The festival is funded by sponsors such as you, by arts and humanities grants from Governor Larry Hogan and the Maryland State Arts Council and Mayor Brandon Scott and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts, and donations from the members of the Associated Italian American Charities of Maryland, the Little Italy restaurants and businesses, corporate and individual patrons of the arts and our visitors. Join us to hear about this year’s festivities, volunteer opportunities and to ask questions or give suggestions. Please become an active participant in this community event’s success by volunteering and sponsoring. Meetings and other sponsorship and volunteer events and opportunities will be posted here.
Planning is already underway for the most gorgeous arts event of the year! Be a part of the dynamic team that is presenting the Fifth Annual Little Italy Madonnari Arts Festival. More than fifty artists, including featured Madonnari masters, will literally paint the streets of Little Italy in this magnificent 3 day festival that includes al fresco dining, magic, continuous live music, a children’s chalk center, art market and more.