The Bromo Arts District unites, supports, and advances artists and cultural organizations toward strengthening Bromo as a thriving and diverse cultural corridor in Downtown Baltimore.
About this A&E District
Located in the heart of Downtown Baltimore, the Bromo Arts District was established in 2012 to create a vibrant neighborhood where arts and entertainment can flourish. Anchored to the south by our namesake, the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower, the district stretches all the way north to include mainstays such as the Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center, Current Space, and Arena Players. The District builds on a significant collection of existing cultural assets, including large visual and performing arts venues and local artist-run spaces offering a professional, high-caliber of visual artistic production and display, performance art, and theatre.
We work with over 30 cultural organizations in the district and the hundreds of artists who live or work in Bromo. We also partner with community organizations in and around Baltimore who can bring resources to our arts and entertainment mission. Bromo is also home to two major Baltimore festivals; the Charm City Fringe Festival and Charm City Night Market.