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Our Mission
The Creative Alliance builds communities by bringing together artists and audiences from diverse backgrounds to experience spectacular arts and education programs and engage in the creative process. We provide support to area artists, promote Baltimore as a center for creative production, act as a positive force in our community, and advocate for cultural expression rooted in a sense of place.

Location:
3134 Eastern Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21224

Hours:
Tue-Sat, 11am-7pm

Phone:
410-276-1651

Email:
info@creativealliance.org

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Social Justice Events and Exhibitions at Creative Alliance

Creative Alliance’s mission to bring the community together and explore social justice issues through the arts is both relevant and visionary.

 

Art To Dine For Season is here again!

Art To Dine For season of sparkling soirees is here again! Our fascinating collectors, designers, artists, musicians, singers, dancers and arts lovers generously welcome you into their homes, lofts, studios or workplaces for an insider's view of Baltimore's vivacious art scene. Art To Dine For supports Creative Alliance's free and reduced artistic, youth education, and outreach programs.

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(end of) Summer SHORTS

Thu Sept 1

The Collective, Baltimore's hub for movers and shakers, presents (end of) Summer SHORTS as a collection of short new dance commissions with a range of themes/approaches/movements.  

Drawn From Life II

On view: Sept 2 – Oct 1

Amalie Rothschild Gallery

On view:                              Sept 2 – Oct 1
Opening Reception:        Fri, Sept 2, 6 – 8pm

Saturday morning Life Drawing classes have been a long-time staple of the Creative Alliance’s educational offerings, offered in partnership with the dedicated residents of Gallery 1448.  This special exhibition will highlight the best results from the ongoing class. 

Life Drawing

Every Saturday

Creative Alliance and Artists Housing, Inc. take turns hosting life models for the drawing community. Sessions are held both at the Creative Alliance or Gallery 1448 at 1448 E. Baltimore Street – please check listings and website for last minute location shifts.

Neighborhood Voices: Peace Poets Workshop

SAT SEP 3

We get OUT of the box and into the community with a special guest appearance by the multitalented Peace Poets from NYC.

From The Peace Poets: We are a collective of artists that celebrate, examine and advocate for life through music and poetry. Our art can take you on a journey from the Boogie Down to Berlin, from the border to the bodega. Our style emphasizes lyricism, rhythm and authenticity. We hail from the Bronx and have been rocking the mic since 2005.

Mandela

Sat Sept 3 - Sun Sept 4

Making its Baltimore debut this Labor Day weekend, the timely and important  Mandela is a moving theater performance about the life and struggles of Nelson Mandela.  The play, which originally premiered at the National Black Theater in New York City in 2014, and then included a performance by former NYC Mayor David Dinkins (playing himself), is coming off a third run at the same theater in July 2016. This performance will uplift your spirit and feed your mind.

Mandela

Sat Sept 3 - Sun Sept 4

Making its Baltimore debut this Labor Day weekend, the timely and important  Mandela is a moving theater performance about the life and struggles of Nelson Mandela.  The play, which originally premiered at the National Black Theater in New York City in 2014, and then included a performance by former NYC Mayor David Dinkins (playing himself), is coming off a third run at the same theater in July 2016. This performance will uplift your spirit and feed your mind.

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