General Information

Address
1700 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Click here for directions.

About Us
The Metro Gallery is a multipurpose performance space, art gallery, and bar in the Station North Arts District in downtown Baltimore. In operation since 2007, the Metro Gallery curates art shows with a focus on emerging artists. The Metro Gallery has also hosted esteemed touring and local musical acts, including Cass McCombs, Sea Wolf, Avey Tare, The Dismemberment Plan, J Roddy & The Business, Fanfarlo, Owen Pallett (of Final Fantasy), the Dirty Projectors, Beach House, Wye Oak, Dan Deacon, We Are Scientists, Future Islands, Celebration, and many more. The Metro Gallery is also the home of the Videopolis film festival, an annual independent showcase of feature-length and short works and multimedia video installations.

Hours
Metro Gallery is open for events various times throughout the week. Please check our event calendar for details.

Event Booking
Please send all booking inquiries to booking@themetrogallery.net.
DO NOT CALL OR COME IN WITH BOOKING INQUIRIES. WE ONLY BOOK VIA EMAIL.

We receive over 100 emails a day regarding event booking and while we try to get back to everyone it is not always possible. If you do not receive a response after 7 days it means that we are not available for your proposed show.

Frequently Asked Questions
Is Metro Gallery handicap accessible?
Yes.

I left my credit card at the bar – when can I pick it up?
You can pick up your card during any events listed on our website.

Where can I park?
There is plenty of on-street parking as well as two pay to park lots located on our block.

Artist Submissions
Please send all gallery inquiries to curator@themetrogallery.net.

Rentals
The Metro Gallery is available for private parties and special events. Please contact rentals@themetrogallery.net for more information.
DO NOT CALL WITH BOOKING INQUIRIES. WE ONLY BOOK VIA EMAIL.

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Contact
sarah@themetrogallery.net

Photo Credits
All photos on our website are courtesy of Valerie Paulsgrove, Natasha Tylea, Josh Novel and Sarah Werner.