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Artists in Maryland: How to Find a Community

How do artists in Maryland find a community? Where can artists connect in the Maryland area?

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Looking for an art scene in Maryland, your first thought might be to visit Baltimore, Annapolis, D.C., or some other area of the D.C.-Maryland-Virginia region.

But each area has its own, incredibly unique art community. Baltimore’s has stood up a vibrant DIY community against the backdrop of a genteel, historic industrial town. Annapolis and D.C. offer a mix of refined art from all around the world.

If you’re looking for an art community in any of these Maryland areas, we’ve got you covered. Here’s the first…

Maryland Art Place

Maryland Art Place (MAP) is a non-profit contemporary art gallery in Baltimore. It inspires, supports and encourages artistic expression through innovative programming, exhibitions and education. They’ve got a dynamic environment for today’s artists, always nurturing an promoting new ideas. MAP has served as a critical resource for contemporary art in the Mid-Atlantic since 1981. Website:

Maryland State Art Council

Maryland State Art Council is an online platform for buying and selling the work of Maryland artists. This is a perfect chance for artists in Maryland to begin selling their artwork. The marketplace is free to join, and all Maryland-based artists are welcome. They’re headquartered in Annapolis. Website:

Coastal Arts Market

The Coastal Arts Market missions statement is to develop and maintain a market to showcase local artists, craftsmen, makers and growers of Southern Maryland. It’s open one Saturday per month at Leonardtown Wharf Park in St. Mary’s County. Website:

Now, if you’re curious about more than just visual art…

List of Maryland Musicians

Here’s a list of Maryland musicians, consisting of musicians with a notably strong connection to the state:

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