BARCO Receives Historic Preservation Award for Open Works

The Historic Baltimore Neighborhoods Award recognizes leadership by people or organizations in the preservation, revitalization, and enhancement of historic neighborhoods in Baltimore. The Board of Directors of Baltimore Heritage, Inc. presented a 2017 Historic Preservation Award for Historic Baltimore Neighborhoods to Baltimore Arts Realty Corporation in recognition of exemplary revitalization in Station North with the…

Deutsch Foundation and Friends to Attend 19th Annual Allied Media Conference

The Deutsch Foundation is convening a group of Baltimore-based colleagues, fellows, and grantees will attend the 19th annual Allied Media Conference on June 15-18, 2017 in Detroit, Michigan. Participants will include Jane Brown, President of the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation, and Jess Solomon, Khadija Nia Adell, Jen Schacter, Kimi Hanauer, Theo George, and Denise Brown. Held…

GBCA Announces 2017 Rubys Grants in Media and Performing Arts

The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) is thrilled to announce the eight artists selected for 2017 Rubys Artist Project Grants in media arts and performing arts. This grantee cohort represents innovative artistic practices across the fields of dance, video, projection, documentary film, and sound-based theater. The 2017 Rubys grantees in Media Arts and Performing Arts…

Open Works Wins Award from MD State Sustainable Growth Commission

Congratulation to Open Works, Winner of a Maryland Sustainable Growth Award for Sustainable Communities from the Maryland Sustainable Growth Commission. This award recognizes Open Work’s commitment to equitable economic growth, public participation, and quality of life.   The Maryland Sustainable Growth Awards celebrate significant achievement by individuals, businesses, organizations and local governments to realize the…

The Democratization of Information

Robert W. Deutsch Foundation President Jane Brown at the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) Baltimore Meeting on May 17 The National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) is a collaboration between the Urban Institute and local organizations that connect people with neighborhood data. They tackle challenges in education, health, housing, economic opportunity, and public safety. Begun in…