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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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Art To Dine For 2017!

Our Season of Sparkling Soirees to benefit Creative Alliance is back!

 

Meet our Creative Alliance Teen Council!

Summer Jobs Launch Careers! Creative Alliance’s Youth Council premieres in 2017! This summer, we welcome seven local youth as Creative Alliance’s first ambassadors. YouthWorks and the Southeast Youth Collaborative provide job training to 128 Baltimore City youth. Nine organizations in Southeast Baltimore are part of the Collaborative, including the Southeast CDC, Banner Neighborhoods, Friends of Patterson Park, Living Classrooms Foundation, Patterson Park Audubon Center, Breath of God Church, Patterson Park Public Charter School, The Intersection and Creative Alliance.

Upcoming Events

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Beats Not Bullets - Music Workshop for Youth

Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 11 – August 10

Spend your summer gaining real world experience in the music industry! Learn how to write and record music! Gain hands-on experience and training on a full suite of modern audio recording equipment. Learn production and songwriting techniques, and music business fundamentals. Work closely with industry professionals and receive direct insight into the music production process. Gain access to resources and guidance on how to be successful in the music business

Interactive Sculpture & Coding for TEENS!

Tue & Thu, July 6-Aug 10

What happens when teens plan and run their own workshops and collaborate with a Creative Alliance resident artist? We are EXCITED to present a NEW program thanks to TeCanal with electic intervention by Alice Gadzinski! Youth learn how to make fully functional websites with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for half of the course. For the other half, students will work with artist Alice Gadzinski learn how to make sculptures that move, light up, and make sounds with the power of robotics!

Jonathan Gilmore's Blues Jam

Musicians, bring your axes and a song. Music lovers bring your ears and your best dancing shoes. After a highly successful jam in May, host Jonathan Gilmore returns with his dynamic house band for another smokin' night of blues and soul.

Following a short set from Jonathan, it's time to share your talents. Get together and let the good times roll!

Screenwriters' Meet-Up with Elena Moscatt

4th Wednesday of Every Month

Aspiring and professional screenwriters join us for an informal meeting.

Beats Not Bullets - Music Workshop for Youth

Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 11 – August 10

Spend your summer gaining real world experience in the music industry! Learn how to write and record music! Gain hands-on experience and training on a full suite of modern audio recording equipment. Learn production and songwriting techniques, and music business fundamentals. Work closely with industry professionals and receive direct insight into the music production process. Gain access to resources and guidance on how to be successful in the music business

Interactive Sculpture & Coding for TEENS!

Tue & Thu, July 6-Aug 10

What happens when teens plan and run their own workshops and collaborate with a Creative Alliance resident artist? We are EXCITED to present a NEW program thanks to TeCanal with electic intervention by Alice Gadzinski! Youth learn how to make fully functional websites with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for half of the course. For the other half, students will work with artist Alice Gadzinski learn how to make sculptures that move, light up, and make sounds with the power of robotics!

Neighborhood Voices Workshop: Storytelling w/ Ti Coleman

THU JUL 27

Neighborhood Voices Workshop: Storytelling w/ Ti Coleman

THU JUL 27

5-7:30pm

CCBC Dundalk- 7200 Sollers Point Rd, Dundalk, MD 21222

Commons Building gallery is next to theater.

RSVP w/ maria@creativealliance.org

 

How does race affect self-perception? How does the world view your race? How does that effect how you view you?

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