Get to know the Baltimore arts scene—and connect with fellow students and faculty! Free!
Hop Art, generously funded by the Parents Fund, provides JHU undergraduate students an opportunity to attend performing arts events in Baltimore, also allowing students and faculty to interact in a social setting. Students enter into a lottery to get free tickets to performances, are provided transportation to and from the Homewood campus, and attend performances with fellow students along with faculty/staff chaperones.
STUDENTS: Events are for Homewood undergraduate students only with some availability for Peabody students. and/or faculty staff, as indicated.
FACULTY: If you would like to attend and lead a discussion group, please Email the director of Office of Arts and Innovation.
How to Sign Up
Homewood undergraduate students
To register for events, you can find the programs on Hopkins Groups, under Homewood Arts with the HopArt tag.
PhD students from other Hopkins schools or campuses
Not currently scheduled. If you have questions about the PhD offerings, email the vice provost for graduate education office.
Spring Semester 2022 Events
All events are in-person and subject to change.
Barber of Seville Opera
Sunday, February 20, 2022, 3pm
@Baltimore Concert Opera at Towson University
Don’t miss this fast-paced romp filled with laughs and ridiculousness. This fully-staged production with orchestra will be fun for the whole family! Whether you know Rossini’s music from Bugs Bunny or are new to the show, you are sure to come away humming the classic tunes. More info here.
Dear Evan Hansen
Tuesday, March 15, 2022, 8PM
A letter that was never meant to be seen, a lie that was never meant to be told, a life he never dreamed he could have. Evan Hansen is about to get the one thing he’s always wanted: a chance to finally fit in. DEAR EVAN HANSEN is the deeply personal and profoundly contemporary musical about life and the way we live it. For more information.
Sunday, March 27, 2022, 7pm
Postmodern Jukebox gained a loyal following through their Youtube channel. The collective cover modern pop tracks (and some old classics as well) in a big band style. Everyone from Miley Cyrus to TLC has got the Postmodern Jukebox treatment. Now, for 2020 they’re celebrating one hundred years since the 1920’s – bringing the era to life through the songs of now! Postmodern Jukebox’s forte is taking a track too easily dismissed by some more ‘highbrow’ music lovers as disposable music for tweens and giving it a classy, big band twist. For more info.
Folks at Home
Sunday, April 3, 2022, 2pm
@Baltimore Center Stage
A BALTIMORE SITCOM: Roger and Brandon, an interracial couple living in South Baltimore, are doing the best they can. Their mortgage is late, Roger’s been laid off for months, and there might be a ghost in the attic. It’s a lot. And that was before all of their parents had to move in with them. From the hilarious mind of Baltimore’s own R. Eric Thomas and directed by Obie Award winner Stevie Walker-Webb, The Folks at Home is a contemporary riff on the beloved family sitcoms of the 1970s. For more info.
Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony
Sunday, April 10, 2022, 3pm
@Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
In her final program of the season, Marin Alsop reimagines Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony as a 21st-century call for unity, justice, and empowerment. The concert opens with the first live performance of Reena Esmail’s See Me that flows into Beethoven’s Ninth, featuring new text from Wordsmith. Join Marin Alsop, the BSO, and members of the rich musical community of Baltimore for this bold interpretation of Beethoven’s ideas in response to today’s world. For more info.
- Registration limited to JHU undergraduates.
- Transportation provided from JHU 1 hour before each performance.
- As allowed per COVID rules, may schedule food outings before/after performances.
- Registrants are required to show proof of vaccination to attend performances at venues, per venue requirements.
- If you are unable to attend, please email the director of Office of Arts and Innovation so others may attend.
- Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should email the director of Office of Arts and Innovation. We ask that requests for accommodation be made at least 7 business days before the event.
Special thanks to the Hopkins Parents Fund for underwriting this amazing opportunity!