What is Bmore Historic?

Bmore Historic is a participant-led unconference for people who care about public history and historic preservation in and around Baltimore. Learn more about Bmore Historic or read our introduction to unconferences.

Bmore Historic 2021 will take place virtually on Friday, September 10.

Register here!

What do we do at Bmore Historic?

Update: Due to the rising numbers in Maryland for the pandemic, we have decided to pivot Bmore Historic to be virtual again this year. Bmore Historic 2021 is now virtual. Since last year’s virtual unconference, we have learned a lot about Zoom and this year we will be offering  breakout rooms to facilitate concurrent, small discussions on a variety of topics. Thank you to those who suggested sessions. Check out our schedule!

Past, in-person unconferences have been structured around four session blocks: two in the morning and two in the afternoon. We usually have between four to six sessions in each of the time blocks for a total of twenty sessions throughout the day.

What are people saying about Bmore Historic?

I was unsure what to expect [but] really enjoyed the diversity of topics and opportunity for discussion and idea sharing rather than the typical lecture.

First time participant in 2016

I had not been to an unconference before and didn’t have a sense of how it tends to work. Honestly, I was expecting a mess. I was pleasantly surprised by the organization of the day and the quality of discussion.

First time participant in 2015

As a student, Bmore Historic gave me great exposure to the people involved with Baltimore history. The informal nature of the unconference encouraged me to meet and talk with everyone there. Now as a professional archivist in Baltimore, the unconference has been a tremendous resource for networking and support helping me build partnerships with other … Continue reading Johanna Schein, Archivist at Gilman School

Johanna Schein, Archivist at Gilman School