Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower Closed

In consideration of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and to maintain health and safety, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts’ public attractions and galleries will remain closed until further notice. At Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower we understand that the closure of these spaces impacts so many. We look forward to welcoming you back once it is safe to do so, but until then we are committed to connecting with you virtually. Visit to sign up for our newsletter and look to our social media for updates on virtual events, art resources, and to learn about how Baltimore's creative community is thriving remotely.

Art as Activism

As Baltimore City and the nation raise our voices to combat racism, BOPA supports the right of everyone to speak up against injustice and inequality. Racism is everyone’s problem and cannot be tolerated. None of us escapes the scourge of racism in America or globally and all of us must work together to combat the pervasive callous indifference to life and liberty.
Our Constitution affords us the right to peacefully assemble in protest. Like the right to life, liberty, and justice, freedom of speech is an inherent right for all Americans. As artists, we process what is happening and what we hope for the future through our images, music, and words. Art is an effective and necessary form of activism and peaceful protest.
Art as activism has a long history in moments of struggle across the world. But it documents the present for the future and the art that we create remains and helps shape the narrative of history. For it is often through the arts – through murals, novels, poems and more – that we can most clearly show the world around us, challenge it and, hopefully, change it.
As we remember George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and the many others that were murdered at the hands of injustice, it is incumbent upon all of us to use our voices, our art, and our vote to demand much-needed change. 
Donna Drew Sawyer
CEO, Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts


The Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower has been transformed into studio spaces for visual and literary artists. Located at 21 S. Eutaw Street in the heart of downtown Baltimore's West Side near the Hippodrome Theater, Baltimore Convention Center and the University of Maryland of Baltimore, the 15 story city landmark is the perfect location for artists. Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is a project of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts. Capital Funding for the project is made possible by the City of Baltimore, Baltimore Development Corporation, Eddie & Sylvia Brown, Maryland Historic Trust, Laverne Hahn Charitable Trust and Baltimore City Heritage Area.


Rent a Studio Space

Space is available for a variety of rental opportunities throughout the tower from the clock room to the mezzanine.


Visit Us

HOURS: Saturdays: 11am - 4pm (studios open at noon)
Clock Room Tours: 11:30, 12:30, 1:30, 2:30 ($8)

ADDRESS: 21 S. Eutaw Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

Public parking and metered street parking available.