Home House Project
Education
Programs

Through outreach programming, the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture (CADVC) encourages public service in response to societal needs and issues in our surrounding community. We collaborate with regional schools, museums, and non-profit organizations, through the following initiatives:

  • Pop-Up Gallery - temporary exhibition sites organized in partnership with Baltimore City's Highlandtown Arts & Entertainment District (ha!)
  • Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights, An Oral History Performance and Digital Humanities Project of the CADVC Community Outreach Program
  • K-14 Outreach Programs and Projects in Baltimore City and five counties
  • Senior Adult Learner Outreach in Baltimore City and Baltimore County
  • Film Series
  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Symposia
  • Artists’ Residencies

The CADVC provides a wide range of opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to become involved in K-14 education outreach programs.

Art 498 / CADVC Internship is available every semester for students to take for course credit. This upper level course provides students with the opportunity to assist CADVC staff with the research and presentation aspects of a particular CADVC educational outreach program. Interns assist with the presentation of K-14 curriculum, as well as work with students in extensive, on-site workshops held in participating schools.

Click on these icons to see some of the photography, collage, and video projects by students from our K-14 program.

Program Goals
  • Collaborate and partner with schools, museums, and non-profit organizations to produce innovative and effective programs for children and adults in the city and suburbs of Baltimore.
  • Bring students and adults to UMBC exhibition tours at CADVC, and to tour the campus of UMBC.
  • Exhibit K-14 student artwork on the campus of UMBC and at partner institutions.
  • Involve parents in programming and invite them to see student artwork.
  • Show a wider audience creative ways to apply visual literacy.
  • Foster interdepartmental learning and a healthy community at UMBC and in Baltimore City, Baltimore County and throughout the state of Maryland.
  • Provide opportunities for collaboration and innovative research.

Top Photo: The HOME House Project