Local students' artwork at Museum of Art
Students from area elementary and middle schools are among those from Baltimore County public schools whose artwork is on display as part of the annual Art Is for Everyone exhibition at The Baltimore Museum of Art.
The exhibition of paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, prints and mixed media is free and will run through May 13.
The artwork comes in all forms, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, digital art, printmaking and mixed media.
Local students whose artistic talent is on display are:
Arbutus Middle School: Katie Amoss, Abel Beyene
Catonsville Center for Alternative Studies: Zachary Channell, Charles Holland
Catonsville Elementary: Peter Juengst, Kaylee Hilliard
Catonsville High School: Amna Rana, Claudia Flister, Catherine Butt, Kelsey Granger, Juliann Peters, Elizabeth Grap,
Catonsville Middle School: Alison Tippett, Vinnie Sacchetti
Hillcrest Elementary: Ella Ames, Ashley Yang
Johnnycake Elementary: Jaylynn Coleman, Beautiful Lawson, Grace Kofie, Caleb Crandall, Jasmine Rivera
Westchester Elementary: Rachel Grossman, Hazel Helm
Western School of Technology and Environmental Science: Shafiqah Deaouvlt, Shalwin Shajan
Westowne Elementary: Andrea Aquino, Charlotte Snoke
Woodbridge Elementary: David Ramos, Empress Tremble
The Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive, is open Wednesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Students at Mt. St. Joe recognized in history competition
Three students taught by Catonsville resident Joshua Vicchio at Mount St. Joseph High School were awarded a special prize in Maryland History sponsored by the Maryland Historical Society in the state competition for National History Day.
Connor Eagleson, Zach Smith and Samuel Wright were recognized for their presentation on "The Oyster Wars" in the Group Exhibit Category.
The students chose the topic as it related to the National History Day theme of "Revolution, Reaction, Reform in History."Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun