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rotating statewide student artwork exhibitions

Student artwork is collected from all 24 local school systems annually to rotate around the state in the following exciting exhibition spaces: Maryland First Lady’s Gallery, Maryland’s Treasury Exhibit, Baltimore Street Gallery, Maryland State Arts Council, and in the MSDE HQ’s Board Room

 
 
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first lady’s gallery

“Your artwork is an expression of your genuine self. Each brush stroke or click of a camera is an act of portraying your thoughts as you see fit. In other words, you alone have the control to create your special identity through your artwork.”

-First Lady Yumi Hogan

The Maryland State Department of Education works with its partners and with First Lady Yumi Hogan to host a bi-annual statewide student artwork competition and exhibition. 48 pieces from all 24 local school systems and all grade levels hang in the House of Delegates in Annapolis, MD. If you are interested in this competition, please contact the fine arts supervisor of your local school system.

 
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maryland treasury building exhibit

The Maryland State Department of Education works with its partners to install a bi-annual statewide student artwork exhibition at the Maryland State Treasury Building. 72 pieces from all 24 local school systems and all grade levels hang in the House of Delegates in Annapolis, MD. If you are interested in this exhibition, please contact your county’s fine arts supervisor.

 
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maryland state department of education’s exhibitions

Our Baltimore Street Gallery and State Board Room have 48+ pieces of statewide student artwork and performance photos from all 24 local school systems and all grade levels. This work is rotated multiple times a year, and consists of the artwork that hangs in the First Lady’s Gallery, Treasury Building, and The Maryland State Arts Council. If you are interested in this exhibition, please contact your county’s fine arts supervisor.

 
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maryland state arts council’s “Art on the fly”

The Maryland State Department of Education and The Maryland State Arts Council work together to exhibit rotating student work at the arts council! If you are interested in this exhibition, please contact your county’s fine arts supervisor.