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Popular Hotels in Downtown Baltimore

These popular “Downtown Baltimore Hotels” are located either near the Inner Harbor, the Convention Center or Orioles Park at Camden Yards. To view a list of all Baltimore area hotels click the “Bookable” oval to the right.

Hyatt Regency Baltimore
The Hyatt Regency Hotel is directly across the street from and connected by a skywalk to the Light Street Pavilion at Harborplace and the water’s edge. Visit the Amphitheater and Food Court without crossing traffic.
Baltimore Hilton Hotel
The Baltimore Hilton Hotel is nestled right between the Baltimore Convention Center (right) and Orioles Park at Camden Yards (left). A skywalk connects the C/C with the Hilton Hotel for safety and convenience.
Renaissance Harborplace Hotel
The Renaissance Harborplace Hotel is in the base of the Legg Mason Tower, contains The Gallery, for the shopper in you, and is connected to the Harborplace Pratt Street Pavilion at the water’s edge by a skywalk.
Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel
The Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel lets you surround yourself with the best of Downtown Baltimore. This Sheraton is connected to the Convention Center and only a two-block walk to the Inner Harbor. Enjoy Morton’s Steakhouse and the Orioles Grille.
Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Royal Sonesta’s Harbor Court Hotel across Light Street from the waters of the Inner Harbor is next to the Maryland Science Center and only blocks from the Convention Center, Orioles’ Park at Camden Yards and Ravens’ M&T Bank Stadium. Pier 5 HotelPier Five and the Pier 5 Hotel are surrounded by water on three sides and within Walking distance of nearly “everything” downtown. Two fine restaurants are located within this fine waterfont hotel, Ruth’s Chris Steak House and McCormick & Schmick’s.
Days Inn Inner HarborThe Days Inn Inner Harbor is next to the Convention Center and only a couple blocks from the Inner Harbor and the ball yard. This hotel is consistently one of our most-often-booked by people on a budget, but who also want to be right downtown. Harbor East This photo of Harbor East Baltimore shows the Marriott Baltimore Waterfront (left), the Hilton Garden Inn (center), and the Courtyard by Marriott (right). All are only a fun Water Taxi ride or 15 minute walk from everything Downtown Baltimore has to offer.

The Unquiet Mind at the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower, May-June, 2015

For immediate release: April 15, 2015

“THE UNQUIET MIND: A VISUAL EXPLORATION OF MENTAL ILLNESS”
ON DISPLAY 
AT BROMO SELTZER ARTS TOWER

Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower welcomes “The Unquiet Mind: A Visual Exploration of Mental Illness,” a group exhibition curated by Alyse Ruriani surrounding the theme of mental illness and its relation to the arts. On display from Saturday, May 2 through Saturday, June 27, 2015, the exhibition features the work of Natalie Padberg Bartoo, Kaitlin Beebe, Amy Carlson, Morgan Duong, Brianne Lanigan, Rachel Martino, Skylar McCormick, Athena Rigas, Alyse Ruriani, Emily Schultz, Emma Jo Shatto, Laura Weiner, Ashley Wu and Leslie Xia.

permeable mask series Emily Schultz
Part of the Permeable Mask Series by Emily Schultz

Guests have an opportunity to view the exhibition, meet the artists and enjoy refreshments at a free reception on Friday, May 1, 2015 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.  Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is located at 21 S. Eutaw Street. Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is a facility of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, the City’s arts council, events center and film office.

Through personal visual accounts in the show, “The Unquiet Mind: A Visual Exploration of Mental Illness” creates a space that brings awareness to the stigma surrounding mental illness, and begins the conversation on the relationship between art, healing, and advocacy. This exhibition has been funded by a Maryland Institute College of Art Student Affairs community service grant and a grant from Baltimore Collegetown LeaderShape, a civic leadership program by the Baltimore Collegetown Network.

Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is open every Saturday from 11am to 4pm.  Guests have an opportunity to view artwork throughout the building, including 15 floors of working artist studios and special exhibits.  Visitors can also learn more about the historical building and participate in a tour of the clock room ($5).

For more information on “The Unquiet Mind: A Visual Exploration of Mental Illness,” please visit www.theunquietmindexhibition.com or call 443-263-4352.  For more information on Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower, call 443-874-3596 or visit www.bromoseltzertower.com.

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