In the Neighborhood

Something for everyone "In the Neighborhood"

In the Neighborhood

Location: The neighborhood in and around Artscape

Artscape has teamed up with businesses and organizations in the community to encourage festivalgoers 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.


1821 North Charles Street
Screening classic sci-fi/space-related movies on a newly installed projector screen in the café each night of Artscape. Sci-fi-inspired art will be on display and for sale in our booths. BAMF Café will be open for extended hours July 15, 16 and 17 until 9pm. FREE

Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church

1316 Park Avenue
All events are free; donations welcome                         

Youth Choral Concert and Silent Film Screening with Organ Accompaniment
Friday, July 15, 7:30 p.m.
The concert will feature the Youth Choir from Abingdon Presbyterian Church (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) under the direction of John Sall. The program will also include a silent film short: “One Week” starring Buster Keaton which will be accompanied by Michael T. Britt on Brown’s historic E.M. Skinner pipe organ

Breakfast with Tiffany
Saturday, July 16, 8:30 a.m. (breakfast), 9:30 a.m. (tour)
A tour of Brown Memorial’s famous Tiffany Windows led by historian James E. Schuman. A light breakfast will be served in the Assembly Room at 8:30 a.m., with the tour beginning at 9:30 a.m.

Breakfast with Tiffany
Sunday, July 17, 11 a.m.
A tour of Brown Memorial’s famous Tiffany Windows led by historian James E. Schuman. A light breakfast will be served in the Assembly Room at 11:00 a.m., with tour following. Please join us for worship at 10:00 a.m.!

Choral Concert
Sunday, July 17, 2:00 p.m.
The concert will feature the Luminare Choir from Archbishop Curley High School under the direction of Mr. Michael J. Gaffney. The program will feature sacred and secular classics.

Brothers Music
2112 North Charles Street, Suite 100
Brothers Music will host live music at the store.

City Temple of Baltimore
317 Dolphin Street and Eutaw Place
Artscape to Organscape
Featuring organists and artists from the Mt. Royal-Bolton Hill Cultural District and the Greater Baltimore Area performing on the Historic Adam Stein 144 Rank pipe organ. July 16, 1pm-3pm FREE

MICA Art Market
1300 West Mount Royal Avenue
Gateway Building, Baltimore, 21217
Located within the Brown Center Atrium, MICA artists will be exhibiting and selling their work to the public during Artscape. Support local artists and check out what the MICA community has to sell at their annual Summer Art Market. Friday, July 15th 11am-8pm Saturday, July 16th 11am-8pm Sunday, July 17th 11 am-7pm FREE

Motor House
WARM UP Festival: A Pre-Artscape event to CONNECT, MOVE, and DANCE 120 West North Avenue The Motor House WARM UP Dance Festival is a pre-Artscape event featuring performances, workshops, and a dance party. The Motor House has brought together an accomplished and dynamic group of dance instructors including: Kibibi Ajanku- Sankofa Dance Theatre Cjay Phillip- Dance BMore Brian Gerarado/Cynthia Chevez- Baltimore Dance Crews Project Maria Broom- Actress, dancer, storyteller/Dance Medicine
Friday, July 8, 7-10pm Saturday, July 9, 9am-4pm; Lessons and Dance Party 7PM-Midnight
$5 registration fee for workshops $10 fee for performance and Dance Party

42 West Biddle Street
Friday, July 15: Pop-up art exhibits all day (artists: Leah McMurrin, Janey La Royale, ORNG CHNL, TBA) -Live stream DJ/performances (TBA)

Saturday, July 16: Nubo $100 prize scavenger hunt (winner will be the first to bring in 3 receipts from local businesses, plus nubohemia. Businesses announced the morning of 7/16 on the nubohemia FB page) Pop-up art exhibits all day. (artists: Leah McMurrin, Janey La Royale, ORNG CHNL, TBA) -Nubo latenight event (poetry/live music/artshow) -Live stream DJ/performances (Jay Rags, more TBA)

Sunday, July 17: Pop-up art exhibits all day (artists: Leah McMurrin, Janey La Royale, ORNG CHNL, TBA) -Live stream DJ/performances (TBA) FREE

Paradise: Found
Paradoxx, 1310 Russell Street
The beloved Paradoxx Entertainment Complex came to a close in May of 2016. Fortunately the dance gods have spared the wrecking ball for a few more months and this has allowed the unique opportunity to say goodbye to a truly historic part of Baltimore's night life history.
Saturday, July 16 11pm-6am Price TBA

Paradise: Lost
Motor House 120 West North Avenue
A daytime mini-festival featuring art and music curated by Christian Ciscle (California), Shawn Smallwood (Maryland) & David Mitchell (Maryland). Anchored with a dedicated alternative rap stage featuring Llamadon, Al Rogers Jr & Eze Jackson and either a jazz performance by the Theljon Allen Quartet or a funk act.
Saturday, July 16, 11am-11pm FREE

Schuler School of Fine Arts
5 East Lafayette Avenue
Space in Two Dimensions: How can that be? Using Old Master techniques, we will show you how to create Space in Two Dimensions. Artscape guests are invited to the Schuler School of Fine Arts to create personal cosmic connections using charcoal, pencil and paper. Inspired by the sculptures of Baltimore’s esteemed Hans Schuler, President of the Maryland Institute from 1925 to 1951. Surrounded by the watercolors, paintings, drawings and sculptures of Schuler family artists, faculty and students, discover how liberating it is to shape space with simple materials. Saturday, July 16th and Sunday, July 17th from 2-5pm FREE

Seoul Rice Cake

2016 North Charles Street
Nakwon, 12 W 20th St, Baltimore, MD 21218
The Crown, 1910 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218
Jeong Gak, 18 W 20th St, Baltimore, MD 21218
Popup Koreatown: Rabbit on the Moon, love story behind the Koreatown Milkyway.
Popup Koreatown is a 4 day exhibition/workshop/event made in collaboration with 10+ local Korean artists, seniors and business owners in Station North to create space and dialogue about the history, culture, identity of the past and present presence of the Korean community in Station North. We seek Pop-Up Koreatown II to further activate the exhibited artworks as agents to create new doorways and bridge the gap between the greater community and Korean community. Participating artists featuring new works include: Seon Young Park, Do Hyun Yoon, Aletheia Hyun-Jin Shin, Sung Min Lee, and Joseph Lee. Fun interactive, family-friendly public programming will include fan making workshop will be held for visitors to participate and learn about how to paint with sumi ink on fans.
Friday, July 15 – Monday, July 18
FREE; donations welcome

Sofi’s Crepes
1723 North Charles Street
Sofi’s Crepes will feature specials on delicious crepes.
Friday, July 15 – Sunday, July 17

Two Boots Pizza
1203 West Mount Royal Avenue
Two Boots Pizza will remain open for extended hours until 12am July 15-17 to serve delicious pizzas to festival-goers.

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