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MLK Virtual Program: HS Juried Art Show and Artist Talk with Will Watson

January 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join the Lewis Museum to recognize Maryland high school students who participated in the annual art show. This year’s artistic theme is inspired by the exhibition Make Good Trouble: Marching for Change currently on view at the Lewis Museum. This virtual program includes an artist talk with Will Watson, a spoken word presentation by Sahzez AKA “No One From Nowhere” of DewMore Baltimore and a conversation with the student artists. In partnership with the Maryland State Education Association

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Cost: Free

Sahzez AKA “No One From Nowhere” is a Youth Art & Activism Ambassador with Dewmore Baltimore. They are also a member of the new & improved YVC (Youth Voices For Consent) Initiative. No One has been writing and performing poetry for five years now. They won first place at MIST (The Muslim Interscholastic Tournament) in 2018, and have been part of the Baltimore City Youth Poetry Team for two years now. They have also competed in Brave New Voices, an international poetry slam, in 2019. No One’s wishes to help communities across the country understand the inherent dangers and irreparable damage which capitalism has caused, and will continue to cause, in our global society.

This MLK program is part of The Art of Activism: The Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

Presented by the Lewis Museum and Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts

Details

Date:
January 15
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm