7th Annual Johns Hopkins Black History Month Student Competition
Reception SAT, FEB 25. Noon!
In collaboration with Johns Hopkins, the Creative Alliance hosts a Black History Month Student Competition featuring artwork by Baltimore public school students. Students from kindergarten through twelfth grades create mixed-media works to depict the history of African Americans specific to Baltimore City. All entries are awarded cash prizes in support of their school’s arts programs, courtesy of the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore Community Affairs Office. Young people, families, teachers, and community members are invited to view exhibition together at Creative Alliance’s Amalie Rothschild Gallery from February 25 through March 11, 2017.
1st Place: $1,000- Highlandtown Elementary/Middle School #215
2nd Place: $500- It's a tie! William Paca Elementary/Middle School and William Pinderhughes Elementary School
3rd Place: $250- Hampstead Hill Academy Elementary/Middle
NEW! People’s Choice Trophy announced March 11!
CALL FOR ENTRIES!
Want to enter this competition? All completed applications and work must be received by February 23 and can be dropped off between 11am and 7pm to Creative Alliance at the Patterson: 3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore MD 21224.
Digital files will be accepted on a flashdrive. Please give Creative Alliance advanced notice of digital work entries. For more information, contact Maria Aldana, Education Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-276-1651 x209.
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