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APRIL 18, 2018

Charm City: Light City

Light City is an international light festival stocked with breathtaking art installations and innovative ideas. Taking place annually in Baltimore, our hometown, it adds even more charm to Charm City.

We like to celebrate the individual neighborhoods that make Baltimore great, and Light City does this well by pairing artists with community organizers. Some of the neighborhoods represented include: Belair-Edison, Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District, Darley Park, Federal Hill, Baybrook, Remington, Hamilton-Lauraville, Highlandtown, Hollins Roundhouse/Southwest Baltimore, Little Italy, Locust Point, Patterson Park, Pigtown and Waverly.

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We wonder what “Down the Hill” or Edmondson & Warwick light art might look like — that’d be amazing. And to that point, Light City, in collaboration with Browns Advisory, hosts a segment of the festival called Labs@LightCity. It’s devoted to social innovation programming to challenge your perspective. Everyone knows that the eastside is worlds different from the westside and vice versa. So it’s exciting to have minds come together and strategically think about the other perspective and how to further build and maintain a responsible society.

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Check out our favorite neighborhoods in our Baltimore Collection and of course, Light City. It’s gonna be a blast!

APRIL 18, 2018

Charm City: Light City

Light City is an international light festival stocked with breathtaking art installations and innovative ideas. Taking place annually in Baltimore, our hometown, it adds even more charm to Charm City.

We like to celebrate the individual neighborhoods that make Baltimore great, and Light City does this well by pairing artists with community organizers. Some of the neighborhoods represented include: Belair-Edison, Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District, Darley Park, Federal Hill, Baybrook, Remington, Hamilton-Lauraville, Highlandtown, Hollins Roundhouse/Southwest Baltimore, Little Italy, Locust Point, Patterson Park, Pigtown and Waverly.

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We wonder what “Down the Hill” or Edmondson & Warwick light art might look like — that’d be amazing. And to that point, Light City, in collaboration with Browns Advisory, hosts a segment of the festival called Labs@LightCity. It’s devoted to social innovation programming to challenge your perspective. Everyone knows that the eastside is worlds different from the westside and vice versa. So it’s exciting to have minds come together and strategically think about the other perspective and how to further build and maintain a responsible society.

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Check out our favorite neighborhoods in our Baltimore Collection and of course, Light City. It’s gonna be a blast!