This week, Ed Gunts’ news that the historic Thomas Building changed hands stole the show. The six-story structure, which has survived since the early 1900s, is expected to be preserved and incorporated into a larger development.
For Leap Day only, Light City U, the innovation conferences taking place as part of the Light City Baltimore festival March 28 – April 3, is offering all-conference tickets for $99, more than 50 percent off of the $200 regular price. Light City U is a series of four conferences with the theme of “Powering Social Change.”
As a part of Light City Baltimore, the Baltimore Office of Promotion has selected five local artists and artist teams to complete projects for a new public artist-in-residency program called Neighborhood Lights.
A weeklong festival at the beginning of spring is set to light the area around the harbor from Harbor East to Federal Hill. Along the 1.2-mile stretch, Light City will also feature musical performances from Dan Deacon and classical groups, art installations and a conference focused on social change and innovation.