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22aug7:00 pm- 8:30 pmArt/Sound/Now

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Experience the museum’s collections in new ways as musicians provide intriguing soundscapes in the galleries for one night only. Baltimore-based artist Timothy Nohe, Director of the Center for Innovative Research in the Creative Arts, will use both traditional and electronic media to create a work highlighting the museum as a public place. Carver Audain, a New York artist, will present an immersive work comprised of slowly shifting sound fields that merge and transform with the physical space of the museum.

Time

(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Location

The Walters Art Museum

600 North Charles Street, Baltimore MD 21201

23aug - 25All DayProject P.S.

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Five dates only! August 16th, 23rd, 24th, 25th. Test/Industry night August 14th. Staggered entry times. Be sure to arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled entry time.

Project P.S. is a completely self-contained 45-60 minute multi-sensory experiences for a group of up to five people. Subjects needed. Join in on procedures and extractions of metaphysical kurayami with a biomechatronic sculptor to examine the hypothesis that one can obtain enlightenment. (Actualized by Mika Nakano.)

Please note: you will be required to ascend and descend at least two staircases at a relaxed pace. Plan to arrive a full fifteen minutes before your scheduled start time and to spend about an hour (or more if you choose) at The Peale. Beverages and light snacks will be available (donations appreciated). Restrooms will be accessible before and after the experience. Coat racks and safe storage for bags will also be available.

Updates and more info:
https://facebook.com/visionaryhistory/

Time

august 23 (Friday) - 25 (Sunday)

Location

The Peale Center

225 North Holliday Street, Baltimore MD 21202

23aug6:00 pm- 8:00 pmSpace SettlementsArchitecture and Design from the 1970s in High Orbit

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Join us Friday, August 23rd, for a detailed look into the speculative architecture of human habitats in space with local author Fred Scharmen! Copies of Fred’s new book, Space Settlements, will be available for purchase at a special, event-only discount.

ABOUT THE BOOK

In the summer of 1975, NASA brought together a team of physicists, engineers, and space scientists—along with architects, urban planners, and artists—to design large-scale space habitats for millions of people. This Summer Study was led by Princeton physicist Gerard O’Neill, whose work on this topic had previously been funded by countercultural icon Stewart Brand’s Point Foundation. Two painters, the artist and architect Rick Guidice and the planetary science illustrator Don Davis, created renderings for the project that would be widely circulated over the next years and decades and even included in testimony before a Congressional subcommittee. A product of its time, this work is nevertheless relevant to contemporary modes of thinking about architecture. Space Settlements examines these plans for life in space as serious architectural and spatial proposals.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Fred Scharmen teaches architecture and urban design at Morgan State University’s School of Architecture and Planning. His work as a designer and researcher focuses on how architects imagine new spaces for speculative future worlds and who is invited into those worlds. Recent projects, with the Working Group on Adaptive Systems, include a mile-and-a-half long scale model of the solar system in downtown Baltimore (in collaboration with nine artists), and a pillow fort for the Baltimore Museum of Art based on Gottfried Semper’s Four Elements of Architecture.

Time

(Friday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Co_Lab Books

2209 Maryland Avenue, Baltimore 21218

23aug6:30 pm- 9:30 amHoneyland Screening and Tasting

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Join the SNF Parkway Theatre for a special premiere of HONEYLAND, a new environmental documentary following the last female wild beekeeper in Europe.

Specialty honey-based Charm City Meadworks and Baltimore Spirits Company cocktails will be available at the Parkway bar throughout the evening.

Local Made In Baltimore business Hon’s Honey will be in the Parkway lobby prior to the 7pm screening with samples of their signature honey. Hon’s Honey is a purpose-driven business dedicated to giving dignity and purpose to women survivors of addiction, sex trafficking, generational poverty, and trauma.

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ABOUT THE FILM:

Nestled in an isolated mountain region deep within the Balkans, Hatidze Muratova lives with her ailing mother in a village without roads, electricity or running water. She’s the last in a long line of wild beekeepers, eking out a living farming honey in small batches to be sold in the closest city — a mere four hours’ walk away.

