The Painting Workshop 1605 Sulgrave Ave, Baltimore, MD21209 The Painting Workshop is all about arts, crafts and kids. Classes in comics, international art, digital photography,…More knitting and wearable art, among other fun subjects, are offered here. Art and yoga classes are held in a yurt behind the building. View the class schedules on the workshop's website.
Joy of Art School 3617 Chestnut Ave, Baltimore, MD21211 Owner Joy Vernacchio's Joy of Art School is a small, private school of art instruction. She usually teaches…More one-on-one lessons, in a variety of mediums, including oil, pastel and acrylics. She has been teaching art for over 15 years, and her own beautiful artwork is hanging throughout the small studio.
Art with a Heart 3355 Keswick Rd, Baltimore, MD21211 Art with a Heart is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of the underserved in the community…More through visual art programs. Since 2000, the organization has provided arts education and programs to abused and neglected children, students, battered women, the mentally and physically disabled, low income senior citizens and others. It frequently hosts community events and art shows, creates murals in the community, and sells original artwork. Support in the form of volunteers, supplies and donations is always appreciated.
Columbia Art Center 6100 Foreland Garth, Columbia, MD21045 Columbia Art Center is part of The Columbia Association and you have to be a resident of Columbia, MD, to participate.…More It features a variety of activities for young people including year round art classes, rotating gallery exhibitions, summer camp and many more.
Art Under Ground Studio 826 W 36th St, Baltimore, MD21211 Art Under Ground Studio is an artist-operated gallery. The studio usually holds one or two events a month, ranging in…More scope and medium. Art Under Ground Studio only features Baltimore-based artists. The studio accepts cash and checks.
Art On Purpose 2002 Clipper Park Rd, Baltimore, MD21211 Named Best Community Arts Organization by Baltimore Magazine, Art On Purpose (AOP) aims to use art as a means for…More creating dialogue within the community. Its core belief is that "Creativity and community service go hand-in-hand." AOP offers artist-led workshops, panel discussions, lectures, advocacy events and presentations. The group brings together local schools, students, teachers, seniors, advocacy groups, non-profits, local businesses and other organizations together in the effort to create and spread knowledge through art. Visit the website or call the office to learn about upcoming events and projects.
The Baltimore Museum of Art is a stunning collection of art, including 19th century, modern and contemporary art. The…More museum holds over 90,000 works of art. The internationally renowned Cone collection includes a group of 500 works by Henri Matisse. There is also a large collection of contemporary art, including many works by Andy Warhol. The museum also features two outdoor landscaped sculpture gardens. The building itself is gorgeous and inviting, with room after room of high ceilings and beautiful floors. Helpful and friendly docents greet you immediately upon your entrance to the museum. There are a wide array of books, prints, cards, and calendars for sale in the BMA gift shop. Perhaps most amazing of all, admission to the BMA's general collection is always free.
If you are hungry after a long day of perusing the vast collection at the BMA, you will not find standard museum cafeteria fare. Instead, the BMA is home to the extremely popular restaurant, Gertrude's, featuring nationally acclaimed chef John Shields. Gertrude's is known for its delicious regional offerings, as well as its brunch.