Party With The Fishies – Voyages: Chapter 2
Once upon a time, an invitation to party with the fishies was a Tony Soprano-style invite that no one wanted.
But the times they are a changing
and this is an invite
do not want to miss.
Reserve the $10 Pre-Pay Voyages Parking Special
Voyages: Chapter 2
At the intersection of art and sciences lies Voyages, an original immersive event series at the National Aquarium that inspires a connection to nature and celebrates all things Baltimore. At Voyages: Chapter 2, voyagers will kick off their journey with local vendors serving up some of the best of the Baltimore food scene before embarking on an audio-focused tour of National Aquarium exhibits. Voyagers will have the opportunity to choose their own musical adventure, exploring the live performance of a composition by featured artists Jessica Keyes and Patrick McMinn that includes acoustic musicians, projected visuals and electronic music played through individual headphones. This culminative experience is inspired by Jessica and Patrick's research exploring the biodiversity of the Chesapeake Bay.
Following this immersive journey, voyagers will conclude the evening with an after-party featuring performances from local emcee Eze Jackson, accompanied by DJ Trillnatured.
This is where art and science meet. This is a one-of-a-kind celebration of all things Baltimore and the connection we share with the natural world. This is the Aquarium like you've never experienced it before. This is Voyages. Are you ready to embark on a journey into the deep?
Experience the Aquarium like never before with an immersive audiovisual journey exploring biodiversity, local food vendors, and an after-party featuring live music.
When: Thursday, November 17, 2022, from 6 to 11 pm
Where: 501 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21202
Who: Adults 21+
Parking: $10 Pre-Pay Parking Special at Harbor Park Garage
Jessica Keyes is a performer and composer who explores trickster characters, ecstatic energy and communion with the audience. Patrick McMinn is a composer, coder and multimedia artist whose work focuses heavily on the intersection of acoustic and electronic sound in a live environment.
About the Scientist
Imani Black, the featured scientist for Voyages: Chapter 2, is the founder and CEO of Minorities in Aquaculture, a nonprofit organization that strives to empower and support women of color in the aquaculture industry. Imani was the assistant hatchery manager at Hoopers Island Oyster Company from 2018 to 2020 and is currently pursuing a master's degree at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science researching the historical minority engagement in commercial fisheries in the Chesapeake Bay.
After exploring the immersive audio experience in the Aquarium's Pier 3 exhibits, voyagers will end the evening with an after-party experience featuring performances from Baltimore-based musicians Eze Jackson and DJ Trillnatured.
Eze Jackson is an emcee, producer and community organizer who performs both as a solo artist as well as the frontman of the hip-hop/fusion band Soul Cannon. He is the founder and chief visionary officer of EPIC FAM, an entertainment and media company that unifies a collective of Baltimore's best multi-genre artists and creatives.
Eze will be accompanied by DJ Trillnatured, one of Baltimore's premier DJs whose monthly party "Version" at The Crown has been voted "Best Party" by the former City Paper.
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