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Student and teacher art exhibit captured views of Hampton Mansion
9/21/12

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Emelia Gold, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology

The historic Hampton Mansion in Towson became an art gallery for works by Baltimore County Public Schools students and teachers on September 15–16, 2012.

In partnership with the BCPS Office of Visual Arts, the Hampton Arts Initiative challenged area students and teachers to create works of art about or inspired by the mansion. Many of the student artworks were created by students who participated in the school system's Summer Art Enrichment Camp, which featured a visit to the 18th century mansion.

Pieces of artwork by the following BCPS students and teachers were selected for inclusion in the juried exhibit:


 

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Aubrey Baird, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology

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Julianna Weglein, Loch Raven High School

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Lucy Yoder-Wells, Stoneleigh Elementary School

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Tess Moscato, Western School of Technology

Students
Aubrey Baird, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology
Emelia Gold, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology
Amaya Jackson, Garrett Heights Elementary School
Tess Moscato, Western School of Technology
Marian Simms, George Washington Carver for Arts and Technology
Julianna Weglein, Loch Raven High School
Lucy Yoder-Wells, Stoneleigh Elementary School

Teachers
Susan Adler Davis, Hernwood Elementary School
Joanne Bare, Hereford High School
Mike Bare, Hereford High School (retired)
Brandy Caywood, Lansdowne Middle School
Erika Clark. Western School of Technology
Julie Dietrich-Eisler, Deep Creek Elementary School
Michelle Dress, Ridgely Middle School
Stewart Emmerich, Vincent Farm Elementary School
Vernon Fains, Pine Grove Middle School
Eileen Fitzgerald, Glenmar Elementary School
Kate Heuston, Mars Estates Elementary School
Farrell Maddox, Visual Arts Office
Christella Potts, General John Stricker Middle School
Lauren Renner, Franklin Middle School
Theresa Spadaro, Sparrows Point High School
Alyssa Stokes, Loch Raven High School
Annie Yuill, Perry Hall Middle School

This juried exhibit took place at The Orangery at Hampton National Historic Site with a reception for the students, teachers, and families on September. At the reception, the following BCPS teachers and students received awards in three categories: Young Artist, Teen Artist, and Teacher Artist.

Young Artist
1st Place: Lucy Yoder-Wells, Stoneleigh Elementary School

Teen Artist
1st Place: Aubrey Baird, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology
2nd place: Julianna Weglein, Loch Raven High School
3rd place: Marian Simms, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology

Honorable Mention:  

Emelia Gold, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology
Tess Moscato, Western School of Technology

Teacher Artist
1st place: Stewart Emmerich, Vincent Farm Elementary School
2nd place: Mike Bare, Hereford High School (retired)
3rd place: Susan Adler Davis, Hernwood Elementary School

Honorable Mention:                      

Joanne Bare, Hereford High School
Theresa Spadaro, Sparrows Point High School
Annie Yuill, Perry Hall Middle School

The Hampton Arts Initiative is a project of Historic Hampton, Inc., in partnership with the National Park Foundation and also supported by ARAMARK, the Yawkey Foundation, the Fernandez Pave the Way Foundation, and the History Channel.

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