There's a lot going on In The Bromo before, during and after Light City this week. Break out from the crowds and head north and west to find Baltimore's most prolific artists and performers!
Here are some highlights. See the Bromo Visitors Guide for more things to do In The Bromo!
Through a series of beautiful and intimate moments, two Californians, Lillian and Carlos, explore three significant moments in their lives, discovering they are linked in unexpected ways.
Hamlet Hitchcock Jones, better known as Little Ham has the dilemma of how to become respectable and win the love he wants while his life involves making it in the streets. This original comical play written by the great Langston Hughes takes a predictable plot and turns it into an evening of fun for everyone in Harlem, 1936. Starts April 7th.
The Shattering Frame: A Bridget Miakowsky Mystery
She used to find people for the Sheriff’s Deputies, she used to have a family, but she’s put that, and a lot more behind her. Now she’s gone private and you can find her listing somewhere between the strip club ads and the obituaries.
The 20th Anniversary of one of the most successful works of all time leases out the Hippodrome through April 2nd.
Real Rocks are Heavy and Hard To Find
New works by James Bouché and Ryan Syrell. Together, they have merged their seemingly disparate practices to create a show of collaborative sculpture and painting.
King Felix by Hunter Stabler and Locus Terribilis by Nathan Miller.
Jordan Faye Contemporary
Jenne Mateer: The Earth is Intimate
This body of work explores the garden, our relationship to the earth, plants, flowers and soil through Mateer's unique visceral lens.
Maryland Art Place
Out of Order
By covering the walls from floor to ceiling, Out of Order provides an opportunity for artists to hang their work in a salon-style exhibition. OOO is a unique way to get involved with Baltimore’s growing art scene while supporting one of Baltimore’s most established contemporary arts organizations. Opens April 7th.