Programming

Motor House’s programming schedule includes gallery shows, performances, and events. Find out more information by clicking on the links below.

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SOMOS Latinx Art and Culture Festival

Thu, Apr 27
3.30pm — 10pm

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SOMOS Latinx Art and Culture Festival

Thu, Apr 27
3.30pm — 10pm

SOMOS Latinx Art and Culture Festival will provide a platform for Latinx identifying artists to sell, promote, and perform their work in Station North. We welcome everyone to participate and attend to celebrate the diversity of Latin American identities and art in Baltimore.

El Festival de Arte y Cultura SOMOS Latinos ofrecerá una plataforma para artistas de identidad Latina para que puedan vender, promover y presentar su arte en el districto de art Station North. Damos la bienvenida a todos a participar y asistir para celebrar la diversidad de identidades y arte latinoamericano en Baltimore.

$5 Donation

“Endgame” by Samuel Beckett and “Voices in the Rubble” by Darren Donohue

May 12 — May 21

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“Endgame” by Samuel Beckett and “Voices in the Rubble” by Darren Donohue

May 12 — May 21

The absurdist classic “Endgame” by Samuel Beckett is paired with the U.S. premiere of a contemporary one-act by another gifted Irish playwright: “Voices in the Rubble” by Darren Donohue, presented by Rapid Lemon Productions at Motor House, for six performance this May. Lance Bankerd directs an ensemble cast. A riveting production in an intimate, theatrical setting.

“Endgame” by Samuel Beckett is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

AMP Camp: Arts Mentorship Program

Jun 20 — July 1

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AMP Camp: Arts Mentorship Program

Jun 20 — July 1

Directors CJay Philip and Rosiland Cauthen are excited to introduce A.M.P. Camp, an Arts Mentorship Program (AMP) teaching onstage and offstage production skills. A.M.P. will introduce young people to the various roles creative collaborators play in theater: Acting, dance, lighting, sound, and stage management. Team Work, Patience, Gratitude, and Mutual Respect are core values at the center of A.M.P.’s summer curriculum. The instructors are highly professional award winning arts educators who use the arts to build community and confidence in young people that will last far beyond their summer.

June 20th – July 1st, 9am-4pm
3rd-8th grade

Tuition for the two week AMP Camp is $500. Reserve your spot with a $100 deposit.