Creative new art idea for Baltimore communities

January 10, 2013 by  

A unique new art program recently has been established in Baltimore, which respectfully recognizes the art community from local city neighborhoods. The main idea is to attract tourism and gather acknowledgement for art organizations in the area, making the city of Baltimore a more appealing place for vacationers to visit.

The three communities of Franklin Square, Greater Mondawmin, and Hamilton-Lauraville are each involved with this new and original art development. Beautiful paintings and murals will be widely splashed across various spacious areas in these places for anyone and everyone to enjoy; whether they are on a simple visit or just residents in Baltimore’s local communities. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake, along with the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts and PNC Bank, has approved of this new permanent change.

Yesterday, the List – a news magazine show focused on today’s top entertainment stories – displayed a lovely example on South Carey Street (in the Franklin Square neighborhood) of this new program targeted specifically towards Baltimore’s talented artists. The List is also aimed to portray any main events, stories, or impressive attractions in Baltimore. Additional information can be found on its local news channel or website.

This reinvention of the communities of Baltimore, Maryland will hopefully succeed in its goal to bring more acknowledgement to the artists and arts organizations in the local areas through print companies and other companies getting involved. The program is also aimed to make the city a more peaceful and appreciative place to visit.