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Event Spotlight: Bromo Arts Walk

You know (and love??) us. But did you know we're part of a whole neighborhood of artist-driven activity in downtown Baltimore? So much so that there's now a whole district dedicated to art here!

Twice a year we all open our doors at the same time over the course of one evening to share a little bit of our diverse art practices with you.

Get ready to discover new work and great artists during the Bromo District Arts Walk this Thursday, June 23rd, 5PM - 9PM. RSVP for special perks here.

What to See at Le Mondo
During the night, grab a refreshment and meet some of the resident artists of Le Mondo. You will be able to buy visual art and one-of-a-kind wearable pieces. You can also experience music and short performance presentations occurring hourly beginning at 6PM.


5PM - 9PM

Bashi Rose (Film, Music)

Michele Blu (Clothing, Music)

Jamal Moore (Jewelry, Handmade Instruments, Music)

Camilla Sucre (Visual Art, Illustration)

Perri Fae (Visual Art, Painting)

Daniel Thompson (Visual Art, Photography)

6PM and 7PM

Katie Vaught with Sydney Sampson (Dance)


Carly J Bales, Noelle Tolbert, Laure Drogoul (Performance Art)

What to See Throughout the Bromo Arts District

PERFORMANCES & EXHIBITS BALTIMORE JAZZ ALLIANCE: 12 N. Eutaw St. /// performances from 6-9pm Enjoy live jazz from Darius Scott and the Resolution Jazz Group in The Hippodrome Theatre's lobby. BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART AT LEXINGTON MARKET: 110 N. Eutaw St. /// 5-9pm Visit the BMA Lexington Market, learning about the work and history of the Baltimore Museum of Art’s branch location, an evolution of the BMA Outpost which began in 2014, as well as the BMA Lexington Market’s plans for the future. BLACK ARTIST RESEARCH SPACE: 426 W. Franklin St. /// 6-8pm View Body Language: Black Femme Women in the Digital Age, by educator and multidisciplinary artist Chrystal Seawood in collaboration with performance artist Brooke Jay. The exhibition features painting, installation, video, and performance art across two thematic sections. THE BLACK GENIUS ART SHOW: 106 N. Eutaw St. /// 5-9pm Get a behind the scenes scoop on a new animated project, MAYOR OF BALTIMORE, by the creator B. Robinson. View an exhibition of animated works from the project, obtain collectibles, and meet some of the creatives behind the production. BLAKWATER HOUSE: 218 W. Saratoga St. 5th Floor /// 5-9pm Watch as music is written, produced, and recorded live with local musicians and vocalists. BROMO SELTZER ARTS TOWER : 21 S. Eutaw St. /// 5-9pm Experience Emerge Baltimore, a visual art exhibition featuring rising Baltimore-based artists McKinley Wallace III, Will Watson, and Jill Orlov, on view through November 23. You can explore all 15 floors of the Bromo Tower, the clock room, and a collection of art and artifacts related to the Bromo Tower's history. COTYLEDON ARTS / DEAR GLOBE: 422 W. Mulberry St. /// 5-9pm, performances at 6:30, 7, 7:30pm View the visual exhibit and performances by members of Hot Rock Collective, a group dedicated to creating accessibility and visibility among underrepresented and emerging artists. CURRENT SPACE: 421 N. Howard St. /// 5-9pm Hear experimental, new music performances by Mind on Fire in the outdoor courtyard and view Elena Johnston's dynamic, abstract paintings in the gallery. Current Space studio members will also have artwork available for sale in the courtyard. Refreshments will be available at our outdoor bar. EUBIE BLAKE CULTURAL CENTER: 847 N. Howard St. /// 5-9pm Listen to readings from authors of Zora’s Den Writers’ Group, a sisterhood of Black women writers; enjoy eclectic R&B and cool jazz music from the Rooftop Society; and view Led by the Holy Spirit, a solo exhibit by J. Alpha Massaquoi, Jr. EVERYMAN THEATRE: 315 W. Fayette St. /// 5-7:15pm Forno and Everyman present A Battle of Bromo Bartenders - a cocktail competition available at both locations. Vote on your favorite drink; stroll through the art gallery; listen to spoken word performances; and meet local playwright, R. Eric Thomas. Special discounted tickets available for attendees. Spoken word performances will take place at Everyman Theatre at 6:30pm, and at Forno (17 N. Eutaw St.) at 8pm. Forno will be open from 4-9pm. FLUID MOVEMENT: 303 W. Monument St. /// 6-9pm Take a tour of the studio, tie-dye Fluid Movement t-shirts, and view set pieces from Yacht Rocket: A Synchro Swim Space Spectacular. FOUR TEN LOFTS GALLERY: 410 N. Eutaw St. /// 5-9pm Gallery 410 presents "Void": An immersive installation featuring new abstract works by resident artist, Deja Richardson. THE HIPPODROME THEATRE: 12 N. Eutaw St. /// 5-9pm Take a behind the scenes tour of the historic Hippodrome Theatre. Tours will start every 15 minutes and run approximately 30 minutes. Darius Scott and the Resolution Jazz Trio will be playing in our South 2 Lobby at the end of each tour. KEUR KHALEYI AFRICAN DANCE COMPANY: 847 N. Howard St. 2nd Floor /// Performance times TBD The multi-generational dance and drum company will showcase the rich dance traditions of Guinea, Senegal, and Mali in West Africa in two 30-minute long performances. LA LOUPE DESIGN: 422 W. Mulberry St. /// 5-9pm Meet the local artist team behind La Loupe