Arts Every Day is proud to present its 8th installment of our annual 10X10 Exhibit titled- Kaleidoscope: Ideas, Images & Symbols, Inspired by the works of Elizabeth Talford Scott.
This year, Arts Every Day is partnering with MICA to showcase this year’s student exhibition at The Peale alongside the work of Elizabeth Talford Scott as part of a grand community-centered celebration involving several institutions also showcasing Scott’s work: Cryor Art Gallery at Coppin State University, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland Center for History and Culture, MICA, James E. Lewis Museum of Art at Morgan State University, Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture, and the Walters Art Museum that will be on view February through May 2024.
Art Every Day’s 10X10 Exhibit connects young creatives and rising arts leaders with collaborative exhibition opportunities, working alongside local curators and arts education advocates. The 10X10 Exhibit sparks creative discourse in Baltimore City classrooms, encouraging students and teachers to share their own stories through a variety of artistic methods.
The theme Kaleidoscope opens the door for creative expression as it invites students to explore:
Other artists to explore that work in quilts, found objects, and fibers: