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Student art returns to BCPS headquarters with launch of The Superintendent’s Gallery

TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Public Schools Office of Visual Arts has just launched The Superintendent’s Gallery in the administration building of the school system’s Greenwood campus. The inaugural exhibition in the gallery features 24 juried student artworks from 18 schools across the county. The works, along with written and video artist statements, can also be found in a virtual gallery …


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Perry Hall, Parkville educators to receive district arts awards at statewide reception

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Six Baltimore County Public Schools teachers and one principal have been recognized with district awards from the BCPS Office of Visual Arts through the Maryland Art Education Association (MAEA). In addition, two BCPS visual arts teachers have been nominated for state recognition. Since they cannot be honored in person at this time, the Office of Visual Arts surprised the …


BCPS launches online ‘Teacher as Artist’ exhibit

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 …

Local students named winners in 2020 BCPS Film Expo

TOWSON, MD—Using live action and animation, Annabelle Jones, a student at George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology, created the lyrical film that earned best in show honors in the 2020 BCPS Film Expo. In its fifth year, the BCPS Film Expo is Baltimore County’s largest student film competition. This year’s event is being held as an online festival …

Perry Hall, Parkville high school students honored at 32nd annual High School Art Exhibit

TOWSON, MD. – Baltimore County Public Schools students earned honors at the awards reception for the 32nd Annual High School Art Exhibit, held at the Rosenberg Gallery at Goucher College. The students recognized at the May 31 exhibit reception and their respective high schools and awards are: Laubheimer Awards (named after the late James Laubheimer, former BCPS coordinator of art) …