What You'll Get
Like a mirror, art reflects the beauty of the world around us, reveals who we truly are, and can contain a lot of naked people. Reframe your perspective with this Groupon.
Choose from Eight Options
- $25 for two tickets to the public viewing on August 3 ($40 value)
- $49 for four tickets to the public viewing on on August 3 ($80 value)
- $25 for two tickets to the public viewing on August 17($40 value)
- $49 for four tickets to the public viewing on Agust 17 ($80 value)
- $25 for two tickets to the public viewing on September 7 ($40 value)
- $49 for four tickets to the public viewing on September 7 ($80 value)
- $25 for two tickets to the public viewing on September 21 ($40 value)
- $49 for four tickets to the public viewing on September 21 ($80 value)
The Fine Print
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About Graffiti Warehouse
Street artists use walls as canvases, but probably only a few are given the opportunity to use an entire building. The aptly named Graffiti Warehouse, managed by the Rosenfeld Organization, is a massive industrial studio where street artists have access to a safe space and extra-large, 34-foot canvases to do their work. Though each artist is required to bring his or her own paint, completed pieces go up on display and can be sold on-site, with half the proceeds going back to the creator. More than a dozen established artists currently call this space an exhibition home for their paintings and other media.
Open Walls photography tours provide glimpses of select street artists' work and introduce guests to the streets of Baltimore by visiting nearby under-used urban spaces, sites of beautiful murals, and the one overpass where Picasso used to hang out. Street artists aren't the only clients served by the studio, though: Graffiti Warehouse also supplies art therapists and photographers with resources and studios that feature soaring nine-foot windows and private bathrooms.