The oldest African-American Community Theater in the US providing continuous performances of exciting community theater since 1953.
801 McCulloh ST, 410-728-6500, Website
AT Jones & Son Costume Shops
Costumes and other theater oriented artistic supplies.
708 N Howard St, 410-728-7087, Website
Offering a wide variety of classes and performance opportunities for all levels of adult dancers
847 N Howard St, Website
Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
Housing the largest collections documenting Eubie Blake's life the center offers jazz and musical programming that brings diverse artists together.
847 N Howard ST, 410-225-3130, Website
Kelly Walker Fine Art
Walker’s artwork has been featured at venues both in and outside of the Baltimore area, including VOLT Restaurant in Frederick and Gallery 1951 in Los Angeles.
321 W Madison St, Website
Maryland Historical Society
Collections include more than 350,000 objects and 7 million books and documents, ranging from pre-settlement to the present day.
201 W Monument St, 410-685-3750, Website
Muse 360 Arts' creates the next generation of Baltimore's leaders by developing young people's skills in literary, visual and performing arts.
847 N Howard St, 410-235-0654, Website
Randall Scott Projects
Exhibiting emerging and mid-career international artists working in photography and photographics, painting and mixed-media disciplines.
216 W Read St, 410-617-0097, Website
An art gallery dedicated to providing established and emerging artists from the Middle East a refuge and an outlet to showcase their work.
830 Park Ave, 443-563-2481, Website
The Bromo Arts District is releasing a new funding opportunity for artists living or working in the District who have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. Applications open April 3 and close on April 17 at 5pm. View more information here.