Sunday, October 7, 2012

open walls baltimore

A 45-minute drive up the highway makes Baltimore an easy getaway for concerts and to visit friends. It gets a bad wrap from D.C.-centric types, but Baltimore has a tight-knit arts scene filled with active musicians, actors, chefs, artists and students. The neighborhood of Station North, for many years a seriously rundown and crime-ridden area, has been getting a lot of buzz lately, thanks to Open Walls Baltimore—a project that brought artists from around the world to individually paint 23 giant, vibrant murals on the sides of buildings and in public spaces across the neighborhood.

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