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Sunday, July 23

10AM- 3PM Hike for Healing FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture
120 W. North Avenue
Free

The Monument Quilt presents Hike for Healing, a celebration of survivors healing and thriving. Participants can take part in arts and crafts tables to create self-care sachets, or create a quilt square to add to the Monument Quilt, a collection of 2000 survivor stories drawn, stitched and painted onto red fabric. There will also be a hiking-themed photo booth for individuals to take pictures in.
www.upsettingrapeculture.com
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10AM- 5PM Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize Finalists Exhibition At The Walters Art Museum, Special Exhibition galleries (600 North Charles Street)
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11:00 AM-8:00 PM Artists' Market A juried exhibition highlighting artists who create and execute original, professional quality work. 
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11AM Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church 1316 Park Avenue
Breakfast with Tiffany
Free

View the beauty and artistry Brown Memorial's 17 stained glass windows during this tour of the church's sanctuary. Eleven of the windows are products of the Tiffany Studios. Most were installed between 1905 and 1910. Today, they make up one of the world’s largest and finest collections of Tiffany art in their original setting. Light refreshments will be served in the church's Assembly Room.
www.browndowntown.org
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11AM- 12:30PM Baltimore Kids Can Dance A dance showcase featuring three Baltimore based dance companies for young people. 

11-11:30am: Xpressive4ever Dance Ensemble
11:30am-12pm: The Dance Conservatory at the St. Paul’s Schools
12-12:30pm: Dance Happens
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11AM- 2AM The Eagle Baltimore Eagle
2022 N. Charles St.

The Eagle will serve special art-inspired cocktails all weekend, and the second floor leather shop, Eagle Leathers, will act as an art gallery for LGBT and fetish-related art by regional artists. The gallery currently has a show titled "Two Fisted Patti Lupone" on display.
www.TheBaltimoreEagle.com
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11AM- 8PM Artist-Run Art Fair Highlighting emerging contemporary artists through artwork, prints, publications and on-site artist projects.
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11AM- 8PM Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize Semifinalists Exhibition at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Decker and Meyerhoff galleries
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11AM- 8PM Kidscape
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11AM- 8PM The Fred Artscape Prize
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11AM- 8PM The Midtown Academy 1398 W. Mt. Royal Avenue

The Midtown Academy Water Station will be held at The Midtown Academy off of Mt. Royal Terrace. Student, parent and teacher volunteers will be selling water as well as offering "fan and water spritzing" service to cool down Artscape guests. Tours and information about The Midtown Academy will also be available.
www.themidtownacademy.com
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11AM- 8PM University of Baltimore presents Gamescape
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11:30AM- 12PM DJ Deezy, Music Camp Old school/new school, hip-hop, rap, house music, reggae – DJ Deezy plays it all!
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11:30AM-12:30PM Get Steady, rock*

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*A winner of Sound Off Live!, the annual competition where up-and-coming bands from Maryland, Delaware, D.C. and Virginia compete for a slot to perform at either Artscape, Baltimore Book Festival and Light City.
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12PM- 1PM Rimi + the Shakti Collective, Indian Classical Music Meets the West Experience an experimental combination of music and dance based in the Indian classical tradition.
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12PM- 6PM Red Thorn Tattoo 1731 Maryland Ave

Each of Red Thorn Tattoo’s artists will have new, original paintings on display/for sale, as well as prints of originals. They will have limited edition "camp red thorn" t-shirts and buttons available. A special edition sheet of flash will be available all weekend along with a "wheel of chance" where customers can spin a wheel for $40 and get whatever tattoo the wheel lands on, with a $10 re-spin option, and obviously no obligation to actually get the tattoo if you don't want it. Stump town coffee is also sponsoring the event and will be supplying free iced coffee for patrons.
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12PM- 6PM Vegan Art-Stravaganza Thrive Baltimore
6 E. Lafayette Avenue
Free

Vegan Art-Stravaganza will display art by vegan artists at the Thrive community center in the Charles North neighborhood of Baltimore, and have vegan food available for purchase.
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12PM- 1PM T.K. Blue, electric blues

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1PM Che Malambo The powerhouse all-male Argentinian dance company Che Malambo excites audiences with their percussive dance and music spectacle.
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1PM- 1:30PM Harvey and Sam Puppet Company, Jimmy’s Summer Camp Adventure Help Jimmy and his dog try to make friends at summer camp.
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1PM- 2PM David London, Magic Camp Enjoy the strange magic of David London, which combines magic with comedy, storytelling, and puppetry to the delight of all.

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1PM-2PM Super City, alternative*

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BandCamp

*A winner of Sound Off Live!, the annual competition where up-and-coming bands from Maryland, Delaware, D.C. and Virginia compete for a slot to perform at either Artscape, Baltimore Book Festival and Light City.
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1:30PM-2:30PM Michelle Walker Jazz Quartet, Jazz Globe Traveling: A Cultural Adventure A celebration of cultural diversity through a jazz lens brings this talented group to our stage.
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2PM- 2:30PM Polytechnic Institute and Western High School’s Drumline and Auxiliary
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2PM- 3PM J Pope and the HearNow, hip hop
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2PM- 4PM Artist & Craftsman Supply 137 W. North Avenue
Free

Make a "God's Eye" from 2pm-4pm.

