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Galleries and Museums

Baltimore is full of galleries and museums. Rather than list them all here, we've selected a few and recommend that you check in the City Paper or the Baltimore Sun for a more complete list. Also go to the Baltimore Collegetown Web site at www.baltimorecollegetown.org. Both The Walters Art Museum and The Baltimore Museum of Art are free to the public.

Galleries

Area 405

www.area405.com
405 E. Oliver Street
Station North

Alternative exhibition space that produces, presents, and promotes arts and cultural programming.

Baltimore Clayworks

410.578.1919
www.baltimoreclayworks.org
5707 Smith Avenue
Mount Washington

Features functional and sculptural ceramics, traveling exhibitions by national and international artists, and work by Clayworks' resident artists and students.

C. Grimaldis Gallery

410.539.1080
www.cgrimaldisgallery.com
523 N. Charles Street
Mount Vernon

Craig Flinner Gallery

410.235.7655
859 W. 36th St.
Hampden

Antique prints, maps, and vintage French posters. Custom framing available.

Creative Alliance at the Patterson

410.276.1651
www.creativealliance.org
3134 Eastern Avenue
Highlandtown

Sponsors exhibitions, lectures, performances, and community-based art programs.

Goya Contemporary

410.366.2001
www.goyacontemporary.com
3000 Chestnut Avenue, Studio 214
Hampden

A full-service printmaking atelier and contemporary art gallery. Printers collaborate with artists to create intaglio and lithographs.

Maryland Art Place (MAP)

410.962.8565
www.mdartplace.org
218 W. Saratoga St.
Downtown

Shows the work of emerging regional artists and performers. Sponsoring the 14 Karat Cabaret at their old location, 218 W. Saratoga Street.

School 33 Art Center

443.263.4350
www.school33.org
1427 Light Street
Federal Hill

Features emerging and alternative art and artists.

Museums

American Visionary Art Museum

410.244.1900
www.avam.org
800 Key Highway
Inner Harbor

Nation's only museum devoted to the work of untrained "outsider" artists. Definitely worth a visit. $7 with student ID.

Baltimore Museum of Art

443.573.1700
www.artbma.org
10 Art Museum Drive
Charles Village

Maryland's largest museum, noted for its modern collection, American wing, and sculpture garden. Open Wednesday–Sunday, free.

The Contemporary Museum

443.388.8980
www.contemporary.org
429 N. Eutaw St.
Downtown

A museum dedicated to creating education programs and cultural experiences that reach an exceptionally wide range of constituents. Suggested donation of $3 for students.

Walters Art Museum

410.547.9000
www.thewalters.org
600 N. Charles Street
Mount Vernon

Wonderful ancient, medieval, and 19th century painting collections. Hackerman House, in a beautifully restored home adjacent to the museum, houses the Walters' Asian art collection. Free.

This page was last updated on 06/14/2016.