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Artwork by students in BCPS’ East Zone on display online, with selected pieces at school system headquarters

TOWSON, MD—An exhibition of artwork by students in Baltimore County Public Schools’ East Zone is on display online and in the Superintendent’s Gallery at the school system’s Greenwood headquarters in Towson.

The virtual exhibition consists of more than 120 student artworks from 38 East Zone schools, from students in Kindergarten through Grade 12. Twenty-one selected artworks from 16 schools are on display until January 2022 in the Superintendent’s Gallery.

“This is the first student art exhibition in the Superintendent’s Gallery this school year,” said Ryan Twentey, BCPS visual arts coordinator. “It will be followed by Central and West Zone exhibitions in January and March, respectively. The artworks in this exhibition were completed by students since the start of the 2021-22 school year, and they reflect our students’ creativity, opportunities for personal expression, and eagerness to make artwork with their peers. The power of art continues to carry us through challenging times, and we are so proud of our students for engaging with the creative process to create their masterpieces.”

The Superintendent’s Gallery, opened in April 2021, builds on the long history of student artwork exhibitions at the Greenwood Administration Building, which is located at 6901 N. Charles Street in Towson.

Photo: “Interests in Humanity” by Julia Del Rosario, Perry Hall Middle School

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