Nowhere Place Opens June 22nd.

nowhere Place FlyerThe Nomad Gallery in Conjunction with Schulz Development will be opening a new Pop up exhibit to open this Friday June 22nd at 6pm.    

Featuring the Artwork of: James Bouche, Twiggy Boyer, June Culp, Kyle England, Val Karuskevich, Geoff Kim, Kim Llerena, Andy Vible, Mindy Hirt, Maxime La

The Nomad Gallery Projects makes public gallery, exhibition and art retail spaces from once empty store fronts. Nomad Gallery packs up and moves to new locations all over the Baltimore city area. The Goal of Nomad is to promote the emerging artist and to take empty store fronts and fill them with innovative beauty. Through the partnership of artist and building owners we create a low budget DIY space that hosts art of all mediums and reaches people all over the city.
The Goal of Nomad is to promote the emerging artist and to take empty store fronts and fill them with innovative beauty. Through the partnership of artist and building owners we create a low budget DIY space that hosts art of all mediums and reaches people all over the city. Success to us would be the promotion of struggling artists, the public finding inspiration and happiness from the exhibition and our sponsors getting more exposure.

Schultz Development is a local development company that specializes in rehabbing residential houses. Their target area is East Baltimore, specifically Highlandtown, Canton, and Brewers Hill. The scope of their work extends beyond simply building houses; they care about seeing communities grow and flourish. The Culmination of shultz’s vision is to see Eastern Avenue. bustling with street life and creative businesses. They are excited to work with the Nomad  Gallery to help bring a creative energy to the street. By using a currently unoccupied storefront, The Nomad will become an extension of Schultz’s vision by bringing energy to the Avenue. In turn, this allows Highlandtown to participate in expressing The Nomads vision of the city. The possibilities that can arise from this collaboration are endless and both groups look forward to seeing the positive impact this will have on the neighborhood.


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Anthony's Park Mobile Arts and Recycle Center
401 S. Conkling Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
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Baltimore Threadquarters
318 S. Conkling St.
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Creative Alliance at the Patterson
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Highlandtown Gallery
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301-370-0115
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Laughing Pint
3531 Gough St.
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410-342-6544
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Mark Supik & Company
1 N. Haven Street
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410-732-8414
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Pinebox Art Center 
101 N. Haven Street
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Schiavone Fine Art
244 S Highland Avenue
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410-534-2212
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Skyloft Gallery & Studios
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410-276-1193
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The Bank Gallery
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Veteran Artist Program
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Highlandtown Community Association
Meeting Address:
3407 Gough Street
3rd Monday of the month
at 7pm
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Southeast Community Development Corp.
3323 Eastern Ave,
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