Investing in innovation.
From science to art, technology to music, education to social justice: whatever the project, our grantees aim to make an impact.
AKIMBO Dance Festival is an annual festival of site-specific dance and movement art in Station North Arts and Entertainment District, which began in 2012. Each annual AKIMBO showcases more than 100 dancers, musicians and artists performing in restaurants, galleries, parks, and on street corners.
Imagine diagnosing a neurological disease by flying through the cortex of a human brain, examining data about brain activity presented beautifully through color and sound. Imagine creating transparent solar cells to power mobile devices by expanding our understanding of the multicenter hydrogen bond, using different hues and sounds to identify the various atoms.
The Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellowship at Fractured Atlas informs and engages the artistic community in federal policy discussions at the junction of communications, technology and the arts.
A grassroots, artist-run platform for changing the working conditions of artists.
Baltimore Brew is an independent daily news website, staffed by veteran journalists committed to providing fresh, fair, insightful and reliable reporting about Baltimore.
A new Chief Technology Officer position at the Baltimore Museum of Art was established to support increasing technology needs.
Artist, curator and professor Cara Ober launched BmoreArt in 2007. Without a comprehensive source for Baltimore events and openings, Ober saw a need for a contemporary art publication dedicated to covering Baltimore's visual arts scene.
The Contemporary - a nomadic institution that fosters unexpected art encounters - thrives on three guiding principles: artists matter, collaboration is key, and audience is everywhere.
Createquity is a research-backed think tank and online publication dealing with the most important issues in the arts and what we, collectively and individually, can do about them.
“Dance & Bmore designs innovative multigenerational programs that seek to stimulate the imagination and encourage creative critical thinking while building a sense of community and well-being.”
The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) nurtures and promotes a vibrant, diverse, and sustainable arts and cultural community essential to the region’s quality of life.
The IRC, based at UMBC, leverages new technologies and emerging media platforms to create meaningful connections between knowledge and people, and to transform the way people learn, work and communicate.
Twelve-month Deutsch Foundation fellowships are awarded annually to two MASD graduates, chosen by an independent panel of judges. Deutsch Fellows have a year to implement their thesis projects. The program prepares students to grow their skills, examine the designer's role and responsibility in society, and bring about social change through design.
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts is a nonprofit organization that provides lawyer referral services and pro bono legal assistance to income-eligible artists and arts organizations.
The Motor House is a performance space, incubator, gallery, creative learning place, and artistic community, housed in a three-story, 24,800 square foot building on North Avenue between Howard Street and Maryland Avenue. Motor House is a place where anyone and everyone is welcome to create and welcomes new visions, bold experiments, and fresh voices.
The Neighborhood Design Center provides access to pro bono design services in underserved communities in Baltimore City and Prince George’s County, MD.
Open Works is a maker space for Baltimore’s creative endeavors. Housed in a newly renovated warehouse in Greenmount West, Open Works will create access through membership, workshops; friendly, expert staff; and classes for youth, adults, and families. Open Works will collaborate with artists, makers, and the parents and children of Baltimore in a new spirit of energy and invention within our community.
The Rubys grant program provides project-based funding for emerging and established Baltimore-area artists for the creation of innovative work that will have significant impact for the artists and on the community at-large.
Urban Teachers have built a break-the-mold teacher preparation program from the ground up to ensure every teacher would get the experiences and support they need to produce results with students.
The local affiliate of Young Audiences, the nation's largest education network, envisions a Maryland where the arts are valued for their capacity to transform lives. Through culturally diverse arts programs within the schools, Young Audiences partners with professional artists from across disciplines to bring hands-on arts learning experiences into the classroom.