Art exhibition of work by Maryland students opens today in D.C.
An exhibit of work by three dozen Maryland public high school students from 10 school districts opens this hour at the U.S. Department of Education.
The juried exhibition will hang in the headquarters building on Maryland Avenue as part of the department's student art exhibit program. Maryland is only the second state to have a show that displays work from around one state.
A ribbon cutting was held at 11 a.m. The following students have work that is being shown:
From Anne Arundel County: DeAndre Knight and Ashley Lim from North County High School; Louis Fratino from South County High School; and Kristin Schmit and Katie Emmitt from Southern High School.
From Baltimore City: Javonia Hartman, Nasheam Rodgers, Mark McGlothin, Gregory Jenkins, Ericka Kimbrough-Byrd, Brieawna Mason and Stacey Simmons from Heritage High School.
From Baltimore County: Katrina Navarro and Lauren Hartman from the Carver Center for Arts and Technology; Rodnique Steele and Bernadette Szrom from Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts; and Annie Bishai, Molly Broom and Emma Popp from Towson High School.
From Howard County: Briana Hanlon and Jane Yoon from Marriotts Ridge High School; Katherine Chorosinkski and Peter Favinger from River Hill High School; and Josh Tulkoff from Wilde Lake High School.