1st Place Winner: “Pop-Pop Eugene” by Laura Heilig, Grade 12, Winters Mill High School, Carroll County.
On View January 16 – Mar 15, 2016
This exhibition displays work from an annual open call to high school students across Maryland. This year's theme asked students to produce work that examines self-identity, racial identity, diversity, or family images through portraiture. In conjunction with the exhibition Ruth Starr Rose: Revelations of African American Life in Maryland and the World. Admission to the galleries is just $5 over MLK weekend (Saturday, January 16 - Monday, January 18, 2016). Click here to view other MLK Weekend activities.
The exhibition is presented annually in partnership with the Maryland State Department of Education and the Maryland State Education Association.