The Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts (BOPA) awarded artist Ali Duggan the 2016 PNC Transformative Art Prize for her large-scale mural project in West Baltimore’s Harlem Park neighborhood. At the intersection of N Fulton Avenue and W Lanvale Street, Ali is creating a series of notable murals entitled A Step Forward. Charm City Streets understands that a future community garden will accompany this mural project.
Open Works provides graphic artists, high-end cabinetmakers, photographers, sculptors, and other creative individuals access to affordable studio space and cutting-edge production resources. It is located in the Station North Arts District across the street from Greenmount Cemetery. You can find full information about Open Works at their website.
The Skatepark of Baltimore, located in Hampden’s Roosevelt Park, completed Phase I of its renovation and expansion project. The breathtaking Bowl is now open. Phase II is underway and will include a collection of jumps, rails, and ramps.
Happy Halloween! In days of yore, many feared the boundary between the world of the living and the realm of the dead blurred on All Hallow’s Eve. Spirits of the dearly departed and all manner of frightful creatures were thought to come forth through this haze and roam about on this very night. Even brain-thirsty zombies may be out and about. Speaking of zombies, were you aware a survey conducted last year shows Baltimore to be one of the top five U.S. cities most likely to survive a zombie apocalypse?
While touring Brooklyn over the past several years, it has always been a visual delight to encounter artwork by graffiti writer/artist Trace. As you can see below, his artwork is eye-catching and intriguing. The continual change-up in his style is the fundamental reason his artwork garners wide interest.
Over the past week, Charm City Streets has shared with you the murals, street art, and wheatpastes it came across in Brooklyn and Queens. Today’s post gives you access to the colorful and imaginative graffiti Charm City Streets encountered on its latest photo tour.
Last week on a photo tour of Brooklyn and Queens, Charm City Streets encountered a number of walls Hoacs, a favorite graffiti writer/artist, painted with other dope writers.
Back in 2009, folks living in the Welling Court neighborhood of Queens asked Ad Hoc Art Gallery to help them clean up and enhance their community, and the Welling Court Mural Project was born. Every year since then, Ad Hoc Art invites artists from far and wide to help turn the neighborhood into an open-air art gallery. Their annual block party in June is a celebrated event.
Late last week Charm City Streets took advantage of the mild weather and spent several days on a photo tour of Brooklyn. Well-known local, national, and international artists have been busy painting captivating new murals in the Bed-Stuy, Bushwick, Greenpoint, and East Williamsburg neighborhoods.