BSA in the News

Fashion Sense

Baltimore magazine discusses Fashion Week, Project Runway, and Baltimore with BSA alumnus Christian...

NYT: Where All the School’s a Stage

The Baltimore School for the Arts was highlighted in The New York Times' article about the outstanding educational and...

Registration Opens for Summer Studio Courses

Our summer studio classes are open to any Maryland resident going into grades 9-12 and to students of all levels of...

African Fest Offers Local Students Global Perspective

WBFF previews BSA's Africa Now festival: "The Baltimore School for the Arts is pushing a global perspective for its...

BSA Students Traveled to Ghana to Gain Global Perspective

Baltimore Magazine stopped by the school to learn about our students' recent trip to Ghana and our upcoming Africa Now...

Woodworker by Trade, Artist by Choice

The work of BSA alumnus William Rhodes was recently selected to become part of the permanent collection of the...

Alumnus Pays Tribute to S. Kent in ‘American Dad!’ Episode

Grateful for everything he learned at Baltimore School for the Arts, alumnus Brian Mainolfi pays tribute to retired...

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...

Learning by Doing

Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA) has long believed students learn best from working artists and hires them for its...

Alumni + Students Make Their Mark

It's always fun to hear from our alumni and to celebrate the accomplishments of our students. Read on for news about...

BSA pays tribute to Donald Hicken, Stephen Kent, Others

BSA honored two founding department heads and celebrated others retiring this year—Ruth Gladney, Debbie Rogers,...

Summer Programs Keep BSA Campus Busy

Summer at BSA will be as bustling as ever with hundreds of young artists attending a variety of programs across all...