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Art And Music For Hope


 
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Art And Music For Hope
 
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Heather Joi...


 
 
 
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Iguana Souce

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Hallway Observation

 
A hallway observation of CCBC Essex's art wing. Contrary to belief, the argyle socks are not a part of the drawing.

Joshua Rogers Graphic Design Interview

This past March I had the pleasure of interviewing Eastern High School student, Joshua Rogers. From this interview one can gather that he is a very hard worker and determined to be even more successful in the graphic design field.

"This one I really like because I had a lot of freedom to play with light and color. I feel like a lot of people use pre-made filters on their photography to make it look ethereal and surreal but nobody can truly imitate when a real person puts effort into adding emphasis where required and dancing the viewer's eye around the art. The person depicted is Chrystal Jordan of Anoxia who commissioned me to play with some of the photography from a recent photo shoot."

The Underground's First Open Mic Night.


 On Friday, March 11th, BaltimoreAMP had our very own open mic night, for anyone with a desire to showcase their creative creations. Posted in the photo above, Mandy Buttrum shares one of her recently written songs. Check out more of our photos to see what went down.

O'Donnell Heights Day 2010

Annual Fund Drive 2010

Dear Friend of Baltimore Art & Music Project:

December 2010 will mark our 16th anniversary!  As many nonprofits have experienced, it has been a challenging year financially for BaltimoreAMP.  More than half our operating budget was cut for FY10, but we will not give up!  Our mission and programming continues to provide “the arts” as an all-inclusive means for individuals to express themselves and for communities to be strengthened and revitalized. 

During these difficult times we are truly in the business of creating moments, moments of creative release that bring imagination, inspiration and hope through art and music.  There is a universal response to the anticipation of an event; the individual must feel good about who they are and where they live.  The arts become that healing power that fosters creative talent, raises social consciousness, promotes civic responsibility, community service and pride.

Your support continues to make all the difference in being able to provide cultural outreach to communities and individuals who traditionally feel excluded from the arts sector.

 

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