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BCPS Winter Art Exhibition showcased at The AVENUE at White Marsh ice rink

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NOTTINGHAM, MD—Twelve pieces of student artwork are now on display at The AVENUE at White Marsh ice rink through a partnership between the shopping center (managed by Federal Realty) and the Baltimore County Public Schools’ Office of Visual Arts.

“This is our third winter exhibition with The AVENUE,” said Ryan Twentey, BCPS coordinator of visual arts. “This initiative provides yet another opportunity for our visual arts students to share their work with the community. The banners for the ice rink’s dasher boards were beautifully printed by students in the graphics and printing program at Kenwood High School, one of our many career and technical education programs.”

Lisa Geiger, senior marketing manager for Federal Realty, added, “This exhibit at THE AVENUE at White Marsh is a creative way to provide exposure for the young artists in our community. We welcome the opportunity to support BCPS in their efforts to showcase these talented students.”

The works on display were created by:

  • Lydia Barton, Winfield Elementary School (art teacher: Oksana Trent)
  • Lucy Folmer, Seventh District Elementary School (art teacher: Lori Goodman)
  • Amarachi Ikeijofor, Church Lane Elementary School (art teacher: Lauren Lissau)
  • Diana Vargas Juarez, Dundalk Elementary School (art teacher: Bridget Adams)
  • Raina Lai, Perry Hall Middle School (art teacher: Michele Momenzadeh)
  • Memori Lane, Battle Grove Elementary School (art teacher: Karen Merkle)
  • Socorra Reggie, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology (art teacher: Sherry Insley)
  • Madison Schupple, Cockeysville Middle School (art teacher: Samuel Georgieff)
  • Lucy Tessier, Ridgely Middle School (art teacher: Michele Dress)
  • Corryn Word, Milford Mill Academy (art teacher: Megan Gerstenberg-Kline)
  • Chloe Wroten, Loch Raven High School (art teacher: Emily Hall)
  • Jung-Han Yen, Pinewood Elementary School (art teacher: Anna Malloy)

The displayed works were selected from the BCPS juried winter exhibition. The complete exhibition featuring more than 170 artworks can be viewed online.

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