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Gallery opening for 'Passing the Torch' exhibit at Maryland Hall in Annapolis

Did you know? The AACPS Performing and Visual Arts Magnet Middle School Program (PVA) is a three year program for teens in grades 6 -8 whom are highly able and driven arts students interested in achieving their concentrated potential both academically and artistically through educational choice.

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The Artery Cooperative

What: You’re invited to attend the opening reception for the art exhibit “Passing the Torch: Artists Influencing Artists.” According to press specs, “Passing the Torch: Artists Influencing Artists,” entails students of the Bates Middle School PVA program and members of The Artery teaming up to curate and construct an exhibit that will contain both the original works of art from the collective's members, as well as the artistic responses from the Middle School students. The Artery Cooperative was established by a group of Annapolis artists looking to enhance the artistic atmosphere in Annapolis, Maryland through youth mentor-ships.

Did you know? Bates Middle School PVA program serves teens in the following Maryland locations Annapolis, Bates, Central, Crofton, Magothy River, Severn River, Southern and Severna Park.

Who: Open to general public for free, such a cool family event to encourage youth to support youth talent & creativity.

When: Thursday, January 9, 2013 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Where: MD Hall for the Creative Arts in Chaney Gallery ~ 801 Chase Street Maryland, United States 21401

FYI: Be sure to check out the attached video where Simon Cowell talks about mentoring and helping up and coming artists launch great careers.

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