Tag Archive for Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts

WHAT’S UP ON CHARM CITY STREETS

Headlining today's post ... A late autumn landscape

Headlining today’s post … A late autumn landscape

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.

WHAT’S UP ON CHARM CITY STREETS – A YEAR IN REVIEW

Headlining today's post ... murals by Werc, Rubin 415, Billy Mode & Richard Best for Section 1 Art Park

Headlining today’s post … murals by Werc, Rubin 415, Billy Mode & Richard Best for Section 1 Art Park

With the exception of shoveling out from under the biggest snowfall in Baltimore’s history, January saw little art activity across the city during January. Thus, today’s post turns retrospective and presents the top twenty-five images Charm City Streets captured during 2015.

WARNER STREET MURAL PROJECT – Katey and Jessie

The day dawns on the completed Warner Street Mural

Headlining today’s post … the completed Warner Street Mural by Richard Best, Pablo Machioli, Jessie Unterhalter & Katey Truhn, and Stefan Ways

Prior to the grand opening of the new Horseshoe Casino, the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts selected five Baltimore artists to beautify the warehouses near the casino.

It was a huge project. Richard Best, Pablo Machioli, and Stefan Ways painted a mural that wraps around two sides of a three-story warehouse. The mural features a block-long 3-D hand by Richard Best that tugs at the South American mountain scene painted by Pablo Machioli. On the corner of the warehouse, Stefan Ways created a Baltimore oriole nest. See if you can identify the various bits of Baltimore memorabilia Stefan incorporated into the mural.

WARNER STREET MURAL PROJECT – Pablo Machioli

The day dawns on the completed Warner Street Mural

Headlining today’s post … the completed Warner Street Mural by Richard Best, Pablo Machioli, Jessie Unterhalter & Katey Truhn, and Stefan Ways

Prior to the grand opening of the new Horseshoe Casino, the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts selected five Baltimore artists to beautify the warehouses near the casino.

It was a huge project. Richard Best, Pablo Machioli, and Stefan Ways painted a mural that wraps around two sides of a three-story warehouse. The mural features a block-long 3-D hand by Richard Best that tugs at the South American mountain scene painted by Pablo Machioli. On the corner of the warehouse, Stefan Ways created a Baltimore oriole nest. See if you can identify the various bits of Baltimore memorabilia Stefan incorporated into the mural.

WARNER STREET MURAL PROJECT – Stefan Ways

The day dawns on the completed Warner Street Mural

Headlining today’s post … the completed Warner Street Mural by Richard Best, Pablo Machioli, Jessie Unterhalter & Katey Truhn, and Stefan Ways

Prior to the grand opening of the new Horseshoe Casino, the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts selected five Baltimore artists to beautify the warehouses near the casino.

It was a huge project. Richard Best, Pablo Machioli, and Stefan Ways painted a mural that wraps around two sides of a three-story warehouse. The mural features a block-long 3-D hand by Richard Best that tugs at the South American mountain scene painted by Pablo Machioli. On the corner of the warehouse, Stefan Ways created a Baltimore oriole nest. See if you can identify the various bits of Baltimore memorabilia Stefan incorporated into the mural.

WARNER STREET MURAL PROJECT – Richard Best

The day dawns on the completed Warner Street Mural

Headlining today’s post … the completed Warner Street Mural by Richard Best, Pablo Machioli, Jessie Unterhalter & Katey Truhn, and Stefan Ways

Prior to the grand opening of the new Horseshoe Casino, the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts selected five Baltimore artists to beautify the warehouses near the casino.

It was a huge project. Richard Best, Pablo Machioli, and Stefan Ways painted a mural that wraps around two sides of a three-story warehouse. The mural features a block-long 3-D hand by Richard Best that tugs at the South American mountain scene painted by Pablo Machioli. On the corner of the warehouse, Stefan Ways created a Baltimore oriole nest. See if you can identify the various bits of Baltimore memorabilia Stefan incorporated into the mural.