Hatidze’s peaceful existence is thrown into upheaval by the arrival of an itinerant family, with their roaring engines, seven rambunctious children and herd of cattle. Hatidze optimistically meets the promise of change with an open heart, it doesn’t take long however, before a conflict evolves that exposes the fundamental tension between nature and humanity, harmony and discord, exploitation and sustainability.

Time

(Friday) 6:30 pm - 9:30 am

Location

SNF Parkway Theatre

3 West North Avenue, Baltimore MD 21201

24augAll DayFilm Screening: Solange Knowles’ When I Get Home

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FREE | NO RSVP REQUIRED. FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED. | LOCATION: BMA LEXINGTON MARKET

The BMA is honored to be among the international institutions debuting the director’s cut version of Solange Knowles’ When I Get Home. The interdisciplinary performance art film is the companion film to Knowles’ latest album and an exploration of origin and spiritual expedition. Through a futurist rodeo that lifts up the narrative of black cowboys and honors Knowles’ Houston lineage, the film confronts how much of us have we taken or left behind in our evolutions, and how much fear determines this. When I Get Home features Knowles’ new sculptural work Boundless Body—a rodeo arena displayed in the desert of Marfa, Texas, sitting alongside many architectural wonders, such as the Rothko Chapel at the Menil Collection and the I. M. Pei designed Dallas City Hall. The extended version of When I Get Home premieres across renowned museums and contemporary arts institutions across the U.S. and Europe from July 17 – October 13, 2019.

This event at BMA Lexington Market is free. No RSVP required. First-come, first-served. Please anticipate standing room only. Seating is extremely limited.

When I Get Home (2019)
Run time: 41 minutes
Director/Editor: Solange Knowles
Contributing Directors: Alan Ferguson, Terence Nance, Jacolby Satterwhite, and Ray Tintori
Additional work courtesy of Houston artist Autumn Knight and Robert Pruitt

Time

All Day (Saturday)

Location

The BMA Lexington Market

24aug5:00 pm- 9:00 pmWatch Out For The Big Girls

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Saida Agostini will be performing and hosting a space of celebration. Come together for a night to celebrate big Black women, the space we take and the power we hold. Artists from across Baltimore will share visions of a future where big black women are free and honored.

Light refreshments are provided.

Time

(Saturday) 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

Waller Gallery

2420 Calvert Street, Baltimore MD 21218

24aug5:00 pm- 7:00 pmArt of the Collectors VIIArt Salon

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July 27 – August 31, 2019

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 27th, 6:00-8:00 pm.

Art Salon: Saturday, August 24th, 5:00-7:00 pm.
The Preservation of Art, Culture, and Legacy – Panelists: Amath Gomis, Gregory Morton, and Robinson. Moderator: Myrtis Bedolla

Art of the Collectors VII features works of art created by 20th and 21st century African and African American artists previously held in institution and private collections.  Artists: John Biggers, Lois Mailou Jones, Valerie Maynard, Frank Smith, Bruce Onobrakpeya, Stephanie Pogue, Faith Ringgold, Purvis Young, and more…

Faith Ringgold, Grooving High, Color Silkscreen 48/425, 35” x 49” Framed, 1996
Provenance: Johnetta B. Cole Collection

Time

(Saturday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location

Galerie Myrtis

2224 North Charles Street, Baltimore MD 21218

24aug6:00 pm- 8:00 pmChris Batten: No Play FightingReception

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On view: AUG 24 – SEP 28

Reception: AUG 24 | 6-8PM | FREE

Basic Martial Arts Technique and Training Workshop w/ Chris and Dereke Batten: SEP 14 | 1-3PM | FREE

Gallery Talk: SEP 21 | 3-5PM | FREE

The intersection of Creative Alliance resident artist Christopher Batten’s passions – fine arts and martial arts are on display through the portraits and abstract work in No Play Fighting. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Battan demonstrated a profound interest in the visual arts from the age of four. At 8, he began his journey as a martial artist. This exhibition exposes Batten’s dual interests in both fine arts and martial arts, while at the same time calling attention to how that fights led both inside and out of the ring are both equally visceral.

