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.
The work of BSA alumnus William Rhodes was recently selected to become part of the permanent collection of the Smithsonian's new National Museum of African American History and Culture. You can read The Baltimore Sun 's profile of Mr. Rhodes here . read more
Grateful for everything he learned at Baltimore School for the Arts, alumnus Brian Mainolfi pays tribute to retired Visual Arts Head Stephen Kent in an episode of "American Dad!" Read the story in The Baltimore Sun. read more
If you look above the door to the BSA Theatre Department office, you see two names on a plaque: Rolf Schmitt and Ann Mladinov. It wasn’t their intention to have their name on a plaque, or to be major donors to the school. A series of coincidences and a lot of time, energy, and... read more