The exhibition consists of a series of installations and sculptures that speak to memory, identity and loss. Using figurative realism and abstraction, I am capturing snapshots of moments with psychological charge and dreamlike narratives. This work is a result of the process of trying to find joy and succumbing to sorrow in the present moment, processing memory and spirituality in the context of bereavement, and the engagement with the physicality of clay as a mode of processing.
Come enjoy a fun-filled, afternoon at Howard Community College with campus tours, music, food, and prizes to get you in the back-to-school spirit! We will have the services you need to apply and register for classes, plus giveaways and scholarships available. Get an up-close look at all HCC offers, from degree programs that transfer to four-year universities to hands-on training to prepare you for in-demand careers. No matter where you want to go, your future starts at HCC!
To RSVP and find more information, visit howardcc.edu/visit.
Baltimore-based visual arts organization, Art with a Heart is hosting Market at the Mill on August 12th, 2022 from 4:30-7:30 PM! Join us for an evening of art and meaningful shopping as we celebrate our workforce development students and the marketable work they created throughout the summer! Enjoy food and drinks from local vendors and music by Baltimore-based arts DJ Kopec!
The City Of Baltimore Proclaims Never Give Up Day.
Baltimore nonprofit CLLCTIVLY and Vegan Soulfest have joined forces to offer a three-day festival dedicated to social change, fundraising, and the amplification of Black-led organizations and voices that combine the efforts and programs of two signature events, We Give Black Fest and Vegan Soulfest into one event.
Join us for the Station North Art Walk: Spotlight on Greenmount West featuring the new Art Walk Maker Market, exhibits, performances, open studios, and restaurant specials.
Friday, August 26th, 5:00 - 8:00PM
~all events are 5:00 - 8:00PM unless otherwise noted~
Visit the Highlandtown Arts & Entertainment District Facebook page for more event updates!
JUL 1 FIRST FRIDAY 5-8PM | FREE
Join artist Lilliana Guzman in the Amelia Rothschild Gallery as she discusses the figures and symbolism in her work as she closes her exhibition entitled Next To Myself. Free all-ages art making drop-in.
Maryland Fleet Week & Flyover Baltimore presented by Northrop Grumman returns to Baltimore City and Baltimore County this fall with an exciting line-up of ship tours, festivals, flyovers and educational activities, taking place IN-PERSON September 7-13, 2022 at the Inner Harbor, Upper Locust Point, Fells Point and Martin State Airport. This week-long, family-friendly, free event celebrates the rich maritime traditions of the Chesapeake Bay and the contributions of Marylanders to the defense of the nation and is presented by title sponsor Northrop Grumman along with His
Growing Our Gardens
Friday, April 8-Saturday, May 28
Honor those lost through this pandemic and beyond. Resist through celebration. And contribute to a living memory of the resilience, cultural power, and beauty of Asian culture. This interactive healing and art space pays homage to the importance of ritual and ceremony throughout the Asian diaspora and serves as a proactive communal container to celebrate pride and heritage, process and memorialize grief, and connect with each other.
Bring your own blanket & booze and enjoy weekly summer concerts on the Center Plaza lawn. Some weeks will feature local food trucks and pop-up vendors, and some might be more of a dance party.
See the full schedule below:
JUL 2: Outcalls
Food Truck: Gypsy Queen
JUL 9: Ryan Forrester Trio
JUL 16: Nelly’s Echo
JUL 23: Funsho Trio
NO CONCERT ON JULY 30
AUG 6: Funk Family Tree
AUG 13: Kentavius Jones w/ Noah Pierre
AUG 20: Nelly’s Echo
AUG 27: Carlos Cubas
SEP 3: Honest Lee Soul
SEP 10: TBA
Exhibition & Festival
Asia North 2022: A Celebration of Art, Culture & Community
Various locations throughout the Station North Arts District, Baltimore, MD
Celebrate Baltimore’s Charles North (a.k.a. Station North) neighborhood’s constantly evolving identities as a Koreatown, arts district, and creative hub.