we are:

exittheapple - sidewalk scenea semi-public, artist-run, multipurpose creative production space

located at 2334 Guilford Ave @ 24th Street, Baltimore MD. 

We maintain a seasonal popup marketplace called #theexchange,to help foster community, commerce, and connection among small businesses and creatives in our area.

We throw sporadic film screenings, comedy events, and professional development workshops for artists, micro entrepreneurs, and community organizers. You can see some of what we do in our calendar.

In addition to our programming, the artspace is also available for rent on an hourly basis for videography, photography, rehearsals, and auditions; as well as for creative educational purposes such as workshops, classes, and art events. 

Our goals are to create & appreciate film and visual art, to foster and expand creative community, and to strengthen the bond between artists and audiences.

please click around to learn more about our creative community-focused programming, and/or how to use our space to manifest your own creative projects. Looking for rentals? Click here

 

we are also:

an alternative media and art lab, focusing on the power of narrative and creativity to affect personal and social change. in this aspect we are powered creatively by award-winning multimedia artist Pierre Bennu. learn more about his film, visual art, and coaching/consulting work here: pierrebennu.com

Please visit us on Instagram @exittheappleartspaceto see what things look like in action! And click ‘artspace’ above to learn about renting the space for your own creative work! 

 

 

 


 

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To inquire about space rental, please email: exittheapple [at] exittheapple [dot] com. 


In the spring of 2015 we became proud recipients of a capacity building grant from GritFund,  a grant supporting artist-organized activity that contributes significantly to Baltimore’s arts landscape in ways that seldom qualify for traditional funding. Established with generous support from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Grit Fund expands Warhol’s Regional Regranting Program to the Mid-Atlantic, encouraging projects that generate opportunities and create platforms for artists to engage with each other and with the public. The Baltimore Fund is administered by The Contemporary.