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OSI COMMUNITY FELLOWS TAKE PART IN RED BULL AMAPHIKO ACADEMY
2016 OSI Community Fellow, Jermaine Bell recently had the opportunity to work with the organizers of the Red Bull Amaphiko Academy, a 10-day event providing mentorship and skills training for social entrepreneurs to allow them to develop and expand their projects.
From Thought to Action; REdesign & REbuild
In June 2015 Baltimore City residents were still reeling from the death of Freddie Gray, a 25 year old black man murdered by police officers during an arrest two months earlier.
That tumultuous summer month also marked my first event, titled REdesign & REbuild, as the newly appointed Programming Chair of AIGA Baltimore. I put out an open call for all designers, artists, and creatives to join us for a conversation around collaborative solutions for small businesses directly affected by the unrest.
CodeWorks students are getting some lessons from Baltimore entrepreneurs this week
Lessons on starting a business are also on the agenda. On Friday, July 14, they’ll get a look at entrepreneurship from a group of community leaders.
Creative Highlight: Jermaine Táron Bell
Read below to see what he is up to, and get a deeper look into his thoughts on Black Queer Love, art, the institution of marriage, and the importance of intersectionality in LGBTQIA+ spaces. #Blackqueerlovestoriesmatter
“I’m Assaulted, In Some Sort of Way, Almost Every Five Minutes.” Arts and the Culture: Jermaine Bell
Designer Spotlight: Jermaine Bell
It seems appropriate that only a few minutes into having coffee with Jermaine Bell, he was recognized by at least three people. If you haven’t worked with Bell, chances are you’ve seen him at a event in the city — chances are he was probably running the event.
Building an Arts Community in Barclay
Jermaine Bell says he found a power in art that he didn’t feel in words.
Here are the winners of the 4th annual Baltimore Innovation Awards
Colocation Community of the Year: Impact Hub Baltimore, for creating a new space bringing together entrepreneurs, activists, artists and policymakers in Station North.
When I first began working at social entrepreneurship space Impact Hub Baltimore (IHB) as a Baltimore Corps fellow, my role as the program and outreach coordinator was clear. I was to bring awareness to the work that the IHB staff and volunteers were doing and to cultivate a diverse and equitable community.