Nov. 12: Threading History in Place

A special edition Bromo walking tour in partnership with Everyman Theatre

Explore invisible public spaces and storied buildings that reflect the history of Baltimore’s fashion industry, department stores and garment district and learn about past and present efforts that shape the neighborhoods contained within the Bromo Arts and Entertainment District. Tour begins and ends at Everyman Theatre (315 W. Fayette St. entrance), where attendees may stay for the 2pm performance at an exclusive discounted rate. Produced in partnership with Everyman Theatre, Bromo Arts and Entertainment District, and Market Center Merchants’ Association.

Sunday, November 12, 2017, 11am-1pm

Tickets: $15 each (tour only), advance purchase required (space is limited). Rain date is Nov. 18.

Click here to purchase tickets!

Contact graham to schedule a private tour.

Tour meets at Everyman Theatre

315 W Fayette St, Baltimore, MD

Original Bromo Spectacular Tour:

Explore the Bromo District’s invisible public spaces and storied buildings while learning about the speculative and spectacular efforts shaping the neighborhood to this day. This 90 minute New Public Sites walking tour features little known histories, urban design successes and challenges, and current artist-led redevelopment projects. Along the way, participants are invited to see the district in new ways through absurd, poetic, and sublime moments. Playful activities include unseen vistas, concrete poetry, and sharing of found objects.

Tour Highlights: Metro Tunneling, Lexington Scramble, Social Insecurity, Franklin Onramp / Gallery Row, 7-11 Plastical Revival, Back Alley Parking Shortcuts, Private Park Liberation, Le Mondo & Current Space Redevelopments, Tyson Canyon Trees, Umbrella Void, Superblock reboot, Greyhound Badminton, Howard Street Transitions, Hopscotch Crosswalk, Bromo Tower Vista

Bromo Spectacular was originally presented as part of Front, curated by Betty Gonzales. Front was an augmented reality and online exhibition addressing issues of urban renewal by reimagining vacant storefronts throughout the Bromo Arts and Entertainment District. Find out more about the other amazing artists involved at artcitybaltimore.com.