“When we would have our interviews and when people from the school board were coming to visit us…it was just really interesting to get their take on things and see how it aligned or if it did align with us.”
“The thing about being a student is the overwhelmingness that comes with work and just living and being young. Sometimes acting for your own education isn’t the first thought in your mind. I’m sure there are so many students who would love to but they don’t know how to start. We need to advocate more and we need people to advocate more for us.”
“What stood out for me, was how all of us could research and then come back and do the presentation… It felt like we all contributed to it and put in the work. And it was really good. I felt like we really got somewhere with the audience…. Yeah.”
BYAAC P.S.A.A: Kourtney McCleary Introduction!
BYAAC P.S.A.A: Troy Stull Introduction!
BYAAC P.S.A.A: Thelma Williams Introduction!
BYAAC P.S.A.A: Ky’Mera Pauling Introduction!
BYAAC presents a Session at the Maryland Arts Summit
BYAAC Goes to Glenstone Museum
For more information, you may email Baltimore Arts Education Initiative Manager, Sheena Morrison at firstname.lastname@example.org