BSA in the News

Shall We Dance: Balanchine Sets Tchaikovsky In Motion

Serenade was transformed into a ballet by George Balanchine in 1934. Dancers from the Baltimore School for the Arts will...

Fewer MD students expected to participate in second walkout

Baltimore School for the Arts students proudly participated in the first national school walkout to raise awareness of...

Baltimore School Combines Art and Activism to Address Gun Violence

Students across the country are preparing for another walkout to protest gun violence, but the day of this particular...

Maryland designer behind Cardi B’s pregnancy reveal dress on SNL

Many had suspected that up-and-coming rapper Cardi B was expecting but, it was all confirmed to the world on Saturday...

BSA Instructor Co-Curates MICA Exhibition

Photography Instructor Joe Giordano co-curated the exhibition Reflections of Baltimore: We, Too, Are MICA currently on...

BSA Co-Presents Mountainfilm on Tour April 27-28

Back by popular demand, Mountainfilm on Tour will return to Baltimore on April 27- 28, 2018, at the Stavros...

BSA Alumni Launch Pilot Aimed at Black Millennials

Alumni of the Baltimore School for the Arts have one thing in common: they’re not afraid to make their own...

BSA Alumna Appears in NBC Drama ‘Rise’

"Baltimore School for the Arts alumna Rachel Hilson is preparing for an exciting year. She’s playing a high school...

BSA Alumna Kamille Upshaw Graces The Cover of ‘Dance Spirit’

Once, twice, three times on the cover of Dance Spirit magazine. Upon earning a BFA in dance from Julliard, BSA alumna...

Nadia Sirota Hosts Philharmonic Concert at Carnegie Hall

Baltimore School for the Arts alumna Nadia Sirota has built a multidimensional career in the field of music, working as...

Baltimore School for the Arts Names New Dance Department Head

After conducting a worldwide search, Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Laura...

Ramsey Naito Up for Oscar for ‘Boss Baby’

"Change is good, as long as you are inspired. At least, that’s what Ramsey Ann Naito ’92, an Academy...