HIGHLIGHT: Baltimore’s Art Districts

Stanton North Arts District – Located in the heart of Baltimore, Station North was the first area in Baltimore to receive the State designation as an Arts & Entertainment District in 2002. Spanning the neighborhoods of Charles North, Greenmount West, and Barclay, Station North is a diverse collection of artist live-work spaces, galleries, rowhomes, and businesses, all just steps away from Penn Station, Mount Vernon, Charles Village, the Maryland Institute College of Art, the University of Baltimore, and Johns Hopkins University.

Bromo Tower and Arts District – Anchored to the south by the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower, this district envelops historic Lexington Market and Antique Row. Inside, you’ll find a plethora of funky arts organizations, established theater venues, galleries, restaurants and exciting public art.

Highlandtown Arts and Entertainment District – Highlandtown’s arts district (a.k.a “ha!”) envelops the Highlandtown, Patterson Park, and parts of Canton and Greektown neighborhoods. ha! offers artists opportunities to live and work in one of the most culturally diverse areas of the city.

Pennsylvania Avenue Arts Initiative – Pennsylvania Avenue has long been a center for Baltimore arts and entertainment. The Avenue is on its way to being the newest designated Arts and Entertainment District to solely focus on black artists. The arts designation will help spur ongoing revitalization.