Design and view their contemporary lighting installation at Dear Globe Coffee. Watch live demonstrations of the techniques used to create the intricate origami lamp collection. LE MONDO: 406 N. Howard St. /// 5-9pm (performances occur hourly beginning at 6pm) Le Mondo is an artist-run performance venue for adventurous artists and the people that love them. We host diverse arts programming, studios, and event space. Grab a drink, meet some of the resident artists, and check out their work in progress. Music, dance, and performance art pieces will occur hourly beginning at 6PM. LEXINGTON MARKET: 112 N. Eutaw St. /// 5-9pm Come inside the new Lexington Market (set to open in Fall 2022) and hear more about the project to transform the 200+ year old public market, including the focus on public art. Hear from artists involved in creating new artwork for the market and outdoor plaza. LINEUP ROOM RECORDING & EDUCATION STUDIOS: 218 W. Saratoga St., 2nd Floor /// 5-9pm Join Baltimore musicians and immerse yourself in the recording studio pre-production process. Attend a live drum recording session and experience producers composing instrumentals with the latest technology for local and national release. Refreshments available. M.A.P. TECHNOLOGIES: 322 W. Baltimore St. /// 5-9pm Join for an Art Market at M.A.P. Technologies game lounge. Connect with local artists and writers between playing arcade classics, your favorite retro games, and all the newest titles. MARYLAND ART PLACE: 218 W. Saratoga St. /// 5-9pm View J.M. Giordano's "We Used to Live at Night", covering over 25 years of Baltimore after dark. The show features black and white film and digital photos of underground scenes from across Baltimore city starting in 1994 until COVID ended the old way of living at night for good. MARYLAND CENTER FOR HISTORY AND CULTURE: 610 N. Howard St. /// 5-9pm Drop into MCHC's newest photography exhibition, Visions of Night: Baltimore Nocturnes. Meet and mingle with the contemporary artists from the exhibition J. M. Giordano, Sydney J. Allen, Webster Phillips III, John Clarke Mayden. And perhaps encounter the spirits of the historical photographers lurking around the corner! MEDIA RHYTHM INSTITUTE: 20 N. Howard St. /// 5-9pm Black and Brown in Hip Hop: an exhibit of Black and LatinX young creatives including MRI's iDance program, featuring Park Heights Academy and The LatinX Hip Hop Project featuring Lakeland Elementary and Middle School. MUSE 360 ARTS: 21 S. Eutaw St. /// 5-9pm Watch short film screenings produced by Muse 360 and its youth ! Muse 360 is a youth organization established in 2004 on a mission to radically develop Baltimore youth to use their voice and creative talents in pursuit of knowledge of self. NOMU NOMU: 709 N. Howard St. /// 5-9pm NoMüNoMü will be hosting live screen printing in conjunction with the gallery’s inaugural exhibition, Between Two Worlds. Visitors will have the opportunity to print a protest poster to take home. Representatives from the Walters Art Museum will be on site to discuss their current exhibition, Majolica Mania, within the context of labor and capitalism. A movie screening will begin at 7pm to kick-off a months-long series at the gallery every Thursday. Refreshments will be available courtesy of Topo Chico. SENSE OF PRESS: 218 W. Saratoga St. 3rd Floor /// 5-9pm Take part in a drop in collage-a-card printmaking workshop. Visitors will be given all the materials needed to make a unique edition of 10 riso-printed cards. THE WALTERS ART MUSEUM: 709 N. Howard St. /// 5-9pm Representatives from the Walters Art Museum will be on site at NoMuNoMu to discuss their current exhibition, Majolica Mania, within the context of labor and capitalism. WESTMINSTER HALL AND BURYING GROUND: 519 W. Fayette St. /// 5-8pm Come for a self-guided tour of Westminster's Burying Ground. Explore one of Baltimore's oldest cemeteries which contains tombs of prominent business, political and military leaders, and of-course the grave of Edgar Allan Poe! WTMD: 218 W. Saratoga St., MAP Basement /// Screenings at 6pm & 7:30pm In the Maryland Art Place basement, watch a screening of “Do Whatever You Want, All the Time,” a short documentary produced by WTMD’s Sam Sessa that showcases Baltimore’s vibrant music scene from 2005-present.


GRAB DISTRICT DISCOUNTS: On 6/23, show your Eventbrite registration at the following Bromo Arts District retailers to receive special discounts during the night!

  • Forno Restaurant & Wine Bar (17 N. Eutaw St.): 15% off all drinks from 4-9pm (offer does not apply to happy hour or other discounts)

  • Cuples Tea House (409 N. Howard St.): More info coming soon!

  • Vegan Juiceology (413 N. Howard St.): More info coming soon!

FOOD TRUCKS: Food trucks will be located on the Lexington Market Plaza (110 N. Eutaw Street) and at Maryland Center for History and Culture (610 N. Howard Street). At Lexington Market:

  • Charro Negro

  • Deddle's Donuts

At Maryland Center for History and Culture:

  • J Bee's Jamaican Me Crazy

  • Platinum Amala

RAIN OR SHINE: We're not going to let a little bad weather get in our way! This event will take place rain or shine. All programming will be inside of their listed locations or will provide cover if necessary.


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