He has witnessed family members, colleagues, and close friends, both win and lose the fight against cancer. He’s also keenly aware homelessness throughout Baltimore, particularly when he commutes to work in the morning and observes the infamous “lean” as a personal battle with addiction. As a teacher, he has witnessed some of his students fight losing battles outside the classroom that become conflicts inside the classroom. In his portraits, Batten addresses the emotions of Baltimoreans who experience daily combat and are under siege.

Contrary to painting, physical fighting enabled Batten to compartmentalize and even suppress his emotions. In the heat of battle, fighters are forced to think their way out of predicaments; therefore, emotions must be controlled. When Joan Waltemath, Director of the LeRoy E Hoffberger School of Painting, suggested he tap into his martial arts training as a means of expanding his repertoire of gestures in his painting, he was completely opposed. At the time, he reserved painting for his feelings and fighting for rational thinking – merging the two seemed to be a betrayal. However, when he tapped into his martial arts training, it took him on a subconscious journey into abstraction. Subsequently, he worked on each piece in timed intervals like rounds of a fight. By expanding his viewpoint of fighting, he was able to combine the physical, rational, and emotional facets of himself in his paintings and nurture his abstract and portrait work simultaneously.

Batten writes, “Throughout my time as a fighter, all of my greatest lessons came from the one thing fighters dread – getting hit. It isn’t until one accepts getting hit that they acquire the fearlessness needed to be a successful fighter. All of us like to be the victor, but the true fighter in an individual can only emerge the moment their opponent catches him or her with a good shot.”

Batten acknowledges that we are all combatants fighting for and/or against something. The most critical of these battles is the one that takes place inside us on a daily basis when we reflect on how our experiences have affected us throughout our lives. No Play Fighting compels viewers to ask themselves: what am I fighting for?

Time

(Saturday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

The Creative Alliance

3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore MD 21224

24aug6:00 pm- 8:00 pmExtracting Existence: Gallery 1448 & Creative Alliance’s Life Drawing Workshop Annual ExhibitionReception

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On view: Aug 24 – Sep 14

Reception: Aug 24 | 6-8PM | FREE

One of the Creative Alliance’s longest-running programs, this Saturday morning Life Drawing class has been meeting every week for over a decade and provides artists of all ages the regular and cost-effective opportunity to continue their individual studies of the human figure.  For the past few years this class has been offered in collaboration with Artist’s Housing and Gallery 1448. Every year this class culminates in an exhibition of the drawings produced through the class, and this year the Creative Alliance is proud to host the exhibition in its Amalie Rothschild Gallery.  This exhibition will feature over a dozen of the community’s strongest draftsmen and draftswomen in a show utterly devoted to the beauty and complexity of the human form.

Time

(Saturday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

The Creative Alliance

3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore MD 21224

24aug8:00 pmStoop…and A Night of stories and responsive improv comedy

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A night of storytelling and responsive IMPROV comedy with Baltimore’s own Nancy Regan.

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(Saturday) 8:00 pm

Location

The Creative Alliance

3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore MD 21224

25aug1:00 pm- 4:00 pmMultimedia Art ShowOpening Reception

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Featuring the works of Craig Haupt, Terri Slack Hardwicke, and Christopher Winslow 

The Liriodendron is excited to exhibit the works of three eclectic artists, along with additional pop-up artists.

Craig Haupt is largely self-taught. Combining a long career of drafting skills with selected sketchbook doodles, he has been creating a menagerie of whimsical subjects. He now works primarily with oils, but still continues to produce numerous images with watercolor and pen & ink.

A graduate of Towson University, Craig has exhibited in various locations throughout Maryland, and in Brooklyn, NY.

“Visual Arts has been a series of ebb & flows throughout my life. During 1995, the strongest flow washed over me and has sustained to this day,” says the artist.

Terri Slack Hardwicke is a multi-media artist who is also one of the Gallery Directors at the Liriodendron. She creates whimsical pieces out of up-cycled furniture, glassware, and other items.

