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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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Creative Alliance Rainbow Fest!

For the 5th anniversary of our fabulous LGBTQA Film Festival we are expanding into the Creative Alliance Rainbow Fest! This year, in addition to the thoughtfully curated films, we are including dazzling performances, witty comedy by beloved author Isaac Oliver, a wild Drag Party hosted by Betty O'Hellno, saucy happy hours, and more!

 

Congratulations to Maria Aldana, Creative Alliance Education Director!

We are happy to announce that Maria Aldana has been promoted to the position of Creative Alliance Education Director!

Upcoming Events

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Mark G. Meadows & The Movement

Fri Jul 1

Mark G. Meadows & The Movement is an alliance of combined action through music. They use their gifts, experiences, and passion to create a unifying sound that breaks through social barriers. Through lyrics, harmony, and improvisation, their message is simple: to bring love, peace, and understanding to the people.

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.

KERPLUNK! Free Family Art Drop-In: JUN 11 - AUG 27

June 11 – August 27

Families and kids of all ages are invited to tour Creative Alliance’s galleries and design unique art projects linked to the exhibitions. Participants stop in for a quick visit or stay for the entire afternoon exploring art materials. Youth must be accompanied by an adult. No registration required! 

Max Baca y Los Texmaniacs

Sat Jul 2

Champions of a well-cured, San Antonio sound, Max Baca y Los Texamaniacs continue the tradition of accordion-bajo sexto driven Tex/Mex dance bands that combine polka, rock en español and Texas blues.  Theirs is as equally indebted to their family conjunto as it is to the bands they have shared the stage and recording studio with- Los Super Seven, The Texas Tornadoes, Los Lobos, and the Rolling Stones.

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