LOCAL FAMILIES. THE BMA SERVED AS A RESOURCE FOR COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY TEACHING AT INSTITUTIONS IN THE BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA, WHERE THERE ARE 200,000 COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS. MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS STAFF PROMOTED THESE BMA EXHIBITIONS, PUBLICATIONS, AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS TO A WIDE AUDIENCE THROUGH THE BMA WEBSITE WWW.ARTBMA.ORG AS WELL AS PRINT, ELECTRONIC, AND SOCIAL MEDIA.


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Baltimore Museum Of Art Inc Vendors

Vendor Name (Service)Compensation
Hs Landscape Co
Landscaping
$122,724
Quinn Evans Architects
Architects
$382,199
Bonsai Fine Art Inc
Art Storage
$137,455
Crozier Fine Arts Inc
Art Storage
$238,009
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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Federated campaigns$0
Membership dues$505,387
Fundraising events$517,924
Related organizations$0
Government grants $4,271,485
All other contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts not included above$16,827,687
Noncash contributions included in lines 1a–1f $5,609,225
Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar$22,122,483
Total Program Service Revenue$687,766
Investment income $3,798,639
Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Net Rental Income $129,408
Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales $4,525,814
Net Income from Fundraising Events -$25,246
Net Income from Gaming Activities $0
Net Income from Sales of Inventory -$125,639
Miscellaneous Revenue$0
Total Revenue $31,272,929

Baltimore Museum Of Art Inc Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 23 grants that Baltimore Museum Of Art Inc has recieved totaling $3,148,716.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
Eddie C And C Sylvia Brown Family Foundation Inc

Baltimore, MD

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$2,500,000
Bank Of America Charitable Foundation Inc

Charlotte, NC

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$150,000
Bank Of America Charitable Foundation Inc

Charlotte, NC

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$150,000
Peter Marino Charitable Foundation

New York, NY

PURPOSE: PROMOTE ART AND ARTISTS

$90,000
Peter Marino Charitable Foundation

New York, NY

PURPOSE: PROMOTE ART AND ARTISTS

$90,000
Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund

St Petersburg, FL

PURPOSE: GENERAL USE AND/OR SPECIAL FUND/PROJECT

$70,000
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Endowment Analysis

Beg. Balance$129,522,704
Earnings$4,541,913
Net Contributions$5,663,427
Other Expense$3,406,516
Ending Balance$136,321,528

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