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Zombies In The Park: We survived the apocalypse!

On Friday October 15th, Dundalk Veteran's Park was invaded by over 150 zombies! Luckily for BaltimoreAMP, some of us made it out alive, so we can let you know of the great time we had. 

BaltimoreAMP Searches For The Endless Summer

On Saturday August 14, 2010 at the Hard Yacht Cafe in Dundalk, MD, BaltimoreAMP searched for the Endless Summer and created the perfect vibe!
All photography courtesy of: Katie Taylor.

BaltimoreAMP Presents: A Stroll Down Memory Lane

On June 18th, South Veterans Park was graced with the musical stylings of Smooth Teaze and Stardust Memories.

BaltimoreAMP Earth Day Festival 2010

Earth Day Festival 2010 sponsored by Ports America Chesapeake.

BaltimoreAMP Celebrates 15 Year Anniversary with Earth Day Festival 2010

Lisa Matthews of 2010 Grammy nominated group Milkshake, leads a "Love Train" at the first annual Earth Festival.

An Interview With Susan Detwiler

Susan Detwiler is an illustrator living and working in Baltimore. She has illustrated The First Teddy Bear by Helen Kay, One Wolf Howls by Scotti Cohn, and many of the Reading Roots Shared Stories series. For more information, visit her website here.

Baltimore AMP & NLI Research Institute, Japan

Baltimore Art & Music Project selected as a case study model by Japan's NLI Research Institute.

Nov. 30, 2009

Baltimore Art & Music Project is proud to announce that they were recently chosen by the NLI Research Institute in Japan to serve as a case study model that focuses on the efficacy of cultural community outreach programs and their importance in industrialized nations.

The endeavor, entitled "Research Project for Regional Revitalization through Arts and Culture," began in October of 2008 and was commissioned by the Japan Foundation for Regional Art-Activities (JAFRA).

Chief researcher Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto recently visited the United States to study relevant American programs, one of which was Baltimore Art & Music Project.



Andrea Gise & Dancers


I wanted to begin this article with some sort of inspiring quote or notion about the relationship between hard work and success; however, I truly think after reading about the many accomplishments Andrea Gise & Dancers have achieved, the ties are quite obvious; success cannot be handed to you. This week I had the pleasure of interviewing the owner and creator of Andrea Gise & Dancers, Andrea Gise.



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