After nearly three years as executive director of Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District Inc., Priya Bhayana is leaving the organization.
She is reportedly leaving to focus on consulting work and the Oak Hill Center for Education & Culture, which she co-founded. Bhayana departs her current position June 3.
“I’ve worked with such amazing individuals and organizations during my time at Bromo – it has been an inspiring and incredibly rewarding experience,” Bhayana said in a statement. “I have endless gratitude for the Board for their vision and support, and I’m excited to see Bromo continue to grow and to build on their strong leadership.”
Her accomplishments running the district in downtown Baltimore’s Westside includes launching the outdoor film series Bromo Film Nights, music and culinary event Light Up Lexington at Lexington Market and Bromo Boxes, which turns electrical boxes on Howard Street into public art pieces, according to a news release.
The district’s board of directors is working on finding a new director.