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Mud and Metal Fine Craft
Mud and METAL specializes in functional art for your home and art to wear. The intent is to showcase artists new to Baltimore, as well as provide space for local artists. We appreciate functional work and the artists who can not stop creating.
MUD and METAL opened in the fall of 1995 on the 800 block of west 36th street, aka the Avenue, hon. We had a lot of fun in that small space. It would fill up with 10 people... so, In 2006 we bought the old abandoned and gutted Hampden House Bar at 1121 w. 36th st. It was a large undertaking, but the result was much more space, taller walls, more natural light, and the addition of a second floor.
About a year ago we finished the renovation upstairs and opened it up for art and classes. The Gallery Above is an expansion of our space and our creativity.
The Gallery Above is on the second floor, above MUD and METAL.
We create monthly shows featuring artists and their artwork. Openings are celebrated on First Fridays of every month from 6-9 pm. Please join us.
Various classes and workshops will also be available. Currently we have ongoing prenatal yoga classes. Please reach out if you are looking for a space to teach, meet, practice, or party.
Line by Line by Line is our current show featuring Henry Schneiderman. Henry is a retired art teacher who is enjoying exploring abstract printing with scrap wood blocks. The show will run through November 30th.
First Friday at Mud and Metal
Hampden Village, Baltimore City
Hampden is an amazing, eclectic and supportive community. Hampden is an historic city neighborhood once famous for its fabric mills. Today it is filled with a unique collection of independently owned shops, delicious food, holistic care, and bars with music of course! There is something for all ages in Hampden, so bring the family, friends from out of town or just you and your honey for a good time, any time in Hampden!