The Baltimore Museum of Art is going back to its future.
Amid the clatter of cutlery, the whir of a blender grinding ice and the conversational hum of an upscale Charles Village restaurant on a Friday night, two musicians playing a flute and electric guitar are levitating through John Coltrane's "Giant Steps."
When Baltimore Museum of Art director Doreen Bolger throws open the giant carved wood-and-glass doors to the museum's historic entrance next Sunday for the first time in more than three decades, the museum will celebrate its 100th anniversary by going back to the future.
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