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Center for Hope, a comprehensive violence intervention and prevention center based in Baltimore, MD, is embarking on an initiative called IMAGINE HOPE to fill our soon-to-be new building with art that brings hope and healing to people of all ages who have experienced trauma. We provide crisis responses and solutions for survivors and caregivers impacted by a variety of traumas, including child abuse, human trafficking and exploitation, domestic and family violence, community violence and elder abuse.

We are seeking artists to create art for our new 32,000 square foot building to help clients move past their trauma and evoke a sense of peace and joy during a difficult time in their lives, with an aim to recover and heal. We want to spotlight artistic diversity and the amazing creative talent in our Greater Baltimore community and beyond. As artists, you especially know how powerful your creations can be for the human spirit. Donating one of your pieces is a meaningful gift to those who can draw strength and joy from your work. Our new building is scheduled to open in March 2022.

About the IMAGINE HOPE Project
As children, teens, families and caregivers walk through our doors, we want them to feel enveloped with a sense of hope, peace and safety. The IMAGINE HOPE project’s goal is to help our clients see that they have a better future and they have the power to make it happen. Art connects mind to body. HOPE and ART are proven to be positive mechanisms for change and predictors for wellbeing. HOPE helps people heal from trauma and abuse and ART can strengthen healing and lift the human spirit.

About Center for Hope
LifeBridge Health’s Center for Hope, the nation’s first comprehensive violence intervention and prevention center, has a mission to advance hope, healing and resilience for those impacted by trauma, abuse and violence through comprehensive response, treatment, education and prevention. Center for Hope integrates LifeBridge Health’s violence intervention programming into one location which includes a Child Advocacy Center (formerly Baltimore Child Abuse Center), DOVE-Northwest Hospital’s domestic violence program, Safe Streets Belvedere, Baltimore City’s human trafficking navigator, mental health services, violence response teams at Sinai Hospital and Grace Medical Center, community outreach and training and an elder justice program.

How to Apply
Submit an application online by November 1, 2021. For more information, contact us at

Chesapeake Arts Center Seeking Teaching Artists

Are you an artist with experience teaching kids or adults how to draw, paint, sculpt, dance, or
create? Chesapeake Arts Center (CAC) is seeking teaching artists to add to our talented roster of instructors for our Fall 2021 and Winter/Spring 2022 semesters in the following disciplines:

  • Visual Arts – Painting, Hand-building, Ceramics, Drawing, and Fiber Arts
  • Digital – Animation, Digital Photography, Computer Programming, Game Design, Graphic Design, and Adobe CC Suite Instruction
  • Theater – Play-Writing, Improv
  • Music – Beginning instruments for group classes, choir, and musical theater
  • MakerSpace – Jewelry-making, Woodworking, 3D Printing, Screen Printing, Sign Making, STEAM Activities, Printmaking, Moldmaking/Casting, 3D Modeling, Arduino & Microcontrollers, and Home Repair.

Chesapeake Arts Center offers excellent hourly pay; each instructor sets their own hours for classes or workshops which can be one-day, weekend, or multi-week offerings during the week or on weekends.
Please go to and click “Join our Team” to complete a class proposal or click here, or send your resume and cover letter to our Education Director, Ashley Lines,

Call For Entry: Quarterly Exhibitions at Hotel Indigo (click to download application)

Application Deadline: Rolling (submissions reviewed bi-annually)

Maryland Art Place (MAP), in partnership with Hotel Indigo is pleased to announce an open ‘Call to Artists’. As an extension of MAP’s annual IMPACT public art partnership projects, MAP is working with Hotel Indigo to offer rotating exhibitions in Hotel Indigo’s library and Poets Modern Cocktails and Eats. This opportunity is available to visual artists living or working in Maryland. Maryland Art Place will curate four exhibitions a year based on submissions entered through a rolling basis.

Hotel Indigo, Baltimore Downtown is a boutique hotel located in Baltimore, MD has been working closely with the hotel since it opened, selecting and installing the hotel’s permanent artwork collection including works by Jared Ragland, Gary Kachadourian and Christos Palios. Hotel Indigo and MAP share the same vision of
supporting working artists in the region, and both look forward to their continued partnership and the rotation of quarterly exhibitions.

For more information, visit