Artists Selected for
Neighborhood Lights 2018

The third annual Neighborhood Lights is set to take place April 6-8 and expands to reach fourteen neighborhoods

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts announces the local artists and artist teams selected to participate in Neighborhood Lights, Light City’s immersive community artist-in-residence program. The following artists were selected to receive a $15,000 grant to create an illuminated visual or performance art project within the neighborhood of their residency: Ada Pinkston for Belair-Edison and Hamilton-Lauraville; Sean Michael Kenny for the Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District; Kyle Yearwood for Darley Park; FutureMakers for Federal Hill; Maura Dwyer for Baybrook (Brooklyn and Curtis Bay) and Remington; RE/PUBLIC for Highlandtown; Malaika Aminata Clements for Hollins Roundhouse/Southwest Baltimore; Laure Drogoul for Little Italy; XXS Group for Locust Point; Pablo Machioli and Owen Silverman Andrews for Patterson Park; MANIFOLD design for Pigtown and The Rise of Charm City for Waverly.

Neighborhood Lights kicks off the weekend of April 6-8, 2018 with many neighborhood projects potentially on extended view through Light City, a festival of light, music and innovation, taking place at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Saturday, April 14-Saturday, April 21, 2018. New next year, Neighborhood Lights expands to reach fourteen neighborhoods compared to eight in 2017. By pairing these artists with communities, neighborhoods across the city will light up with artwork created with, for and by Baltimore City residents. Projects will be designed and developed collaboratively by the artists and community groups within their designated neighborhood. More information about the artists and neighborhoods can be found below and on

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