Le Mondo addresses a growing need for truly affordable and sustainable space for artists and small arts organizations in Baltimore through artist-ownership and community-led development.
Le Mondo aims to position Baltimore as a center for experimental performance and the live arts, nationally and internationally.
Le Mondo will house flexible performance venues with resident programming, rehearsal and shop facilities, artist studios.
Le Mondo will also house affordable live/work apartments, meeting space, education space, a neighborhood bar, and a cafe.
We're unfolding over on the 400 block of Baltimore's Howard Street in the Bromo Arts District. The area was once a bustling commercial district and also supported a vibrant vaudeville theater scene. It is currently home to many artist initiatives such as Current Gallery, DCAC, H&H, MAP, 14K Cabaret, and now Le Mondo!