Jubilee Arts is a program of the 501(c)3 nonprofit Newborn Holistic Ministries, Inc. founded in 1996 by life-long community resident C.W. Harris.  Located in Baltimore City's underserved communities of Sandtown-Winchester and Upton, Newborn follows a mission to preserve and enrich life in its communities by providing services that will enable residents to meet their material, social, and spiritual needs.  In 2000, Newborn created Martha's Place, a transitional program to meet the need for long-term recovery services for women. In 2008, Newborn continued its work to enrich life in the community through the development of Jubilee Arts.

What we do:
•     Offer classes in ceramics, visual arts, creative writing and dance to people of all ages. Classes are held year-round, with nominal class fees under $10 for both adults and children. Recent classes include hand dance, adult/child clay, African dance and drum, Capoeira, spoken word, screen printing, mural drawing.
•     Offer opportunities for local artists to teach, volunteer, and exhibit their work.
•     Host cultural events including performances, exhibitions and special workshops.

Who we serve:
•     People ages 6 and older in Baltimore’s underserved Sandtown-Winchester, Upton, and surrounding neighborhoods.

More about us:
•     Partners with Baltimore Clayworks & Maryland Institute College of Art
•     Awarded Inaugural Henrietta Lack Memorial Award
•     Featured on WEAA on the Marc Steiner Show, Listen Up with Justin Jones-Fuso and Cool Vibes with Sandi Mallory
•     Featured on WYPR’s Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
•     Todd Marcus, President of Newborn and jazz musician, featured in City Paper