Join The Baltimore School For The Arts as they celebrate their 40th Anniversary with a truly exceptional ‘EXPRESSIONS’ Their biggest fundraiser of the year offers something for everyone:
March 5, 2020 – March 5, 2020 at 6:30 pm, Thursday, Evening Stage One: Mix and mingle over cocktails and lite fare, enjoy the debut performance of their talented students, then unwind at their lively after-party. (previously known as Tuesday Night Expressions) $140
March 7, 2020 at 6:30 pm, Saturday, Evening Gala: Following an exhilarating student Gala performance, celebrate the BSA’s monumental 40th birthday with a festive soiree like no other – dinner and cocktails, as well as their signature art, dance, theatre, and music classes throughout the school’s iconic building. $400
March 8, 2020 at 2 pm & 5:30 pm, Sunday, Family Performances: Join them for the one-hour show. Perfect for the whole family! $20
YOU CAN PURCHASE TIX HERE https://www.mt.cm/bsa
For decades, Expressions has been one of the highlights of the Baltimore gala season. Both a critical fundraiser for the school and an opportunity for the community to gather, Expressions is centered around an inspiring student performance.
40 and Flourishing
They will celebrate everything the Baltimore School for the Arts has accomplished in its first 40 years, and imagine how the school will continue to invest in Baltimore’s youth for 40 years to come. They will also have an exciting change: Stage One Expressions will move from Tuesday night to Thursday and will open their gala weekend!
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 5TH (find out more information here bsfa.org)
SPECIAL THANKS TO THEIR AMAZING CHAIR, DANA DICARLO, AND THE INCREDIBLE COMMITTEE THAT HAS BEEN WORKING SO HARD TO MAKE THIS EVENT A SUCCESS!
Donations and sponsorships fund everything from the school’s performances and exhibitions to computers, textbooks and tutoring for the school’s at-risk students; from scholarships for summer study and college to the very basics: paint brushes, pointe shoes, and play scripts that our city kids could not otherwise afford. If you’re interested in making a donation, please visit their website at www.bsfa.org/give
RAFFLE TICKETS! Enter for your chance to win one of two exciting BSA alumni packages:
–TWO tickets to BSA alum Christian Siriano’s Fashion Week Show (September 10-13, 2020)
–TWO tickets to Moulin Rouge featuring BSA alumni Bahiyah Hibah and Kevin Curtis, amtrak tickets (round trip) and a one night hotel stay
Purchase raffle tickets at: https://www.mt.cm/raffle-tickets
BSA is one of the top five public performing arts high schools in the country, and they combine a rigorous college prep program with pre-professional training in the arts. They offer programs in dance, film, music, stage design and production, theatre, and the visual arts.
BSA students spend four hours a day in art classes, taught by working professionals, and four hours a day in academics. Sure, they’re becoming excellent artists. But they’re also building skills such as collaboration, time management, discipline, and grit. The result? Their high school graduation rate is close to 100 percent, and six-year college graduation rate is 81 percent, well above the national average.
BSA alumni can be seen on Broadway and television, in films, in major galleries, and in dance companies. Others can be found analyzing stocks on Wall Street, working in in well-respected hospitals, and running their own start-ups.