ENVISION. CREATE. TRANSFORM: BALTIMORE YOUTH THROUGH THE ARTS
On Friday, March 10th we recognized and celebrated ten of Baltimore’s extraordinary visionaries leading the way in Baltimore arts and education. Read more about the Honorees here. The night featured a one-of-a-kind collaborative musical performance by the Baltimore Symphony OrchKids program and Baltimore Boom Bap Society, a local improvisational Hip-Hop collaborative.
On Saturday, March 11th, Baltimore’s arts, education, and community leaders joined us for a day-long Symposium to create and connect, while exchanging ideas, research, and best practices. To see the full program click here. Baltimore Boom Bap Society shared yet another incredible collaborative performance with student musicians from Commodore John Rodgers Elementary/Middle blurring the sounds of electronic, woodwinds, and brass.
Envision, Create, Transform: Baltimore Youth through the Arts brought over 300 artists, advocates, educators, supporters and leaders. We thank all of our sponsors, honorees, presenters, and attendees! Our work is possible thanks to your support and collaboration.
Miss one of the events? Stay tuned for video documentation of the musical performances, Ceremony, and Symposium presenters!
Hear about some of our featured panels, discussions, and innovative presentations.
Some of our featured workshops will teach you new techniques, get you moving, and collaborating.
As a part of Arts Every Day’s tenth year celebration, Envision. Create. Transform: Baltimore Youth Through the Arts, on Friday March 10th, 2017 we will honor educators, artists, philanthropists, cultural organizations and public servants who have made a significant impact in the field of arts education over the past ten years.
Over the course of two months, Baltimore Boom Bap Society’s Wendel Patrick and Erik Spangler (a.k.a. DJ Dubble8) will work with students to explore how different musical genres can blend into forward thinking sounds. After their collaboration, they will perform an original composition during our Anniversary Celebration.
In the third installment of our anniversary series, Arts Every Day (AED) partnered with Baltimore International Black Film Festival (BIBFF) to showcase youth talent in media arts across Baltimore City.
Arts Every Day’s 2016 Student Art Showcase was on display from April 26th through May 1st, 2016 in the Sculpture Court of The Walters Art Museum. The exhibition featured over 100 works of art created by Baltimore City Public School students in Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grades from across the city.
Through Our Eyes: A Photography Collaboration with Windsor Hills Elementary/Middle School Students and Photographer Devin Allen
Arts Every Day kicked off our year-long series of anniversary events by hosting a photography exhibit featuring the collaborative work of photographer Devin Allen and students at Windsor Hills Elementary/Middle School.