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Local BCPS educators’ artwork on display at 2021 Teacher as Artist exhibit

TOWSON, MD—The annual Baltimore County Public Schools’ Teacher as Artist exhibit is on display online and at school system headquarters.

“Each school year we welcome this exhibition of artwork by our BCPS art educators and staff,” said Ryan Twentey, BCPS visual arts coordinator. “The exhibit highlights the skill and creativity of art educators who are also practicing artists. The artworks reflect the time these educators devote to enhancing their craft, developing high levels of expertise that are then shared with our students.”

The full display can be viewed online indefinitely. Selected artworks are on display at Greenwood Mansion (BCPS Administration Building A), 6901 Charles Street, Towson, MD 21204 through Wednesday, October 27.

“The art practices of our visual arts educators enrich the art instruction they provide in our schools,” said BCPS Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams. “I am continually impressed by their creativity and by the many ways that our arts instructors nurture problem-solving, innovation, communication, collaboration, and an appreciation for self and others.”

This year’s Teacher as Artist exhibit includes work by the following teachers:

  • Pamela Adkins, Carroll Manor Elementary School
  • Joel Baldwin, Perry Hall Middle School
  • Laura Bennett Barton, Jacksonville Elementary School
  • Gregory Butler, Hawthorne Elementary School
  • Ginger Edwards Cain, Kenwood High School
  • Marissa Chang, White Oak School
  • Todd Conway, Owings Mills High School
  • Rashid Cornish, Catonsville School for Alternative Studies
  • Craig Copas, Stemmers Run Middle School
  • Ashley Davis, Loch Raven Technical Academy
  • Michelle Dress, Ridgely Middle School
  • Pam Ehrenreich, Chesapeake High School STEM Academy
  • Erica Adair Feldenzer, Deer Park Middle Magnet School
  • Dan Files, Loch Raven Technical Academy
  • Anna Gavin, Kenwood High School
  • Dr. Erin R. Gouldin, Catonsville Center for Alternative Studies
  • Lara Grace, Ridgely Middle School
  • Antoinette Hagerich, The Chatsworth School
  • James Hesser, Parkville High School
  • Kate Heuston, Chesapeake High School STEM Academy
  • Martha Kent Jacobs, Randallstown High School
  • Blanche Kuriny, Towson High School / Eastern Technical High School
  • Tricia Lane-Forster, Ridge Ruxton School
  • Nicki Lenderking-Machulcz, Sandy Plains Elementary School
  • Elizabeth Miller, Bear Creek Elementary School
  • Michele Momenzadeh, Perry Hall Middle School
  • Ariana Mygatt, Parkville High School
  • Cara Nehus, Red House Run Elementary School
  • Kate Norris, Parkville High School
  • Jessica Powell, Patapsco High School
  • Max Savold, Sudbrook Magnet Middle School
  • Molly Schappel, Perry Hall Middle School
  • Harold Smith, Dogwood Elementary School
  • Daria Souvorova, Hereford High School
  • Adam Stevens, Dogwood Elementary School
  • Alyssa Stokes, Loch Raven High School
  • Corinna Stone, Perry Hall High School
  • Caitlin Tellie, Parkville High School
  • Raine Dawn Valentine, Ridgely Middle School
  • Matt Voelker, Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts
  • David Woodward, Parkville High School
  • Annie Yuill, Perry Hall Middle School

Photo: “Americana“ by Ariana Mygatt, Parkville High School

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