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Baltimore Mural Program: CityPaint
In an effort to combat the problem of graffiti, this project works with artists, neighborhood groups and associations, and funding sources to commission murals in neighborhoods across Baltimore.

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Bright StARTs Art Workshops
The Bright StARTS Art Workshops offers free classes in a variety of artistic mediums to children registered in many after-school programs across the city. Professional artists teach the classes, giving the city's budding creative minds the opportunity to grow into amazing artists themselves.

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Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower
The historical 15-story Bromo Seltzer Tower has been converted to artists studios.

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1% for-Public-Art
Public Art enhances the cityscape, quality of life and artistic and creative climate in Baltimore. It supports our city's artists and promotes an awareness of the visual arts in the public environment. BOPA enforces the One Percent for Art Ordinance, which administers the expenditure of public funds for fine arts additions to public projects.

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School 33 Art Center
Located at 1427 Light Street in South Baltimore, School 33 works with artists and the community to provide gallery space for exhibitions, studio space for practicing artists, art programs for children and adults, and special events. Its innovative free year-round outreach and cultural programming attracts a yearly audience of approximately 24,000 individuals.

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Baltimore Public Art Commission
The Public Art Commission consists of eight panel members charged with the task of reviewing public art.

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Art Classes at School 33 Art Center
School 33 Art Center offers a schedule of art classes. With everything from drawing to quiltmaking, there is sure to be a class for everyone in the family.

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Artist-In-Residence Program
This program creates arts experiences for elementary and middle school students by placing artists in public schools for month-long residences. The Artists in Residence Program operates in 50 schools during the school year.

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Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize
The Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize awards a $25,000 fellowship to assist in furthering the career of a visual artist or visual artist collaborators living and working in the Greater Baltimore region.

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Calls for Artists
Throughout the year, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts seeks visual and performing artists to participate in large-scale festivals and special events. Artists can now visit one page to learn about current and upcoming projects.

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The Economic Impact of the Nonprofit Arts and Culture Industry in the City of Baltimore
The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts announces the findings from the Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study that states a $388.2 million total economic impact for nonprofit arts and culture organizations and their audiences in the City of Baltimore.

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Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District
The Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District unites the city’s Westside community, and underscores its potential as a thriving arts neighborhood in downtown Baltimore.

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Baltimore Arts Blog
The Baltimore Arts Blog serves as a resource to local artists.

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Free Fall Baltimore
Free Fall Baltimore is a city-wide celebration of the visual and performing arts that makes free art experiences available to all residents and visitors to Baltimore during the month of October.

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ArtPlace America Grant
Baltimore City’s three Arts & Entertainment Districts have received a $200,000 grant from ArtPlace America.

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Transit Project
The Getting to Know Europe grant will bring together European and Baltimore’s transit system through art.

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