BaltImore Artist Survey

We need to hear from you.

Artists U is working with a Roundtable of artists and arts professionals looking at how Baltimore artists survive and thrive. We created this artist survey to better understand artists in Baltimore. We will use what we learn to better organize with artists, to build community, resources, and opportunities to move us all forward. We do mean “us;” we believe strongly that our success is mutual and interdependent.

Thank you for your time, and we will share what we learn with you!

Ashley Minner, community-based visual artist, Artists U
Andrew Simonet, choreographer + writer, Artists U

Roundtable partners
Sharayna Christmas, choreographer + multimedia performer, founder of Muse 360 Arts and Necessary Tomorrows, Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network
Maggie Villegas, theater artist, Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network
Rahne Alexander, multimedia artist + performer
Carla Du Pree, writer, director of CityLit Project
Lu Zhang, multi-disciplinary artist + organizer, Institute for Expanded Research
Kibibi Ajanku, choreographer, Sankofa Dance Theater, Urban Arts Leadership Program
Renz Balagtas, visual artist, Urban Arts Leadership Program
Sonja Cendak, program manager, Rubys Artist Project Grants
Jeremy Stern, visual artist, Creative Alliance
Cara Ober, visual artist, Bmoreart
Jackie María Milad, visual artist + independent curator, MICA Career Development
Michelle Antoinette Nelson aka Love the Poet, poet + activist, Brown and Healthy, Impact Hub Baltimore
Hannah Brancato, multi-media artist, FORCE

Artists U/Baltimore is a program of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance.

Support for Artists U/Baltimore comes from The Deutsch Foundation, The William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artist Awards, The Surdna Foundation, The William Penn Foundation, The Wyncote Foundation, and Leveraging Investments in Creativity.