Baltimore School for the Arts
A quarter of the students at the Baltimore School for the Arts are involved in a fascinating live performance–the likes of which have never been seen before on their stage.
Are you looking for a way to bring out that budding artist within? Baltimore has several places where you can learn the fine art of sketching.
A holiday tradition that’s enchanted audiences for decades comes to the Lyric Performing Arts Center this weekend. Tchaikovsky’s classic “The Nutcracker” hits the stage.
Fallout from the Molly Shattuck sex scandal. Her powerful ex-husband is speaking out.
The Baltimore School for the Arts presents its Russian history project. Also, the Maryland Zoo is here.
Perhaps when you were growing up you came home from school, grabbed a snack and then went out to play with the other neighborhood kids. Homework came later. These days, after school time for younger kids is often reserved for enrichment in sports or the arts. It’s a great way to keep them active, and it provides an opportunity to explore areas of learning that schools cannot accommodate. Eventually, school sports teams, clubs and schoolwork will use up the after-school hours, but in the meantime, these area businesses know how to keep Baltimore’s kids going.
Among the contemporary dance forms, ballet is by far the most demanding. With this in mind, the following are the best places to experience ballet throughout the Baltimore area.
On Tuesday local students got a chance to test out their CSI skills at the Baltimore School for the Arts.
A free after-school program for Baltimore City students has a “classic” twist.
The Baltimore School for the Arts is receiving a $1 million donation that will help sustain a decades-old youth program.
The Baltimore School for the Arts has appointed a longtime music instructor as its new director.