TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Public Schools Office of Visual Arts has just launched The Superintendent’s Gallery in the administration building of the school system’s Greenwood campus.
The inaugural exhibition in the gallery features 24 juried student artworks from 18 schools across the county.
The works, along with written and video artist statements, can also be found in a virtual gallery on the Visual Arts Office website.
A Best in Show winner for the exhibition will be selected and announced soon.
“This is our first physical art exhibition since classroom doors closed in March 2020 at the start of the global pandemic” wrote Sherri Fisher, visual arts coordinator. “As we are reopening schools and classrooms, we are reopening the gallery to possibilities and a better future. The work in this exhibition was completed by students during the 2020-21 school year and reflects their resiliency, creativity, and the power of art to carry us through challenging times. We continue to get through this with art and are happy to officially announce that the gallery is open!”