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Sowing the seeds for a deeper understanding of the power of nature as a healing space for individuals and communities

Baltimore Clayworks

5707 Smith Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21209
http://www.baltimoreclayworks.org/index.html

Located in the Mt. Washington neighborhood of Baltimore, Baltimore Clayworks exists to develop, sustain and promote an artist-centered community that provides outstanding artistic, educational and collaborative programs in ceramic arts. An integral part of renovation to Baltimore Clayworks’ two historic buildings was the Nurturing Nature Outdoor Community Space. The outdoor community space is a discreet place of respite and enjoyment for the Clayworks community and surrounding neighborhood. The pocket-sized space is complete with sky-reaching plants and flowers, and a powerfully inspiring clay fountain created collaboratively by resident artists.

Highlights

  • Community Park

Contact

Mary Blair,
410-578-1919

Designer

Higgins-Lazarus

National Awards

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    Friends of the Green Road is seeking volunteers to help with outdoor projects at the Green Road site in Bethesda, MD. Information available on their webpage (click here) or by email at volunteer@tiih.org

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    TKF Foundation
    ©1999-2016

    410 Severn Avenue,
    Suite 216
    Annapolis, MD

    Tel: 410.268.1376

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    About Us

    We are a private nonprofit that supports, informs, and inspires the creation of publicly accessible urban green spaces. We believe that every city resident needs nearby green space to provide opportunities for mindfulness, respite, and renewal. The Foundation has issued its final grants to build five Open Spaces Sacred Places and research the impacts on a variety of users with the hope that the powerful connection between nature, spirit and human wellbeing will be scientifically proven.

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