A big THANK YOU to all the Red Cup Party sponsors and silent auction and raffle donors. This party wouldn’t be possible without you!

Union Craft Brewery, Eggspectation of Ellicott City, Uber Baltimore, BFA The Series, Center Stage, Everyman Theatre, Jojosouth Record Shop, Meadow Mill Athletic Club, Sweetbriar Vapors, Wine and Canvas Baltimore, Fern Loos Beu, Big Hoax, Erin Hanratty, The Brasingtons, Brady Whealton and the residents of Fathouse, Katie Kopajtic

Tomorrow!

Artistic Director Katie Hileman is One to Watch in Baltimore Style's fall arts preview, on newsstands now!

And she’s in good company with Danny Gavigan, newest Resident Company Member at Everyman Theatre, and Ryan Hasse of Stillpointe Theatre Initiative.

"I like plays that are a little weird, but grounded in the acting work. It keeps things theatrical and interesting."

You will indeed find us at Charm City Fringe this November, however, due to an issue with rights, we will no longer be producing The Aliens by Annie Baker. Stay tuned for the announcement of our new show soon!

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Baltimore’s most distinctive bus stop was unveiled late last month on the side of the Creative Alliance in Highlandtown. The trio of giant letters — which resemble a set piece from ”Sesame Street” — has become a favorite spot for residents to lounge or pose for photos.
"It’s hit-you-over-the-head simple, but a really elegant idea," said Bill Gilmore, executive director of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts, an organizer of the project, which brought European artists to a transit stop in each of the city’s three arts districts. The initiative was funded with a $130,000 grant from the European Union National Institutes for Culture and $200,000 from ArtPlace America, Gilmore said.

Art everywhere!

baltimoresun:

Baltimore’s most distinctive bus stop was unveiled late last month on the side of the Creative Alliance in Highlandtown. The trio of giant letters — which resemble a set piece from ”Sesame Street” — has become a favorite spot for residents to lounge or pose for photos.

"It’s hit-you-over-the-head simple, but a really elegant idea," said Bill Gilmore, executive director of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts, an organizer of the project, which brought European artists to a transit stop in each of the city’s three arts districts. The initiative was funded with a $130,000 grant from the European Union National Institutes for Culture and $200,000 from ArtPlace America, Gilmore said.

Art everywhere!