March of the Women Artists Challenge
Here are the answers to the March of the Women Artists Challenge March 11 Hilma af Klint, Svanen (The Swan), No. 17, Group 9, Series SUW, October 1914 – March 1915. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hilma_af_Klint,_1915,_Svanen,_No._17.jpg Eva Hesse, Untitled (Rope Piece), 1970. https://www.nytimes.com/2006/05/12/arts/design/12hess.html Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party, 1974-1979. Photo: Donald Woodman. Work of art: Judy Chicago. [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.or
March in like a Lion for Art Education
March for our Schools Rally March 1 1, 2019 6:00pm - 8:00pm Annapolis, MD #MDisRED4ARTED Right now, Maryland public schools are underfunded by $2.9 billion annually — an average of $2 million in every school across the state. It’s time to raise our voices and end the underfunding of our schools. Our kids can’t wait. Students, educators, and schools deserve better. So on March 11th we’re marching to make sure that every student in every neighborhood has a great public school a
Call for Student Artwork - Spring 2019 BWI Youth Art Gallery
Submit work to this form. Direct questions to Erin Lehrmann.
Youth Art Month is Here!
Youth Art Month (YAM) is here! In addition to checking out our YAM flag contest winner at Boston’s NAEA Conference, there are a number of events across the state with art educators and arts organizations promoting the work of Maryland student artists. Here are some of the ones we have heard about so far: Anne Arundel County Public Schools Elementary school artists’ work is featured at Anne Arundel County Public Libraries. Calvert County Public Schools CalvArt Gallery’s 23rd
Outside Opportunity for your Art Students
The Best of Maryland Arts Education Festival is approaching! There are still a few spots remaining for visual artists. Do you have any student artists from your school to feature? Here is an overview of the event: Statewide student art exhibitions, college scouts, masterclasses and workshops for student solo artists and small ensembles from Maryland schools. Students present their artwork in music, theatre, dance, visual arts, poetry/creative writing and media arts throughou