"Seeking Sponsors To Support Our Organization"
May we add your Business to the Community Support Page of our Web Site? Become a member and receive a free web page linked to our site.

Intercultural Museum Art Gallery is requesting and accepts donations which are tax deductable to the supporter under our Non-Profit 501(c)(3) Federal Tax Exempt Status.
Please contact us with your contributions. Monetary, Goods, or "In Kind" Services.

e-mail me
"Community Support Page" of Businesses, Individuals and Artists  that support our efforts with contributions.

The Surface.org
An Online Art Gallery
"The Door and Window Project"
Pulic Art Project by Local Artists

John Coltrane
Coming In June - 2004
Jokulo Cooper - One Man Show
"Making A Stand For Humanity"
"Artist Networking Show"
Saturday - November 1, 2003 @ Xando's Coffee and Bar.
Curated by Larry Scott. Public is invited to come and meet over 25 Artists! All Exhibited works available for purchase. This is one you do not want to miss!
Located on the corner of N. Charles & 31st Streets
"International Women Artists Exhibition"
To Be Announced : 2004
128 W. North Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201

Coming Soon!

"Jokulo's Coffee Cup PLUS" Gallery at IMAG
Here, you will buy a cup of good coffee and view
the "Short term" art available for acquisition. This is your opportunity to acquire "Original Works" from regional artists. All work shown in this gallery is
available for $125 each, nothing higher. Why buy a "Print" when you can "Acquire" the REAL THING by REAL ARTISTS? Incidently...
Coffee is "On the house" when you make an acquisitiion!
Isn't it time you started your Art Collection?
"See For Yourself"
[Click on]
Saturday - December 13, 2003
Baltimore’s 2nd Annual Cultural Town Meeting with Mayor Martin O’Malley will feature two special guests: Randy Cohen, VP of Research and Information at Americans for the Arts, and Richard Florida, author of The Rise of the Creative Class.
Wed., Oct. 29, 2003
Baltimore Convention Center, Room 307-308
6-7pm: cultural exchange
7-8:30: town meeting
Presented by BOPA and the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance.