No doubt you’ll be surrounded by vibrant art and crafts at booths and museums this weekend for Artscape, but where can you actually make something of your own?
Welcome to the middle of the summer, Baltimore. Of course, that means Artscape has arrived. Get the lowdown on what’s happening inside and around the Station North festival. Plus, a few foodie events and chances to combine fitness and awareness. Get out there:
R&B favorites TLC, reggae group Toots & the Maytals and blues rocker ZZ Ward are the music headliners at this year’s Artscape, the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts announced today.
The group Garth Fagan Dance will also perform at the Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric during the festival.
State transportation officials are preparing to close down seven light rail stops in the city starting next Tuesday in order to make some major repairs.
It’s hot out there, Baltimore, but it’s even hotter in the kitchen. It’s a good week to go out.
This week is busy one for restaurants, too, with tons of news, from expansions and reopenings to beer dinners, restaurant yoga and all the festivities surrounding Artscape.
Artscape ’17 Musical Performers: ‘Queen of Percussion’ Sheila E., Gogol Bordello, Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Baltimore’s ambitiously huge, free arts festival returns next month with an eclectic array of performers in the musical lineup, including a renowned family soul band, a legendary Latin percussionist and a wild and well-loved gypsy punk group.
The Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts has whittled down its pool of entries for the city’s prestigious Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize.