Call for Artists

Throughout the year, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts seeks visual, literary and performing artists to participate in large-scale festivals and special events. Now, artists and cultural organizations can visit one place to learn about current calls for artists, upcoming projects and arts-related events.

Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar

Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar showcases original works of art from regional artisans. Craftspeople can apply to sell their artwork, such as paintings, photographs, jewelry and handmade furnishings/decorations. No deadline.

Call for Teaching Artists

Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts is seeking talented Teaching Artists to join the Bright StARTS program arts education team.  

Click here for the application.

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BOPA Exhibition Spaces: Call for Proposals

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts accepts proposals on a rolling basis for exhibitions in our gallery spaces at The Bromo Arts Tower Gallery, The Top of the World Observation Level Gallery at the World Trade Center, and at the BOPA main office at 10 East Baltimore Street. 

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Hoop House Public Art Microgrants

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and the Baltimore Office of Sustainability welcome proposals from artists, communities, and farmers for the creation of temporary public art projects on and around pre-existing hoop houses within the Baltimore City limits.

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Local Bakers Needed

LOCAL BAKERS NEEDED FOR COMPETITION TO CELEBRATE BICENTENNIAL OF WASHINGTON MONUMENT

Calling all bakers! The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts on behalf of the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy is seeking local bakers to participate in “A Monumental Baking Competition” in the park squares of Mount Vernon Place on July 4, 2015 from 1-4pm. The competition is a part of the Monumental Bicentennial, a celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Washington Monument in the parks of Mount Vernon Place. All interested participants must submit their applications no later than June 1, 2015.

In the spirit of George Washington and to celebrate the growing season of corn, cherries and peaches, organizers are asking local individual bakers and chefs to make their best cherry or peach dessert or cornbread. The entries will be blind tasted and judged by a committee during three separate competitions. The winning recipe in each category will receive an award, be posted online and have their recipe card available at the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar. All participants will receive recognition and a treat! Only one entry is allowed per person; a maximum of 20 entries is allowed per category. Applications can be filled out and submitted online here

For information on the Monumental Bicentennial, call the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts at 410-752-8632. For more information on the Washington Monument and the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy, visit mvpconservancy.org.