Do More HeARTwork (DMH) curates art exhibitions highlighting Baltimore artists working in various mediums with the goal of reinforcing positive narratives of peace, civility, and community amongst Baltimore’s citizens and neighborhoods.
DMH collaborates with Baltimore’s artist communities, schools and colleges, the Baltimore City government, partner organizations, neighborhood associations, the Baltimore business community, and individual citizens to create art exhibitions at various venues in Baltimore City. Themed exhibitions focus on specific art mediums and are tied to the DMH goal of celebrating peace, civility, and community in Baltimore.
As part of the DBCI family, DMH embraces the mission of empowering “at-risk individuals to reach their full potential in the areas of fine arts, technology, health education, career, and mental health awareness.” All exhibitions are planned and installed with the support of artists, community members, youth, and students. DMH is dedicated to education for Baltimore’s youth and will provide service-learning, skills, knowledge building, and exposure for every youth participant involved.
The next DMH exhibition will be: A Dope Boy Film Festival it is scheduled for August of 2023. The gallery below displays photographs from previous DMH projects.