Baltimore School for the Arts seeks to prepare the next generation of the creative workforce by providing inspiring arts and academic training to high school students as well as opportunities in the arts to younger children and the greater community.
First, You Have to Do the Math
Can math help artists do better work? Dr. Paul J. Ferraro might say yes. Knowing many artists are deeply engaged in the issues of their time, Ferraro, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Business and Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University, spoke to BSA students today about... read more
The Art of Scent
The aroma of coffee from Dooby’s. The recycling bins waiting for pick up. The occasional tree on the city block. BSA senior visual arts students explored the scents around the school campus, and turned these smells into a drawing exercise, under the leadership of guest artist... read more