Welcome to our very first newsletter!


It's been an exciting year in Bromo since we officially became a state-designated Arts & Entertainment District on July 1, 2012! While we continue to build our identity - with your support - we want to share with you highlights from the past year and some awesome upcoming events in the district. 


*In Fall 2012, Articulate: Baltimore brought local, regional & international artists to Bromo to activate vacant spaces with transformative large-scale murals

*Everyman Theatre moved to Bromo into a new gorgeous, renovated, state-of-the-art space

*The City and Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) kicked off and are currently implementing a project to install a few distinctive, artist-designed crosswalks

*The amazing Baltimore Bike Party partnered with Bromo and Downtown Westside for their 80's-themed June ride, which culminated in a delicious meal at Lexington Market

*We, in collaboration with BOPA, Station North & Highland A&E districts, received funding from ArtPlace America to produce the Transit: Creative Placemaking in Baltimore project, which we're currently working hard to plan


We are also thrilled to now have a Director! In October 2013, we hired the inaugural Director of Bromo Arts & Market Center Initiatives, Priya Bhayana. Employed by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, Priya will advance the interests of arts venues, retailers, and other key stakeholders within the Bromo Arts District and the Market Center Merchants Association. Having a person fully dedicated to this effort significantly increases our capacity to work with and support all of the district's great people & organizations. You can e-mail Priya at [email protected].


We'll use this newsletter to send you info about events in the District and what we, as an organization, are up to. So, please, let us know if you have an event or opportunity you want us to share.


Bromo District Map

Wild Life Refuge
Nov 8- Dec 1, Current Space hosts a drawing show featuring J.T. Dockery, Scott Harrison, Clara Bessijelle Johansson, Matt Kish, Koak, Gabriel Ries, Julien Sirven & Walter Sutin
Community Yoga
Charm City Yoga brings community classes to Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center! Every Wed at 6:30pm. $6 class. $2 mat rental.

Nov 8 - Dec 8, enjoy Red at Everyman Theatre. The 6-time Tony Award winning play explores the mind of abstract artist Mark Rothko, set in 1960's Manhattan.
Jersey Boys
Jersey Boys is coming to the Hippodrome Theatre Nov 12-24. Tickets for this celebrated Broadway musical are on sale now.

The Work of a Moment
Sub-Basement Artist Studios guest artist, Christina McCleary, debuts "The Work of  a Moment" Nov 8 5-8pm, Hear the artist speak about her work at 5:30pm.
EMP Collective's mIrrorspeak, opening Nov 15 from 7-10pm, unites 20+ artists in an exploration of self and the events, people and ideas that form how we present ourselves to the world.
IN THE DISTRICT: EMP Collective / Gallery Four / Current Space / 14 Karat Cabaret / Hippodrome Theater at the France-Merrick PAC / Soulful Symphony / Everyman Theatre / SubBasement Artist Studios / Bromo-Seltzer Arts Tower / Fluid Movement / Jordan Faye Contemporary / Artstar Custom Paintworks / Sophiajacob / Rock 512 Devil / Lexington Market / Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center / A.T. Jones and Sons / Maryland Historical Society / Summa / The Whole Gallery / Arena Players / H&H Building / ArteFactory Baltimore / National Museum of Dentistry / Dance Baltimore / MUSE 360 / Downtown Cultural Arts Center / University of Maryland Medical System / Westminster Hall & Poe Grave Site / Maryland Women's Heritage CenterMarket Center Merchants Association

Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment Inc
217 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: (410) 244-1030