PERRY HALL, MD—Artwork by five Baltimore County Public Schools students is featured in the 2021 High School Virtual Juried Art Show at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of African American History and Culture.
Starlette Franklin, a Grade 11 student at Towson High School, earned third place honors in the exhibition and her work was featured on the invitation announcement.
Other BCPS students with work featured in the exhibit are:
- Emmanuel Durojaiye, Grade 12, Lansdowne High School
- Mary Rose Khamfong, Grade 12, Perry Hall High School
- Payton Screiber-Pan, Grade 11, Dulaney High School
- Bethlehem Wolde, Grade 12, Catonsville High School
The exhibition, produced in conjunction with the Maryland State Education Association, showcases work by students from Baltimore City and Baltimore, Carroll, Montgomery, and Prince George’s counties.
The theme for this year’s student exhibition relates to a larger “Make Good Trouble: Marching for Change “ exhibition at the Lewis Museum, which documents local social justice protests through photos, murals, and protest signs. Works in the student exhibit include drawings, paintings, collage, photography and mixed media.
The students’ artwork can be viewed in the video below.