Arts Every Day is proud to present its fourth annual 10×10 Exhibit, featuring over 200 ten-inch by ten-inch works of art created by Baltimore City Public School students and teachers in response to a culturally relevant body of work, movement, or theme. Each year the 10×10 Exhibit offers students and teachers a platform to use visual art as a tool for exploring complex ideas and perceptions.

This year, the 10×10 Exhibit is inspired by the theme of IDENITITY. This theme is intended to encourage discourse in the classroom about diversity, heritage, and place-based identity using a variety of artistic media. This year’s exhibit is curated by a team of Baltimore City high school students including, Mason Alston of Baltimore Design School, Charyce Burrell of Mergenthaler Vocational Technical High School, Kayla Laws of Renaissance Academy, and Malachi Wright of Baltimore Design School.

Want to meet the amazing artists, teachers, and curators featured in this exhibit? Join us for our opening reception on January 16, 2020 from 4-7pm! 

The 10×10 Exhibit will be on view at the Motor House from January 13 – February 29, 2020.

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