A collection of games and activities along Charles Street, Field Day embodies the unorthodox creative spirit expected from Artscape. Participants can play a life-size board game, race down an extreme hopscotch course and play "Twister" on a giant pizza (For example: left hand, mushroom.). The installations were curated by Maryland Institute College of Art professor Jason Corace and two MICA alums, Michael Benevento and Andrew Liang. Five of the artists behind Field Day are based in Baltimore. "I personally love playing games, going to carnivals and viewing art," said Lou Joseph, a visual arts specialist with the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts. "I think Field Day will be a great mash-up of all of those things, while being really approachable and fun for Artscape-goers." Friday-Sunday, Charles Street, from Preston Street to North Avenue.