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EVENT SPOTLIGHT: Spring Bromo Art Walk

Art Walk attendees in front of Le Mondo

Le Mondo is a proud member of the Bromo Arts District in downtown Baltimore. This May 16th, join us for this neighborhood-wide event and explore all the great art spaces and projects we call neighbors! We'll be hosting an open house with drink specials and music all night.

Come by at 7PM for live performances from:

  • sun Lynn Hunter - performance art

  • Ariel Cavalcante Foster - movement

  • Daoure Diongue + Tears of Black Tiger - music

Learn more about our night's presenting artists below!


Bromo Art Walk Poster


Bromo Art Walk at Le Mondo

406 North Howard St, Baltimore

Thurs, May 16 | Free!

Event: 5PM - 9PM

Performances: 7PM



Ariel Cavalcante Foster performing


Ariel Cavalcante Foster is a millennial Brazilian-American artist, inclusion strategist and embodiment guide based in Maryland and Brazil with a BA from Goucher College (2016) in Studio Art and Arts Administration.

Ariel's art practice includes printmaking, installation, painting, sound, video and performance. Her work is part of Goucher College Library and Special Collections and is a recipient of the Rosenberg Travel scholarship. In 2018, Foster participated in the Baltimore Artist Retreat and joined the Urban Arts Leadership Fellowship Cohort.

Ariel co-directed The Parlour (2018-2020), an art gallery in Baltimore and has been an active member of several artist-run collective initiatives including Movemove Collaborative. She has exhibited work throughout the East Coast and in São Paulo, Brazil via the Casa Na Ilha artist residency (2017) and travel research and artist residency in Casanalapa and Casa Japuanga (2022-2023).

Their work overlaps various disciplines centered around transformational passages in ritual, embodiment practices and our connection with natural and unseen forces.

A photo of musician Daoure Diongue in front of a wall of vines


Daoure Diongue is a saxophonist, composer, and sound essayist. A polyglot and alchemist, he evokes his homes of Baltimore and Senegal through sound. His work draws on world-class conservatory training as a saxophonist and the self-determining ethos of African American Music.

Each of his projects is a first-order experience that is both mysterious and whole. In his latest piece, I Peered to the Other Side, Daoure explores how understanding our grief can bring us new clarity, beauty, and possibility.

Tears of Black Tiger will be joining Daoure to reinterpret some of his latest compositions.


sun Lynn Hunter performing with their hair suspended in braids


sun Lynn Hunter is a captivating multimedia artist and researcher based out of Baltimore & Chicago. sun delves into the profound realms of empathy & vulnerability through endurance-based performances, interactive installations, video, sound & public workshops. Her work utilizes the body as a vessel to challenge the colonial gaze, becoming a powerful act of resistance that threads the nuances of grief, joy, isolation & love within the Black experience.

Channeling both known & lost ancestral knowledge through Afrofuturist pursuits, her multidimensional approach engages audiences in conversations that test awareness & empathetic capabilities. sun's work synthesizes historical & contemporary moments, weaving together narratives of strength through familial recordings, current events, her personal voice, curated objects & pop culture.

With a BFA in Photography from MICA & MFA in Performance from SAIC, sun has left an indelible mark, holding residencies with DCASE Chicago, Recto Verso Studios in Quebec City, Ohio University, & the Lemon Tree House in Centona, Italy. Currently a member of the Suspended Culture art collective, she constantly engages in collaboration.



Photos from Le Mondo's last Bromo Art Walk

Laure Drogoul performing at Le Mondo at the Bromo Art Walk

Bao Nguyen performing at Le Mondo

Mike Alfieri and Scott Patterson of Afrohouse performing at Le Mondo

Laure Drogoul performing at Le Mondo Smell Orchestra

Morgan greets attendees at Le Mondo

Bromo Art Walk attendees in front of Le Mondo

Bromo Art Walk attendees in front of Le Mondo

Mike Alfieri playing drums at Le Mondo for the Bromo Art Walk


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