1st Place Winner (Tie): “America” by Kayla Hall, Grade 12, Western School of Technology & Environment Science Baltimore County Schools.
1st Place: “1st Place Winner (Tie): “America” by Kayla Hall, Grade 12, Western School of Technology & Environment Science Baltimore County Schools.
On View February 1 – Mar 15, 2015
High school students across Maryland are invited each year to submit work to be considered for exhibition at the museum. This year, students were asked to respond to the prompt: “The Flag and the American People: What Does it Mean to Me?” The theme is inspired by the museum’s current exhibition, For Whom It Stands, which investigates the history and representation of the United States flag as an icon of our nation and its people. The top three winners receive cash prizes for their work; first place is $400, second place is $200 and third place is $100. The exhibition is produced and presented in partnership with the Maryland State Education Association and the Maryland State Department of Education.
To learn how your school can be involved in next year’s art show, please contact Terry Taylor, educational programs coordinator, at 443-263-1829 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.