Highlandtown First Friday Art Walk: Nov 3

FRIDAY, November 3   ǀ   5-9 PM

On First Fridays from 5–9pm, art-centric businesses and arts venues in the Highlandtown Arts & Entertainment District stay open a little later than usual to play host to a self-guided walking tour of our neighborhood shops, galleries, landmarks and murals. Neighbors and visitors are encouraged to visit multiple sites and venues, many of which will feature light refreshments, special discounts, demonstrations and events.

Below is a list and map of November’s venues and details:

Y:ART Gallery & Fine Gifts
3402 Gough St
Awarded 2017 “Baltimore’s Best East Side Art Space” by Baltimore Magazine
Enjoy beer and a bite!

Highlandtown Gallery & Zwiebach Creations Gallery
248 S. Conkling St
Holiday show opening from 5-9pm with sangria and live music. Our eclectic group of artists are eager to greet our guests.

Night Owl Gallery
248 S. Conkling St, Unit C
On display: “Postcards from The Enchantments,” a series of plein air works created across the United States.
Snacks and refreshments from 5-9pm
10% Off All Beth-Ann Wilson Originals
$9 18″ x 24″ color-shift Natty van Gogh prints!
(First Fridays Only)
Live Chalk Art and Hand-lettering Demo by Brittany Herbinko of BH Creative Works

The Laughing Pint
3531 Gough St
Featuring artist Ashley Milburn. $5 greyhound drink special & kitchen is open until 10:30pm.

RoofTop Hot
339 S. Conkling St
Art Walk 5:00-8:00
Featuring works by Mervin Ruiz.

Docs Smoke Shop
3721 Eastern Ave
Docs is a family business in Highlandtown since 1979. They have a great selection functional glass art and pendants from American artists across the country. Give the gift they will appreciate!

PEAK Performance Training
512 S. Conkling St
‘Decompression’ the street sign art show by Mowgli.

Snake Hill Tavern
418 S. Clinton St
Skate Photography by Sam Shuman and Kandal Ishie.
Food Specials until 11pm
Happy Hour until 7pm

Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave
Main Gallery: “Aaron LaCrate: Just a Kid from Highlandtown”
Amalie Rothschild Gallery: “Erin Fostel: A Measure of Place”
8pm in the Theater: RISK!
A live show and podcast where people tell true stories they never thought they’d dare to share. [$20, $17 members (+3 at the door)]

Yellow Arrow Publishing
Breath of God Church at 141 S. Clinton St
Enjoy live readings by local writers and poets. A variety of genres will be represented in 15 minute segments between 7-8pm. Feel free to listen to one or all. Open mic sign-ups as time permits.
From 8-9pm we will host our first writer’s group, a space to commiserate with fellow writers on a focused topic. The parallel goal is to connect writers with accountability partners.
Light beverages and snacks provided. Come out and support independent publishing. For the evening’s schedule and listing of writers visit 

Monument City Brewing Co.
1 N. Haven St.
Stop in from 5-9pm to enjoy eats by Dough Boy Pretzel Company (Friendsgiving menu!) and tunes by Ruben Montoya. Free gated parking.

MAXgallery / Maxine Taylor Fine Arts
126 N. Madeira St.
Twenty Years: A Studio Anniversary. Artist: Maxine Taylor
MAXgallery 5-9pm. Light refreshments served.

*This location is just north of Patterson Park. For those who drive, limited parking is available on site.


Save the date for FRI. DEC 1st for the FINAL 2017 First Friday Art Walk in Highlandtown’s Arts & Entertainment District!