Youth Education at the Creative Alliance

Youth Education at the Creative Alliance

The Creative Alliance after-school and summer programs give kids a safe haven and enriching experiences that help shape their intellect. With rising demand for the Creative Alliance’s innovative arts education programs, our offerings have expanded to year-round visual and performing art opportunities in schools, library branches, and community centers. We reach over 2,000 youth per year through our education programs in Baltimore City and beyond. 

Open Minds Art Club 2014

Baltimore - a City of Firsts: Through reading and art making Open Minds Art Club participants explore many firsts that took place in our great City of Baltimore! We’re the first to have free public library system with branches, entitled, Enoch Pratt Free Library. Our city was the first to produce licorice out of candy factories. The very first photograph from outer space was produced at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory. Eubie Blake, a Baltimore native, was the first African American to direct a Broadway play. Open Minds students translate these histories through paintings, digital storytelling, collages, sculptures, and more!

Jan 27 - Apr 2, 2014 | 7-10 yr olds | Creative Alliance | FREE

Parents must complete and return an Open Minds Art Club permission slip to register. First come, first served! 

Contact Rachel Miller, Education Coordinator, for more info: 410.276.1651 ext 201 rachel@creativealliance.org

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