Christopher Winslow is a painter who had his early education in California and Papua New Guinea (1971 to 1975) and at the
 Dun Laoghaire College of Art, Republic of Ireland (1976 to 1980.)

Thirty years ago, he settled in Maryland and began his career as a decorative painter.

“Over the years I have had the good fortune to be able to focus on privately commissioned paintings, portraits, and murals. In my commercial work I paint in many styles and replicate different periods of art, depending on what the interior designer or client wants. This has given me a great opportunity to explore and combine many genres of art and design, creating a new and fresh look.”

A special opening reception will be held from 1 to 4 pm on Sunday, August 25. The exhibit will be on view through September 15 on Sundays from 1 to 4 and Wednesdays from 1 to 7.

Time

(Sunday) 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location

The Liriodendron Mansion

502 West Gordon Street, Bel Air MD

25aug2:00 pm- 4:00 pmWater's EdgeArtists Talk and Reception

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“Water’s Edge”

InSquare Art’s summer show, Water’s Edge, explores this essential element as it intersects our lives. Eight artists share their visceral interpretation of nature’s life-force, examining how we yield to or are challenged by its power, beauty, mystery and sensuality. Artists featured are: Sarah Abel DeLuca, Shelley Amsel, Jo Brown, Joan Hart, Leah Lewman, Cathy Schaefer, Stephen Spartana, Sahul Tsemach.

 

Join us for the Opening Reception on Sunday, August 11, 2019, from 2 to 5 PM.

Water’s Edge is on view from August 11th to September 8th , with Artists Talks and reception on Sunday, August 25th  from 2 to 4 PM.

 

INSQUARE ART is located at 19 South Stricker St, at the corner of Hollins and Stricker Sts, in historic Union Square.  There is ample on-street parking. 

Gallery hours are Saturdays, 12 to 4 PM or by appointment.

For more information and appointments contact [email protected]

 

Time

(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location

InSquare Art

19 South Stricker Street, Baltimore 21223

25aug2:00 pm- 5:00 pmMinas Konsolas: CubiCityClosing Reception

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Join us for the closing reception of MINAS KONSOLAS: CUBICITY.

Konsolas was born in Greece and has lived in Baltimore since 1976, where he graduated from MICA. He is known for employing a variety of artistic styles and techniques, which allows his work to continually evolve. This body of work explores collage. Konsolas’ constant focus is how light interacts with color and form. This work is his attempt to express a heartfelt connection to Baltimore, his adopted hometown. By working with collage on canvas, the artist creates a warm, patchwork effect, reminiscent of a comfortable quilt. These pieces are his way of embracing the city that he loves so much.

Gallery hours are Thursday – Saturday 12:30 pm – 6:30 pm & Sunday 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Time

(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location

The Alchemy of Art

1637 Eastern Ave, Baltimore MD 21231

28aug9:00 pm- 10:30 pmBaltimore Comedy FestivalOpening Ceremony

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8:00 – RECEPTION – Food, Fun and Vibes. Come and Enjoy the Motor House while DJ Dragn supplies music. Meet performing Comedians during this Opening Reception.

9:00 – SHOWCASE – Performing Comedians – Kiragu Beauttah, Bryson Young, Brandon Mitchell, Tink, Elizabeth Norman
and Archie Jamieson

FREE / DONATIONS AT DOOR

Time

(Wednesday) 9:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Location

Motor House

120 West North Avenue, Baltimore MD 21201

29aug6:00 pm- 8:00 pmMary Orwen: Women of Jefferson Place GalleryClosing Reception + Curator's Talk

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Mary Orwen: Women of Jefferson Place Gallery
Curated by: John Anderson and Meaghan Kent

Exhibition Dates: June 6 – August 31, 2019
Closing Reception and Curator’s Talk: Thursday, August 29, 6-8pm

Cody Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of work by Mary Ryan Orwen (b. New York, NY 1913; d. Rochester, NY 2005). Her work, often expressive in color and form, investigates mark and the utility of globs, patches, and drips. Steeped in non-objective approaches when based in New York, once in Washington her work was re-rooted into a discipline of working from and responding to nature.

