Station North Arts District kicks off its summer art walk series on final Fridays of each month. Join us on Friday, July 30th!
About this event
We are thrilled to announce our summer series of Station North Shines Art Walks on final Fridays. Reserve your tickets for July 30th, and save the date for Friday, August 27th and Friday, Sept. 24th!
The event is free, we just ask that you register for a ticket so we can track attendance, and share email updates and specials.
Our featured venues are below! Follow us @stationnorth on IG/FB for a map, venue highlights, and more!
As always, meet at the Ynot Lot at 4 W. North Ave to grab your map, jam out with DJ Landis Expandis, and check out local vendors before you make your gallery stops!
LIVE MUSIC at Alma Cocina by jazz guitarist Kevin Clark and Station North Books by Love Groove Music Festival founder and artist John Tyler!
Motor House: 120 W North Ave (indoors- mask required)
Motor House's Annual Tenant Exhibition The second and third floors of the Motor House are dedicated to studio and working space for more than 18 individual artists and collectives. With a wide array of talent and experience, Motor House artists represent a cross-section of artistic disciplines and cultural diversity found within Baltimore’s various creative communities. The Motor House Annual Tenant Exhibition celebrates the work and impact of our Artists in Residence:
Yele, Yele Stitches
Brandi Lewis, Syeko Design House
The Crown Baltimore: 1910 N Charles St (indoor, masks encouraged)
Birds Of A Feather at The Crown Backbar Gallery
Baltimore Jewelry Center :10 E. North Avenue, Suite 130 (indoor/outdoor- mask required)
Cities of Steel/Cities of Rust Exhibition A collaborative exhibition conceived of by Mary Fissell & Courtney Powell, ehe exhibition pairs artists from the BJC Peer Feedback Group & the Allegheny Metals Guild and challenges them to respond to a site in their respective cities of Baltimore & Pittsburgh & then finish a piece started by their partner from the other city.
Full Circle Gallery: 33 E 21st St (indoors, masks encouraged)
Reaching for Justice: These photographs urge us to comprehend, connect with, and understand the long ongoing history of the various communities who have been reaching for justice throughout the centuries and our human responsibility to know our own roles in the American and Western systems and our abilities to fix them.
Connect+Collect: 2519 North Charles Street (indoor/outdoor, masks optional)
Re-emergence is the first physical exhibition in the Connect+Collect gallery since we shut our gallery doors in March 2020. The show consists of small artworks by members of the inaugural Connect+Collect cohort including, Chris Bathgate, Oletha DeVane, Elliot Doughtie, Erin Fostel, Taha Heydari, Phaan Howng, Antonio McAfee, and René Treviño.
New Door Creative: 1601 Saint Paul St. Baltimore, MD 21202 (indoor/outdoor, masks required, steps to enter)
Curlee Raven Holton: Deluge — Rebirth, A Retrospective 1993-2021 showcases a collection of paintings, drawings, mixed media, and prints created between 1993 and the present.
Jordan Faye Contemporary: 302 E Federal St, 5th floor (inside the Cork Factory, elevator available, masks optional)