"Flash Mob" send-off for the co-owners of Minas Gallery, Minas Konsolas and Peggy Hoffman on Feb. 23.The gala event was organized by Baltimore Post-Examiner blogger Nancy Murray.
Celebratory reflections on Minás and Peggy's contributions the Baltimore's literary and visual art scene:
We are writing to let you know that our last day in business will Sunday, March 16
These past few weeks have been great! It's been wonderful to see those of you who have stopped in for our 50%-off sale and to bid us farewell. All this attention is making us blush!
Special thanks to Nancy Murray, who instigated a Flash Mob farewell for us.
See video to the left!
Some of Baltimore's outstanding writers have given us some great ink in the past few weeks. Thanks to Larry Perl, Rafael Alvarez, Nancy Murray (again), Jack Livingston, and Julie Scharper.
Their links are also to the left!
So we are still here for a little while, just long enough for you to come visit ONE LAST TIME. And of course, you will still see us around town after the 16th, only there will no longer be a counter separating us.
Soon we will re-work our website to fit our new reality. You can always reach us through the website as well as at this email address.
Thanks for being so good to us! We love you. Keep in touch!
Peggy & Minas
Minás Gallery and Boutique is two venues in one: a boutique and an art gallery. Our business first opened in 1992 in Fells Point and then relocated to Hampden in 2004. We're located on 36th Street, known as "the Avenue", an urban village main street featuring cool, quirky, locally owned shops & restaurants.
Our first-floor boutique features vintage and new clothing and accessories for men and women. This is a store with one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, where you create your own fashion masterpiece. Our new items include men's & women's hats, sterling silver jewelry, hard to find items like bow ties, opera gloves, and western shirts. We are one of the few Hampden boutiques to stock a full line of men's clothing. We also carry original art, hand-made crafts by local designers, retro tin toys, a great collection of jazz and blues CD's, cards, and jewelry.
Is one of only a few Baltimore galleries specializing in solo exhibitions of local artists. The second floor venue doubles as an intimate gathering space for literary events, poetry readings, and performances. We host one of the longest-running series of poetry readings in Baltimore City. We've even got yoga and belly dancing. Send us an email if you would like to subscribe to our monthly events listing.
815 W. 36th St. • Baltimore, MD 21211 • 410-732-4258
Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 7pm