Mingle among the “Superstars” at our biggest party of the year! For one night only, The Patterson transforms into Andy Warhol’s legendary New York City Studio – The Factory!
Dance your way through two trend-setting decades with live covers of the best ‘60s-‘70s tunes on two stages, a silent art auction, roaming performers, and wild, art-inspired costumes.
Get down all night long with Baltimore’s best all-star live band in the Theater! Organized by Hanna Olivegren (Zomes), Rolled Gold features Katrina Ford (Celebration), Eze Jackson, J Pope, Brooks Long, Matthew Pierce (Arbouretum, Big in Japan), Stephen Strohmeier, Walker Teret, Charisse Nichols, and more special guests!
In honor of Lou Reed, hop into Lou’s Lounge for a Warhol themed cocktail and check out Adam Cooley’s dazzling interpretations of everyone’s favorite '60s and '70s punk classics.
The Marquee Ball Auction Exhibition curated by Executive Director of Goya Contemporary Amy Raehse, artist Lat Naylor, Peggy Hoffman, and Creative Alliance Exhibitions and Programs Manager Jeremy Stern, features more than 80 artists from Baltimore and beyond. This year all artworks are valued under $500!
On View: April 21-28 | Bidding closes at 11pm during the Marquee Ball. Get Your Tickets Today!
Go-go dancers, open studios, Drag hosted costume contests, roaming performers, Pixilated photobooth, hands-on activities, delicious food, and enticing cocktails. Costumes encouraged! Check out our Pinterest Board for ideas!
As always, the Marquee Ball supports Creative Alliance's free youth education and neighborhood outreach programs! Praised for high quality instruction and innovative techniques by parents, teachers, and educational institutions alike, our educational programming reaches over 1,500 Baltimore City elementary and middle school students annually. Our research based curriculum and thoughtfully trained instructors work with students to introduce new concepts and ideas that expand their vocabulary and enhance problem solving skills.