In the Neighborhood

Artscape teams up with businesses and organizations in the community to encourage festivalgoers to explore what the neighborhood has to offer. From visual and performing arts to yoga and beverage specials, there is something for everyone “In the Neighborhood.”

In the Neighborhood

Location: The neighborhood in and around Artscape

Exhibition Opening and Happy Hour/Summer Jewelry Sale
Baltimore Jewelry Center
10 E. North Avenue Suite 130 Baltimore, MD 21202
Friday, July 19, 6-9pm Saturday, July 20, 12-6pm Sunday, July 21, 12-6pm
Exhibition opening and happy hour Meet featured artists, see artwork Saturday and Sunday. Summer Sale Sale of jewelry made by artists at the Baltimore Jewelry Center.

Artscape at The Depot
The Depot 1728 N. Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21201

DJ Meagan Ducky Buster and her mix of dance tunes til 2a both on Saturday and Sunday.

A solo art show by Kelci Tillman at Wet City!
Wet City 223 W Chase St Baltimore, MD 21201
Opens Thursday, July 18
Kelci Tillman is an artist and designer in Baltimore, MD. She will be showing colorful works that explore both humor and tenderness at Wet City from her series of prints and paintings: FREAKBANANA.

Open House & Print Sale!
18 W. North Ave. Baltimore, MD 21201
Saturday July 20 and Sunday July 21, Noon - 5pm

Discover Baltimore's only public access Letterpress, Risograph, and Screenprinting studio. Come tour the facilities, see printing demos, and buy handmade art! All prints and shirts are on sale all weekend long.

Drink Specials at the SNF Parkway Lounge
5 West North Avenue Baltimore, MD 21201
Friday July 19th 6pm-9pm
Saturday July 20th 1pm-9pm
Sunday July 21st 1pm-9pm
Need a break from the heat and crowds? Cool down in the SNF Parkway Lounge and enjoy a tasty local draft beer or cocktail. Drink specials will be available Friday through Sunday during Artscape. And don't forget to try the best popcorn in town!

@Artscape: Station North Art Crawl
Rituals, 12 W. North Ave., Baltimore, MD 21201
Friday, July 19, 2019 from 6–9pm

The Station North Arts Consortium, a collection of self-selected creative businesses, art spaces and institutions, is excited to announce the first ever @Artscape: Station North Art Crawl. This after party at the newly open Rituals bar is hosted by BmoreArt and North Avenue Market. All along North Avenue and the surrounding neighborhoods, arts organizations, businesses and institutions open late and host special events where the public can make, shop and learn from our talented community right where they work every day. Participating hosts include Baltimore Print Studios, Baltimore Jewelry Center, BmoreArt, Gallery CA, ICA, Impact Hub, JHU-MICA Film Centre, Made in Baltimore, MICA, Motor House, North Avenue Market, Open Works, Rituals, SNF Parkway and new space 30 W. North Ave.

Art School and Gallery Open House (Free)
Schuler School, 5 E. Lafayette Ave., Baltimore, MD 21202
Saturday, July 20 and Sunday, July 21 from 2–5pm

The Schuler School of Fine Arts is a community of visual artists who draw, sculpt and paint in the classical tradition to create fine art. Sculptor Hans Schuler, director of the Maryland Institute from 1925–1951, built the 1906 studio housing, the Schuler School. Today’s generation of Schuler artists, students and friends keep the practice of “seeing the ordinary and transforming it into something special” thriving in Baltimore. Artscape guests are invited to tour the studio and gallery for an intimate view of today’s artists creating tomorrow’s masterpieces using techniques of past masters. Step into a world of exquisite art and be immersed in a beautiful museum alive with the vibrant energy of creativity.

Artscape to Organscape (Free)
City Temple of Baltimore (Baptist), 317 Dolphin St., Baltimore, MD 21217
Saturday, July 20 from 1–4pm

Featuring organists and artists from the Bolton Hill community, the Greater Baltimore area and beyond, performing on the historic Adam Stein 144 Rank Pipe Organ.

Brothers Music In-Store Performances (Free)
Brothers Music, 2112 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218

Friday, July 19 from 4–8pm and Saturday, July 20 from 4–6pm
Brothers Music hosts two days of underground artists and musicians from Baltimore.

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