Last updated 2/20/2020
Graffiti & Street Art Collections
Bricks, Brews & Crews 2018
The Loading Dock, Inc. (TLD) partnered with Monument City Brewing Company and hosted a live, graffiti arts performance event featuring roughly 100 local and national graffiti artists who transformed the TLD property into an outdoor gallery of colorful murals, which is now one of the largest graffiti art collections in Maryland.
Baltimore Mobile Community Brick Factory June 2016
Marian April Glebes, in collaboration with Josh Copus, launched the Baltimore Mobile Community Brick Factory. This project was an extension of Glebes' year-long project, in partnership with The Loading Dock, at the Baltimore Museum of Art's Patricia and Mark Joseph Education Center.
The Baltimore Mobile Community Brick Factory made hand-processed bricks, using local Maryland clay and historic methods. Participants and visitors were invited to personalize and inscribe their stories in the handmade bricks at several sites, including at the BMA and The Loading Dock. The bricks made during this project will became part of roving public art installations over the course of the next year.
The Brick Factory at The Loading Dock!
The Loading Dock & The Contemporary Museum
The Contemporary is a nomadic, non-collecting art museum in Baltimore, Maryland. Their mission expands the idea of a museum as an incubator that commissions site-specific and subject-oriented projects. They engage diverse audiences and advance contemporary art through projects and educational programming.
The Contemporary's work is inspired by three guiding principles: artists matter, collaboration is key, and audience is everywhere.
A pARTnership & project at the former Peale Museum in Baltimore, MD
April - July 2016
The Contemporary presents Only When It's Dark Enough Can You See The Stars, a project with New York-based artist Abigail DeVille at the former Peale Museum located at 225 N. Holiday Street. Opened in 1814, the Peale Museum is the first building in the Western Hemisphere to be built and designed as a museum.
Read more about this pARTnership project here.
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