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5th Annual Who Are You? Youth Media Festival, April 20 & 26

Youth Media Blooms This Spring! If you look carefully, you will see young people on the mic, behind the camera, and on the screen all over town! Wide Angle Youth Media proudly presents the 5th Annual Who Are You? Youth Media Festival! Support the Festival and celebrate our rich local culture!

  1. Bibliography: Baltimore's Confederate Monuments

  2. President Samuel Hoi Offers a Follow-up Plan for Vacant Confederate Monument Sites

    President Samuel Hoi Offers a Follow-up Plan for Vacant Confederate Monument Sites

    In mid-August, Mayor Catherine Pugh removed four Confederate statues in Baltimore in a decisive way that cast a positive light on our city nationally. Our city now has the opportunity to build upon this leadership momentum and be at the national forefront again with a thoughtful follow-up plan.

  3. President Samuel Hoi Receives Ford Foundation Art of Change Fellowship

    President Samuel Hoi Receives Ford Foundation Art of Change Fellowship

    President Samuel Hoi was just named a 2017-2018 Art of Change Fellow by the Ford Foundation. The fellowship program recognizes "visionary artists and cultural leaders in creating powerful works of art that help advance freedom, justice and inclusion, and strengthen our democracy," according to a statement released by the Foundation.

  4. MICA Launches New Citywide Initiative to Support Baltimore's Creatives and Entrepreneurs

    MICA Launches New Citywide Initiative to Support Baltimore's Creatives and Entrepreneurs

    The Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network (B/CAN) initiative, headed by longtime Baltimore arts producer Maggie Villegas, aims to strengthen the city by fostering a vibrant, inclusive creative community.

  5. MICA Welcomes Cuban Teens to Pre-College Program in Unprecedented Exchange

    MICA Welcomes Cuban Teens to Pre-College Program in Unprecedented Exchange

    The exchange represents the first national education initiative between an American non-profit, Latino Art Beat through a partnership with MICA, and the Cuban government.