visual arts

Meet John Clark, Photographer & Writer (Enoch Pratt Free Library) – VIRTUAL

Registration not required, but encouraged. Click here to register through Eventbrite. John Clark Mayden will give a slide-illustrated presentation of his photography while in conversation with Kenyatta Berry, then answer audience questions. Native Baltimorean John Clark Mayden is no stranger to the world of photography, community, and law. Mr. Mayden born May 16, 1951, was […]


We’re excited to announce that STEM Arts Night 2021 is THIS Friday! Be sure to tune in to our Youtube Premier on Friday, March 19th at 6:45 PM for spectacular performances and artwork by your peers. Join us for singing, dancing, poetry, visual art, and more at our channel: MBHS STEM […]

⭐ Fandemonium: Diversity in Comic History (Baltimore County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Just as how we are diverse in looks and backgrounds, comics reflect that; a celebration of multiculturalism and acceptance of all races, creeds and genders in the sequential arts. Kurenai Kiba draws you in while they travel through time to discuss the visual, graphic narratives that capture the spectrum of […]

Teens: Preparing for a Portfolio Review (MCPS Parent Academy) – VIRTUAL

Do you know what you need to create a winning portfolio, audition or film submission as part of your college application? This workshop will show students how to gain valuable feedback on their work from admissions representatives and portfolio reviewers, as well as how to learn more about the schools […]

⭐ ACT-SO Career Fair for Middle/High School/College Students (NAACP Parents’ Council) – VIRTUAL

The Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO), a high school initiative of the NAACP will kick-off the 2020-2021 season with a FREE ACT-SO Virtual Career Fair. A stellar line-up of professionals in STEM, Visual Arts, Entrepreneurship, Performing Arts, Writing and more will expose career possibilities to our young people–especially middle […]