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R. House, an industrial-chic food hall housed in a former body shop with 10 chef-driven counters. photo credit: Reema Desai


PlacestoMeet The Baltimore Convention Center is the premier


location for conventions, tradeshows and exposi- tions in the region, offering 300,000-square feet of contiguous exhibition space, approximately 85,000-square feet of meeting space (50 rooms) and a multifunctional 36,672-square foot ballroom. Nestled in the heart of downtown, the center boasts easy access to the world renowned Inner Harbor and a variety of attractions within this affordable, prime destination.


The National Aquarium boasts breathtaking views of the Baltimore Inner Harbor along with five levels of award-winning exhibits to provide a magical and memorable backdrop for any special occasion. A number of spacious locations are available for events, making the aquarium ideal for corporate meetings, team building sessions, fundraising galas, holiday parties, weddings and more.


ThingstoDo Station North was the first neighborhood in


Baltimore to receive a designation as an Arts and Entertainment District from the state of Maryland, and continues to be home to cutting-edge art and art resources, including MotorHouse – a non-profit that serves as everything from a gallery to a the- ater to a studio space.


Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway Film Center is another neighborhood highlight. The $18.2 mil- lion renovation of the formerly abandoned space, now a theater that showcases bold indie, cult-clas- sic and international films, demonstrates the artis- tically driven developments underway in Baltimore.


Amy Sherald, portraitist for First Lady Michelle Obama, will be featured alongside other local artists who received a Baker Artist Award at the Baltimore Museum of Art’s (BMA) “Baker Artist Awards 2017 & 2018,” (September 12 - October 14, 2018). BMA also is showcasing John Waters: Indecent Exposure, the first major retrospective of the Baltimore native’s visual work (October 7 - January 6, 2019).


Arts of Asia (now - October 1, 2020) is one of the most exceptional collections of Asian art in North


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