Data Hub : A Place to Play with BA+JP

Ready to make the most of the Baltimore Art + Justice Map? The Map has a ton of great information about artists, organizations and projects in Baltimore that can be layered with other data sources.

B’More Farm and Food Map @ Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future

Curious to see where BA+JP artists focused on sustainability do their work? What neighborhoods lack farms or access to farms? Do these areas overlap with areas that attract artists? Can Baltimore arts organizations contribute to the fight to make healthy, sustainable food more accessible? The B’More Farm and Food Map shows farms in urban Baltimore along with the markets and restaurants they sell to.

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Open Baltimore: Baltimore City’s Data Catalogue

Want to see how crime stats and the establishment of arts districts are related? Explore the relationship between artists and property taxes? Search for vacant lots to do public art projects in? This database provides information on almost every city service you can think of.

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Baltimore Data Mind

Want to understand the neighborhoods BA+JP artists live in?  This map of Baltimore City, organized by neighborhood, displays statistics in a clear, interactive image. If you’re looking for a certain population to work with, this map will help you find that population.

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Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance

Want to see how the arts interact with a whole host of other neighborhood factors, from employment to education to sustainability? This map allows you to get all your information about a Baltimore neighborhood with one click.

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Baltimore Green Map

These three maps allow you to focus on three different aspects of sustainability in Baltimore- there’s a catch-all regional map, a map focused on reusing and recycling, and a map of the watersheds in Baltimore.

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Have another great resource you think we should add? Have you used our data to visualize something new?  Let us know:

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