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Bmoreart encourages the Baltimore Arts Community to Support Open Space Baltimore during this Time of Tragedy.

Bmoreart is saddened to hear of the major fire that destroyed the building and businesses in the Remington neighborhood last night – one being the Open Space Baltimore gallery. We feel compelled to help the artists involved and the gallery in this time of crisis. We encourage you and the Baltimore arts community to support them in any way you can.

Urgent: Open Space desperately needs these things: trash bags, boxes, moving supplies of any kind, transportation, storage, and a serious need of helping hands.

Meet at Open Space today! They only have until 5PM.

Call: 214.502.1652; 860.874.3032; or 646.322.9344

Stay updated with Open Space via Facebook

Link to Baltimore Sun Coverage / * this information was provided by MAP / photo from Baltimore Sun

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