Areas of Focus


Every member of a democratic society must have access to reliable sources of information.



Tools and training to develop information literacy in the 21st century must be made available to all.


Individuals should be empowered to communicate truth through effective media formats and platforms.


Truth-tellers must be protected and defended, particularly those on the front lines of democracy.


Upcoming Events

Starting with the opening and auction on June 2, we will host a variety of workshops and programs at Space Camp Gallery, 16 W. North Avenue, Baltimore.

Opening and Auction

Friday, June 2
6:00 - 10:00 pm  

Digital Security Workshop

Sunday, June 4
10:00 - 1:00 pm  

Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon

Sunday, June 4
1:00 - 4:00 pm  

Browse Artwork

We have over 250 artworks from an amazing collection of artists. 
You can preview the work online. 

Auction Pre-Registration

Skip the line and get your bidding number for our silent auction on June 2.

Supporting Partners



Rob Ferrell

Photographer, Graphic Designer, Organizer, Towson Freedom School

Lillian Hoover

Artist; Faculty at Towson, UMD, MICA

Ryan Hoover

Artist; Faculty at MICA

Bart O'Reilly

Artist; Faculty at MICA & Harford Community College

Amy Raehse

Executive Director & Curator, Goya Contemporary

Emily Soontornsaratool

Information Professional; Artist

Maggie Villegas

Arts and Culture Producer, Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts


Melissa Webb

Artist; Exhibitions Manager & Curator, School 33 Art Center



Zoe Charlton

Artist; Professor & Art Department Chair, American University

Marcus Civin

Artist; Writer, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, Maryland Institute, College of Art

Alex Fine

Freelance Illustrator; Co-Founder, Baltimore Academy of Illustration

Lou Joseph

Artist; Visual Arts Specialist, BOPA; Coordinator, Space Camp




Megan Lewis

Artist; Muralist