BALTIMORE, MD– This month, Motor House celebrates Women’s History Month by acknowledging change making womxn artists and art advocates with a set of special conversations called Womxn at The Helm.
Womxn At The Helm will be hosted by our Executive Director, Camille Kashaka and will focus on talking to women who have given tremendous contributions and are making great progress for the arts in Baltimore. The conversations include fashion designers Abisola Oladeinde and Brandi Lewis, Executive DIrector of The Neighborhood Design Center, Jennifer Goold, Award winning choreographer and founder of Dance and Bmore, CJay Philip, Executive Director of The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance Jeannie Howe, Executive Director of Arts Everyday Julia Di Bussolo, Executive Director of CityLit Baltimore Carla Du Pree and Fulbright Scholar and Professor Lisa Moren.. “These conversations reveal true stories of challenge and triumph in creating space in the arts and culture sector of Baltimore” said Kashaka.
Womxn At The Helm will be released in two installments, first on March 15th with art advocates and then March 29th with local artists. For more info email
Motor House is a creative crossroads rooted in the culture of Baltimore. We’re a non-profit arts hub, gallery, and performance space that encourages new visions, bold experiments, and emerging voices to celebrate the artistry of our city