The Baltimore Sun recently highlighted several programs of Baltimore School for the Arts in its story about innovative arts programming in Greater Baltimore:
“In June, with a $44,000 grant from the Saul Zaentz Charitable Foundation, the Baltimore School for the Arts kickstarted a six-week film summer camp pilot, taking 15 students through a hands-on journey of making narrative and documentary shorts. The camp was a way to test whether a full film program could work at the school, according to school director Chris Ford. (The school has not yet announced a decision.)
Two weeks were spent on pre-production alone — brainstorming script ideas, writing screenplays, securing actors — and then shooting and editing, all the while meeting filmmaking professionals, Ford said.”
You can read the full story here.