Camp-style craft activities in the store open to all festival-goers who stop in during the advertised times.
http://www.artistcraftsman.com/
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2PM- 4PM Brothers Music 2112 N. Charles Street
Free

Enjoy live music at Brothers throughout the festival weekend!
www.brothersmusicbaltimore.com
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2PM- 5PM Afternoon Camping Adventure Schuler School of Fine Arts
7 E. Lafayette Avenue
Free

The Schuler School of Fine Arts opens its historic doors into the early 20th century studio built by esteemed sculptor Hans Schuler.  
Your wondrous adventure begins when you see the award-winning sculptures, reliefs and busts of prominent 19th and 20th century Baltimoreans. Hans Schuler created decorative and monumental works of art before and during his tenure as President of the Maryland Institute (1925-1951). Be inspired by the paintings, watercolors and sculptures created by today’s Schuler family artists, faculty and students. These contemporary artists continue to produce fine art with verve and style in the tradition of the Renaissance masters.  “Camp-out” in an environment full of big and small surprises that delight and please your senses.
www.schulerschool.com
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2PM-3PM Anita’s Flutes, A Camping Adventure The beautiful sounds of this talented group fill the air in this historic church.
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2PM-3PM John Hoegberg, Solo guitar and voice explore post-rock delta songs
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2:30PM- 3:30PM Dancin’ Unlimited, Dance Under the Stars Talented dancers offer selections that range from the relaxing to the dramatic.
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2:30PM- 3:30PM Tradiciones Bolivianas: A Trip to South America Through Dance Travel to Bolivia with the dancers as they bring South America to Artscape.
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2:30PM-3:30PM K-Stone, r&b/rock* *A winner of Sound Off Live!, the annual competition where up-and-coming bands from Maryland, Delaware, D.C. and Virginia compete for a slot to perform at either Artscape, Baltimore Book Festival and Light City.
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3:15PM- 4:15PM Organ Concert
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3PM- 3:30PM Polytechnic Institute and Western High School’s Combined Band Performance
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3PM-4PM Patrick James Cain, Experimental sound and video art
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3:30PM- 4:30PM Omari Banks, reggae
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3:30PM- 4:30PM The Foundation Band, The Sounds of the DMV The Foundation Band is a fluid collaboration of artists who skillfully paint a musical picture blending pop, jazz, and R&B.
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4PM- 4:30PM George Meck, The George Gilbert Show Comedy, magic, audience participation. Watch George thrill the crowd with his prestidigitational skills.
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4PM-5PM The Painkillers, world* *A winner of Sound Off Live!, the annual competition where up-and-coming bands from Maryland, Delaware, D.C. and Virginia compete for a slot to perform at either Artscape, Baltimore Book Festival and Light City.

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4PM-5PM Wham City Comedy, Wacky creators of Adult Swim’s Footage of a Bear
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4:30 PM-5:30 PM Heart of Maryland Chorus, Songs Around the Campfire The unique four-part a cappella harmony style of American barbershop singing brings these old favorites to life.
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4:30PM- 5:30PM Alanah Davis, Much More Than an Open Mic! Camp counselor, Alanah, brings her network of performers and welcomes all campers to the stage to show their talents.
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5PM-6PM Ron Holloway Band, r&b/funk
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5PM-6PM The Palovations, World Music Adapting different genres of music, the Palovations create an atmosphere of openness and dedication to their music.
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5PM-6PM The Witches, Contemporary music for violin, flute and voice
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5:30PM- 6PM A.C.T., A.C.T. Returns Home Enjoy the music with A.C.T.
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5:30PM-6:30PM The Funky T, pop/folk
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6PM Che Malambo The powerhouse all-male Argentinian dance company Che Malambo excites audiences with their percussive dance and music spectacle.
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6PM-7PM Josh Dean, Immersive meditations for modified organ & light box
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6:30PM- 7:30PM Full Circle Dance Company, Firelight, Flight, Freedom Fight This concert includes a new work based on the experiences of Harriet Tubman, the famed Underground Railroad conductor.
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6:30PM- 8PM Robert Randolph & The Family Band, soul

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7PM- 7:30PM George Meck, The George Gilbert Show Comedy, magic, audience participation. Watch George thrill the crowd with his prestidigitational skills.
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7PM-8PM Cheick Hamala Diabate, Classcal music of Mali
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7PM-8PM Glenn White, The Glenn White Jazz Quintet Beautiful melodies, skilled musicians and a love of jazz add up to a fantastic performance.
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9PM- 2AM The Brass Tap The Fitzgerald
1205 W Mt Royal Ave

Enjoy the late night, adults only happy hour at Camp Brass Tap, featuring campfire stories and camping themed drinks complete with s’mores. Servers and bartenders, also known as "beer counselors,” will provide campers with an incredible camp experience. Storytelling will never be the same again after you have experienced our camp stories!
https://www.brasstapbeerbar.com/nationalharbor
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