The Arts

A Creative place to live, work and play...

Diverse housing stock makes Hamilton-Lauraville an ideal neighborhood for creative professionals and enthusiasts to live. Bedrooms, attics or garages can be converted into studios. Lush gardens and nearby parks provide inspiration. All of the Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street events and festivals have a community art, performance or musical component that is family friendly and welcoming for all.

2019 School 33 Open Studios Participating Artists

Annie Howe

3000 Rosekemp Ave.

Baltimore, MD 21214

Handmade Papercuts

Sat, Oct 12th, 10am-2pm Sat, Oct 12th, 2pm-6pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/2654607711245481/


Found Studio Shop

4337 Harford Rd

Baltimore, MD 21214

(Red Canoe Cafe)

Saturday (10am-5pm) & Sunday (10am-3pm). Our space doubles as the shared studio for The Colorful Berry


Hamilton Arts Collective - Hamilton Gallery

5502 Harford Rd

Baltimore, MD 21214

(410) 598-9277

Gallery

Sat, Oct 12th, 2pm-6pm Sun Oct 13th, 10am-2pm Sat, Oct 26th, 2pm-6pm Sun, Oct 27th, 10am-2pm


M. Jordan Tierney

2107 Pelham Ave

Baltimore, MD 21218

202-744-4077

Wood Sculpture, Assemblage, Collage

Sat, Oct 26th, 2pm-6pm Sun, Oct 27th, 2pm-6pm


Four artists living in the 3rd District were awarded $3,000 each in July. Join us for presentations from the artists to hear how the grant has impacted their work. October 26, 2019

https://www.facebook.com/events/2429150617362877/


Flora Lume- Light City Baltimore

at 4500 Harford Road

street mural

at 5500 Harford Road


site of Tuesday Market in Lauraville

Mosaics shine and sparkle

everywhere