VISUAL ARTS
WHY STUDY ART? ...
Rosemary Nso-Diffang, Grade 3
Hebbville Elementary
Alex Gallagher
Catonsville Middle
Shannon Phoukieo
Kenwood High

The Baltimore County Visual Arts Program is aligned with the Maryland State Standards for Visual Arts and guided by Blueprint 2.0. Its mission is to educate all students in creative thinking, creative production, and the artistic process, while developing their understanding and appreciation of the artistic achievements of people from different times, places, and cultures. Students, while immersed in the artistic process, develop skills in creative problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication. These 21st Century Skills prepare students to be globally competitive citizens. Technology is infused in lessons, which are rigorous, relevant, and responsive to the individual needs of all students. The visual arts program is focused on all children and the whole child.

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VISUAL ARTS NEWS & EVENTS      VIEW CALENDAR
5/23/2017
Install work: Goucher High School Juried Exhibit
Goucher College
5/25/2017
Reception: High School Juried Exhibit
Goucher College 5:00 - 7:00
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