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Phone: 410.243.3834
834 West 36th Street
Baltimore
Maryland 21211
USA
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Geographic areas served: Baltimore City

Mission:
Positive public spaces created by the people for the people.

We provide the tools to help them get there.
Results:
May 2012: Creative Placemaking with Highlandtown community, merchants & residents to address intersection of Eastern Ave & Conkling St.

April 2012: Awarded PNC Transformative Art Grant to create life-size elephant sculptures in collaboration with the Mondawmin community & residents, Friends of Druid Hill Park, BOPA, and sculptor Barbara Thompson. Completion date: October 2012.

April 2012 Awarded Partnership with Parks Grant from Parks & People Foundation to create a Living Chair from live willows to be planted at Druid Hill Park for a new Reading/Music Program at the Farmers Market. A collaboration with the Mondawmin community & residents, Friends of Druid Hill Park, and living wall artist, Edmundo Ortega. Completion date: June 2012.

March 2012: Creative placemaking with Hampden community, merchants & residents to address intersection of 36th St & Falls Road.

October 2011: Free Fall Baltimore Grant to do creative placemaking with Mondawmin community, residents, and Friends of Druid Hill Park to address intersection of Gwynns Falls Rd & Auchentoroly Terrace.

October 2010: Free Fall Baltimore Grant to do creative placemaking with Station North Arts & Entertainment District & Greater Baltimore Cultural Association.

October 2010: Awarded Maryland State Arts Council Grant to create an artistic installation called, "Double Dutch", in Pimlico in collaboration with the Pimlico Road Youth Program, sculptor Stewart Watson, and St. Johns Lutheran Church in Pimlico.

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05/17/12
What an amazing non-profit. The ED, Deborah Patterson, really understands the community aspect of public art. Rather than bringing a vision to the neighborhoods, she organizes break-out sessions, and has the neighborhood themselves determine the type of art they want. Then is it Deborah's task to ... more »
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