June 23, 2024
A Digital Takeover

Art of Baltimore

Calling all Baltimore Artists!

In collaboration with Maryland Art Place and BROMO Arts & Entertainment District, the Downtown Partnership will be highlighting 15 local artists of various mediums for 15 weeks on our interactive kiosk network (Ike).

Applications Open: Monday, May 15

View Info Sheet 2023 Application Open Learn About Ike Kiosks
Creating A Positive Platform

More About Art of Baltimore

#ArtOfBaltimore is a digital campaign launched by downtown Partnership of Baltimore (DPOB), in partnership with Maryland Art Place and BROMO Arts & Entertainment District, that will feature artwork and graphic design by local artists, created in any original medium, in a digital format.This will include the 16 Interactive Kiosks (IKEs) throughout Baltimore, DPOBs social channels and website. The aim of this campaign is to increase the public visibility of local artists and promote works with an uplifting and positive message. The inaugural run of this campaign was launched at the height of Covid to infuse art and beauty into DPOB’s content across platforms.

The return of Art of Baltimore hopes to continue to provide an extended platform of positive, community focused, content that enlivens the Downtown Streetscape.

Apply Today!
Fair Pay For Artists, Always

Selected artists will receive a $250 licensing fee per unique artwork featured on the IKE Kiosks, as well as promotion on all approved usages of artworks.

Art In All Forms

Accepted Art Mediums


(Artfully Photographed or Digitized)


(Classic + Digital)

3D Rendering


(Artfully Photographed)

Graphic Design

Typographic Design


Fashion Design

(Artfully Photographed)


(10 Second Clips, No Sound)


(10 Second Clips, No Sound)

Art of Baltimore Artists & Work


Jay Delnegro jaydelnegro.com

"Beats That Raised Us"

Kolpeace kolpeace.com

"Flogging of Urchins"

Kelly Walker kellywalkerfineart.com

"Sweet Nothings"

King J kingjart.square.site


Matt Muirhead mattmuirhead.co


MC Studios Arts mcstudiosarts.com

Do you have questions about Art of Baltimore? Ask the program organizer. We’re here to help.