About Open Walls Baltimore
Open Walls Baltimore is an unparalleled street art project managed by and located in the Station North Arts & Entertainment District and curated by Gaia. The finest and most widely recognized street artists from around the world are mounting an outdoor exhibition of extraordinary murals that enlivens public spaces, stimulates community revitalization and national dialogue, and attracts visitors and investors to Station North. Open Walls Baltimore will build through April and May with the installation of more than twenty additional murals in time for a Final Friday celebration on May 25th.

Artists include:
Gaia (Baltimore) - 1 W North Ave
Momo (New Orleans) - CIty Arts, 440 E Oliver St
Doodles (Port Townsend, WA) - 1539 N Calvert
Maya Hayuk (New York City) - 1715 N Charles Street
Ever (Buenos Aires, Argentina) - 10 E North Avenue
Overunder (Reno, NV) - 329 E Lafayette Street
John Ahearn (New York City) - Installation at Station North Arts Cafe
Specter (Montreal) - Joe Squared (North Avenue and Howard)
Mata Ruda (Baltimore) - 1700 Latrobe
Josh Van Horn (Baltimore) - Guilford and North Avenue
Jessie Unterhalter & Katey Truhn (Baltimore) - St Paul St at Lafayette Ave
Freddy Sam (Capetown, South Africa) - Lafayette Ave at Charles St
Intersni Kazki (Kiev, Ukraine) - Complete (Maryland Ave at North Ave)
Gary Kachadourian (Baltimore) - Barclay St at Lanvale Street, St Paul and North Avenue
Chris Stain (New York City) - 1701 Latrobe
Jetsonorama (New York City) - Barclay and Bowen Alley
Swoon (New York City) - Pittman Place
Sten and Lex (Italy) - Barclay and McAllister
Nanook (Baltimore) - Barclay and Lanvale
Jaz (Buenos Aires, Argentina) - Barclay St at E Oliver St
Vhils (Portugal) - 1539 N Calvert St

Open Walls Baltimore is curated by Gaia and managed by Station North Arts & Entertainment, Inc.