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Move-In Day Fast Approaching!

I can’t believe the day is almost here!

DIVA Empowerment Studio will be moving into it’s physical location on this Saturday, February 1, 2020!!

We will be moving into the historic James E. Hooper House in the Old Goucher neighborhood of Baltimore City, just blocks from the Station North Arts District. Located at 100 East 23rd Street, Baltimore MD 21218, we will have a suite which is approximately 200 square feet. Large enough to host 8-12 people for heARTbooking, crochet class, henna services, our twist on paint-n-sips and much, much more.

The Hooper House is a building which houses about 12 tenants, all having a creative bent, and boasts the charm and grace of buildings from an era of way back when. The architecture and style of this building is the perfect setting for peace and tranquility. An escape from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life in 2020. A sacred space to come and let your hair down while letting your creativity flow…

Our suite has been newly refurbished with better lighting and exposing the original hardwood floors. It has a faux fireplace and walls which aren’t painted staunch white, giving our space the warmth and familiarity of home.

DIVA Empowerment Studio in Suite 3D of the James E. Hooper House, Baltimore Maryland

We are excited to be able to open our doors in the coming weeks and welcome you. Look for our Grand Opening Reception where we will receive guests, provide a creative activity and light refreshments while filling the space with your positive energy. We will call on the Ancestors to be present as our continual guides in providing a space where they will continue to empower us.

We hope that you will come and celebrate our opening with us! Make sure to like our page on Facebook and join our Facebook Group so that you don’t miss out on any of the activities and events we have planned.

Please note that this is a historic building that does not provide for disabled access. You will have to walk up steps in order to access both the front door and our suite door. We apologize for any inconvenience; however, we do not own the building. We only occupy a small space within the whole.

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