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Murphy Fine Arts Center facilities
The Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center is Baltimore’s most replete state-of-the-art facility for performing arts and visual Arts.  Boasting three beautiful performance stages, the Murphy Fine Arts Center is capable of being the venue of choice for the widest range of performing and fine arts presentations.  The Center continues to fulfill its mission of being a Center of Excellence and The Center of Attention!  From the beautiful proscenium stage of the 2000+ seat Gilliam Concert Hall to the versatility of a studio theatre setting of  the Turpin-Lamb Theatre, to the warmth and richness of Recital Hall, to beauty and legacy exhibited in the James E. Lewis Museum of Art, our facility has drawn praise and acclaim for its aesthetics, acoustics, comfort, and its versatility.
gilliam concert hall
Murphy Fine Arts Center - Gilliam Concert Hall 3D Picture
Seating Capacity: 2,036
Murphy Fine Arts Center Gilliam Concert Hall
Designed to showcase world-class artists, the richly appointed Gilliam Concert Hall comes complete with fly gallery, a rising orchestra pit, and sweeping double balcony. This venue provides an elegant and modern setting for concerts, theatre, or musical
performances.
recital hall
Murphy Fine Arts Center - Gilliam Concert Hall 3D Picture
Seating Capacity: 167
murphy fine arts center - recital hall
Specially-treated maple wood paneling adds an air of warmth and intimacy to the Recital Hall. Acoustically balanced to accomodate oratory, song and instrumentals, the hall provides a comfortable setting for small audiences.
Turpin-lamb theater
Murphy Fine Arts Center - Gilliam Concert Hall 3D Picture
Seating Capacity: 271
murphy fine arts center - turpin lamb theater
Specially-treated maple wood paneling adds an air of warmth and intimacy to the Recital Hall. Acoustically balanced to accomodate oratory, song and instrumentals, the hall provides a comfortable setting for small audiences.
 
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Museum Exhibition

4/8
Ed Towles Exhibition

10/22 - 12/14
The Nacirema Society..

10/24 - 11/2
Do You Trust . . .?

10/25 - 10/25
Jazz at JELMA

11/2