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One excellent way to experience the range and diversity of the arts and culture in Baltimore is the Bromo District Art Walk. The most recent event occurred on June 23 from 5-9 pm and included a map of venues and events including a variety of municipal, nonprofit, artist-run, and DIY spaces throughout the narrow north-south downtown area designated as a state arts district.

Bordered by Lombard at the south end and Read Street at the north, the Bromo Arts District is about four blocks wide and stretches between N. Greene Street and Park Avenue, with a cluster of cultural venues around Fayette and Baltimore and another between Franklin and W. Mulberry Street. Each venue was provided with maps and a list of exhibits, so that participants who visited one location can easily find them all, a great way to cross-pollinate disparate audiences for the arts.

We were thrilled that E. Brady Robinson was available to visit and photograph as many venues as possible on this summer evening, to provide a visual record of some of the highlights including: Maryland Art Place, the Black Genius Art Show, 410 Lofts, Current Space, Lexington Market, Nomü Nomü, and Le Mondo.

 

 

Sculpture by Mina Cheon and Gabriel Kroiz on the outside of the MAP building

 

Jon Malis and Sabra Jafarzadeh ouside the MAP building

 

J.M. Giordano and Director Amy Cavanaugh at Maryland Art Place with his work
Work by J.M. Giordano at Maryland Art Place (MAP)
Artist J.M. Giordano at MAP
Work by J.M. Giordano at MAP
Work by J.M. Giordano at MAP
Raquel Castedo, Amy Cavanaugh, Cara Ober, and J.M. Giordano at MAP
Blakwater House: Showcase, 5th Floor at MAP
He's got the Bromo map! Blakwater Showcase, MAP 5th Floor
LineUpRoom at MAP
Blakwater Showcase, MAP 5th Floor
Blakwater Showcase, MAP 5th Floor
Blakwater Showcase, MAP 5th Floor
Blakwater Showcase, MAP 5th Floor
LineUpRoom, MAP 5th Floor
Blakwater Showcase, MAP 5th Floor
Photographer Mike Jon, Studios at Maryland Art Place
Studios at Maryland Art Place
Lexington Market
Le Mondo featured live jazz and art making
Sculptor and performance artist Laure Drogoul at Le Mondo
Artist Elena Johnston, solo show Mood Ring at Current
Four Ten Lofts
Four Ten Lofts
Four Ten Lofts
Four Ten Lofts
Black Genius Art Show
Black Genius Art Show
Black Genius Art Show
Black Genius Art Show
Black Genius Art Show
Black Genius Art Show
Black Genius Art Show
Black Genius Art Show
Nomü Nomü
Nomü Nomü
Nomü Nomü
Nomü Nomü
Musician John Tyler at Nomü Nomü
Nomü Nomü

Header Image: Artwork, books, and plants at Nomü Nomü

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