Every year, the federal and state governments give millions in grants to all types of organizations—schools, health centers, arts and humanities groups, environmental groups, programs that serve the poor or disabled, and many others.
An independent panel reviewed applications and selected grant recipients. The Creative Baltimore Fund provides support to artists and organizations through two grants: Artist recipients are Jayme Kilburn, Sarah B.
General Operating Support provides core support for established arts or cultural organizations that benefit the public and are artistically or culturally vibrant. Recipients of Creative Baltimore Fund grants are listed below.
The Creative Baltimore Fund is made possible through monetary support from the billboard tax and helps art programs and projects come to fruition and continue to enhance the City of Baltimore. Recipients were selected by an independent panel.
For more information on the Creative Baltimore Fund, call Jayme Kilburn — Community Partner: Strand Theater This project opens up a space for women and trans community members in an effort to forge a supportive community while also creating personal narratives that can be publicly performed.
Ways of Seeing Artist: McCann — Community Partner: The exhibition will put work on view that questions the meaning of seeing, how people experience the world and the ways in which they work to understand, particularly those with a different experience. The curation will occur collaboratively by curators that are both blind and sighted through written descriptions of the art.
The curators will also work directly with artists who will create new work for the exhibition. The exhibition will be accessible to blind and sighted audiences, providing an opportunity for an immersive art experience. Charm City Night Market Artist: Stephanie Hsu — Community Partner: Scott Patterson — Community Partner: In partnership with Belair-Edison Neighborhood, Inc.
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