An emerging artist in New York in 1939, Orwen’s interest in the emotion of non-objective painting convinced her to abandon all other art. Her work caught the eye of Hilla Rebay, founding director of the Museum of Non-Objective Painting (now the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum), where Orwen would eventually exhibit in 1940 and 1942. After marrying Gifford P. Orwen in 1947, they settled in Washington, DC, where Gifford was employed by the State Department.

In DC, Orwen sought camaraderie in the nascent art department at American University, where she frequently exhibited at Watkins Gallery, and would periodically teach in the summers. It is likely through her associations with William H. Calfee and Robert F. Gates that the object re-emerged in her paintings, drifting between pure non-objective mark-making and work reminiscent of the titles she gave them: like “Sea Chant,” “Hollyhocks,” and “Gold Sea Growths.” Her work quickly garnered critical success. In 1949 she was awarded an “Artist of Tomorrow” by Whyte Gallery, and received awards from the Corcoran Area Annual in 1949 and 1951.

While recognizable objects returned to some of her paintings in the 1950s and 1960s, her non-objective approaches remained. “The glob of paint, the drip, the patch of color are all legitimate tools,” she wrote of her work in 1959. Orwen moved away from DC to Rochester, NY (by way of West Virginia), but would continue to employ these tools up until her final days.

Mary Ryan Orwen received her BA from Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, in 1935. Upon moving to New York she furthered her studies at the Art Student’s League, studying with Reginald Marsh, Harry Sternberg, and William Zorach, and at The New School, studying with Camilio Egas. After moving to DC, she began teaching at the Mount Vernon Seminary in the early 1950s, and shared a studio with Anne Truitt, from 1952–1957. In 1957, she began exhibiting almost exclusively with the Jefferson Place Gallery, where she continued to exhibit until 1967. In 1970 she was included in the retrospective “Washington: Twenty Years” at the Baltimore Museum of Art, which examined the ascendancy of the DC arts scene between 1950 and 1970. After relocating to Rochester, NY, she continued to paint, teach, and exhibit there for the next four decades, up until her death in 2005.

This exhibition will be the second of the series “Women of Jefferson Place Gallery”. The Jefferson Place Gallery was founded in 1957 by Alice Denney, and five art professors affiliated with American University: William H. Calfee, Robert F. Gates, Helene (McKinsey) Herzbrun, Mary Ryan Orwen, and Ben L. Summerford. Often credited for being the spark that ignited DC’s contemporary art scene in the 1960s and 70s, among the artists who exhibited at the gallery were Gene Davis, Kenneth Noland, Jacob Kainen, Howard Mehring, Tom Downing, Jennie Lea Knight, Rockne Krebs, Willem de Looper, and Sam Gilliam.

“Women of Jefferson Place Gallery” has been organized by Meaghan Kent, director of Cody Gallery, and John Anderson. John Anderson is an independent curator and writer. His research into the archives of Alice Denney and Jefferson Place Gallery culminated in the exhibition, “Making a Scene: The Jefferson Place Gallery” at American University Museum in 2017. A catalogue accompanied the exhibition. In addition, he has written several catalogue essays including “Seen and Unseen: Public Artworks by Sam Gilliam and Rockne Krebs,” Washington Studio School, and “Phyllis Plattner,” The American University Museum. Anderson is a contributor to Washington City Paper and re:sculpt.

Cody Gallery of Marymount University is located at 1000 North Glebe Road, 2nd Floor. Street parking and Capital Bikeshare are available. The gallery is located near the Metroline Orange: Ballston-MU.

Image: Mary Orwen, Untitled,1958, Oil on linen. Private Collection

Time

(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Cody Gallery at Marymount University

1000 N Glebe Rd, Arlington, VA 22203

29aug6:00 pm- 8:00 pmMaker Conversation with Wild Kombucha

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You love their local products, now you have an opportunity to hear their stories. Join Made in Baltimore at our Maker Conversation series at the Parkway Theatre, as we introduce you to maker entrepreneurs in our network. On August 29th, our business development coordinator, Keisha Ransome, sits down with the owners of Wild Kombucha to have a candid conversation about “making” in Baltimore. Learn about their brand, how Baltimore has embraced them, and their inspiration for creating komucha you love. After the conversation, join us in the theater lobby where you can purchase food, beverages, and enjoy kombucha.

