Inside the Baltimore Museum of Art’s rummage sale

The spectacle: The Baltimore Museum of Art’s rummage sale may open as early as Saturday, with about 900 lots featuring pieces from “The Scream: The Art of Stephen Paul de Jongh” and everything from art, prints, toys, household products, clothing, jewelry, hats, décor, collectibles, vintage dinnerware, kitchenware, toys, crafts, records, magazines, footwear, wallpaper, electrical appliances, furniture, and instruments, to baby products, accessories, garden furniture, and so on. The sale also includes work and collections from the Sackler Gallery, Contemporary Artists Gallery, Glassworks Contemporary Arts Center, the Courtyard Artist-in-Residence Program, and many more museums.

Admission is $5 on Saturdays, $7 on Sundays, and free for children 6 and under and those 18 and under. Donations and bibliographic materials are accepted. Day and evening tickets may be purchased at the door.

Who’s interested? Bidding is being held in New York City, Paris, London, Stockholm, Berlin, Mumbai, Montreal, Seoul, and Washington. Auction proceeds will go to other organizations that benefit arts education, the science, health, conservation, and culture.

Interested? Contact Elizabeth Phillips at [email protected] or 212-664-9820.

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