Bmore Historic 2017

Bmore Historic 2017

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Baltimore Museum of Industry

1415 Key Highway

Baltimore, MD 21230

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Bmore Historic is a participant-led unconference at the Baltimore Museum of Industry for scholars, students, professionals and volunteers who care about public history, historic preservation and cultural heritage in the Baltimore region. Bmore Historic is organized by Baltimore Heritage and a team of volunteers. Special thanks to the UMBC Orser Center for supporting Bmore Historic in 2017.

Bmore Historic is a unique opportunity to connect with friends, neighbors, and colleagues interested in exploring the connections between people, places and the past in Baltimore and Maryland. We bring people together and you set the agenda! If you have never participated in an unconference, please read our Bmore Historic 101 guide to learn more.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this year's unconference, please get in touch.

How do I get to Bmore Historic?

If you are driving to Bmore Historic, there is a free parking lot at the Baltimore Museum of Industry limited to 40-50 vehicles. Please consider carpooling with a friend! The Baltimore Museum of Industry is also located a short walk from the Charm City Circulator Purple Route stop at Cross and Light Streets.

What do you eat at Bmore Historic?

We feed you! Your registration fee covers coffee and light breakfast, lunch, and snacks. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options are available for lunch and we’ll do our best to accommodate your dietary needs.

What should you wear at Bmore Historic?

Bmore Historic is a come-as-you-are event where most participants will be casually dressed. We care more about the substance of what you have to say than what you wear while saying it.

How do I propose a session for Bmore Historic?

Read our guide on how to propose an unconference session then submit your idea online. Remember, your proposal should include enough information to get people interested in your topic and explain what you hope participants may get out of the experience. You can propose more than more session and even propose a session on the same day at the unconference.

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