Returning for its 8th season, Christmas Village in Baltimore will once again transform West Shore Park at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor into an authentic German Christmas market! Starting from Thanksgiving and running until Christmas Eve (November 25th – December 24th, 2021), a large variety of weekday and weekend events designed to please young and old await to be explored! Also, make sure that you don’t miss our Preview Weekend on November 20th and 21st.
It's official. The American Craft Council will be back with in-person craft marketplaces in 2022—and now is the time for artists to apply! American Craft Made Baltimore and Saint Paul (formerly known as American Craft Shows) is open to artists from across the country and will feature a brand new e-commerce component. Don’t miss this opportunity to share your story and sell your work to ACC's engaged audience of craft appreciators!
Pandemic and weather permitting, we will be having a book giveaway on Sunday, February 13, 2022. Subject to change at any moment unfortunately! So check back often. We will be accepting book donations from 9-2, and allowing 55 people in the building every hour. Details below (and even more details on our website bookthing.org):
We will allow patrons into the building to select their own books on Feb 13th, using a timed-entry format.
Bring your own blanket & booze and enjoy weekly summer concerts on the Center Plaza lawn. Some weeks will feature local food trucks and pop-up vendors, and some might be more of a dance party.
See the full schedule below:
JUL 2: Outcalls
Food Truck: Gypsy Queen
JUL 9: Ryan Forrester Trio
JUL 16: Nelly’s Echo
JUL 23: Funsho Trio
NO CONCERT ON JULY 30
AUG 6: Funk Family Tree
AUG 13: Kentavius Jones w/ Noah Pierre
AUG 20: Nelly’s Echo
AUG 27: Carlos Cubas
SEP 3: Honest Lee Soul
SEP 10: TBA
Exhibition & Festival
Asia North 2022: A Celebration of Art, Culture & Community
Various locations throughout the Station North Arts District, Baltimore, MD
Celebrate Baltimore’s Charles North (a.k.a. Station North) neighborhood’s constantly evolving identities as a Koreatown, arts district, and creative hub.
Growing Our Gardens
Friday, April 8-Saturday, May 28
Honor those lost through this pandemic and beyond. Resist through celebration. And contribute to a living memory of the resilience, cultural power, and beauty of Asian culture. This interactive healing and art space pays homage to the importance of ritual and ceremony throughout the Asian diaspora and serves as a proactive communal container to celebrate pride and heritage, process and memorialize grief, and connect with each other.