ON VIEW AT AMALIE ROTHSCHILD GALLERY: FEB 15-FEB 29
RECEPTION: SAT FEB 15 | NOON
Baltimore City Public Schools in the East Baltimore community are invited to submit individual or group projects that represent their schools’ celebration of Black History Leaders!
The ninth annual Black History Month Student Competition is presented by Johns Hopkins East Baltimore Community Affairs and Creative Alliance. The exhibition, youth performances and reception give local youth a forum to showcase their artistic talents and honor black men and women who have made significant contributions to society and made historical accomplishments from Baltimore and around the world! Young people, families, community members and others will experience work at the Creative Alliance’s Amalie Rothschild Gallery on view from February 15 to February 29, 2020. 3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224
Galleries are always free and open to the public Tuesdays thru Saturdays from 11am to 7pm.
OPENING RECEPTION: SAT FEB 15 | NOON | FREE
KUUMBA SHOWCASE: SAT FEB 15 | 1-3PM | FREE
Exhibition! Youth performances! DJ! Food! Vote for your favorite work of art for People’s Choice Award.
1st place- $700
2nd place- $500
3rd place- $250
Honorable Mention- $100
People’s Choice Award- $250
Questions? See registration forms attached and deliver back by February 20th. Contact Thomas James, Visual Arts Curator via email email@example.com or phone at 410-276-1651.
Here is the basic, need-to-know information.
Accepted Media Includes:
Entries should be Delivered to:
Creative Alliance at the Patterson
ATTN: Thomas James, Visual Arts Curator
3134 Eastern Ave, Balt MD 21224
Digital files will be accepted on a flash drive. Please give Creative Alliance advanced notice of digital work entries.
Notification & Prizes:
By March 6, 2020 all award winners will have received notification via email of prizes winnings. After work has been displayed at the Creative Alliance, artwork will be returned to participating schools and groups along with winnings.