Time

(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

SNF Parkway Theatre

3 West North Avenue, Baltimore MD 21201

30aug - 1sepAll Day2019 Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest

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The 2019 Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest is proud to return for its second year. This year’s festival will feature over 50 films including narratives, documentaries, music videos, web series, experimental films, and more! The BFS Film Fest takes place over three days (Friday, August 30th through Sunday, September 1st) at the SNF Parkway Theatre at Charles Street and North Avenue.

The BFS Film Fest centers Black Femme filmmakers and re-envisions the Black Femme as a global protagonist, empowering their stories through film. In addition to screening films that face systemic barriers of sexism, racism, and classism, BFS Film Fest strives to foster an intentional community of filmmakers and film-lovers alike.

The theme of the festival this year is Access. Festival programs will elaborate on subjects such as Access to Power, Access to Guidance, and Access to Love. Both Saturday and Sunday will feature a collection of Baltimore-made films, including B. Monet’s documentary Ballet After Dark and Antonio Hernadez’s documentary Indelible: Abdu Ali.

Friday’s Opening Night will feature Numa Perrier’s acclaimed film Jezebel.

Saturday’s programs include Mariama Diallo’s horror-comedy Hair Wolf and Iyabo Boyd’s surreal and introspective Me Time, as well as a Pitch Competition for up-and-coming filmmakers.

Sunday’s programs include Tchaiko Omawale’s coming-of-age feature Solace and Reina Gossett and Sasha Wortzel’s Happy Birthday Marsha, a documentary about the iconic transgender artist and activist Marsha Johnson and her life in the hours before she ignited the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York City.

Time

August 30 (Friday) - September 1 (Sunday)

Location

SNF Parkway Theatre

3 West North Avenue, Baltimore MD 21201

30aug7:00 pm- 9:00 pmAdam Stab | Street Life ArtClosing Reception

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August 30, 7-9pm
Tickets: $15 in advance; $20 at the door

At the closing reception for ADAM STAB STREET LIFE ART, enjoy music in the garden and storytelling with Adam Stab!

Time

(Friday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

The Peale Center

225 North Holliday Street, Baltimore MD 21202

31augAll DayThe 3rd Annual CM.BALL

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CM.POPS presents… The 3rd Annual CM.BALL

A popsicle party of epic proportions!

Featuring 12 HOURS of live music, DJ’s, video games, craft vendors, secret adventures, visual artist, fire spinners, a tea lounge and some of the best food in town

This is much more than a party or concert, this is a community based arts project showcasing some of the best creatives in the region
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A+ Food Vendors✔️
Beer, Wine, & Artisan Drinks✔️
One Stage Vibe ✔️
Live Performances + DJ’s✔️
20+ Artisans / Retail / Local Business Vendors✔️
FREE PARKING ON SITE!✔️
Shaded Lounge Area✔️
Video Games + Activities✔️

August 31
2pm-2am

$15 Tickets Available now

More info at CMPOPS.COM

Time

All Day (Saturday)

Location

The Bambou

229 North Franklintown Road, Baltimore 21223

31aug7:00 pmHorse Lords, Smoke Bellow, DJ/MC Lexie Mountain

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Horse Lords:
https://horselords.bandcamp.com/

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Special guests TBA soon!

Smoke Bellow:
https://smokebellow.bandcamp.com/

and DJ/MC Lexie Mountain!

7PM
Come early, as the bands must end by 11pm!

This outdoor show will be held in our rear courtyard. Enter through the alley – Tyson Street, between Franklin and Mulberry.

*Bar will be open! (No BYOB please)*

Time

(Saturday) 7:00 pm

Location

Current Space

421 North Howard Street, Baltimore MD 21201