TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Public Schools Office of Visual Arts this week announced its first show of the school year – the 2020 Teacher as Artist Virtual Exhibition – which features artwork by teachers from 48 schools.
“Each school year welcomes this exhibition of artwork exclusively by our BCPS art educators,” said Sherri Fisher, visual arts coordinator for BCPS. “The showcased images demonstrate the artist’s personal artwork and time devoted to enhancing their craft and experience in specific media. These explorations directly relate to the expertise of our educators, which is brought to our students each school year.”
“We thank the artists for sharing their work with us,” said Ryan Twentey, visual arts supervisor for BCPS, “and for sharing the meanings, feelings, and thoughts expressed in their art. The breadth of the collection demonstrates their expertise and dedication to the visual arts and helps define the personal connections art educators have with the content.”
The exhibition will remain available for viewing throughout the school year.