Jach’e: Artist Intern

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 by

You’ll rarely see Jach’e without a smile on her face because she believes at having fun. Hence why she loves Art @ Work, which she sometimes calls fun at work. Jach’e Haynie is one of Art at Work’s artist interns this year. Last year, she was one of the youth workers. She said that because

There are many murals scattered around Baltimore, but once you’ve seen one of Megan Lewis’s works, you’ll be able to recognize her art. Lewis is a native to Baltimore, a professional illustrator and freelance artist with a unique style. She creates art that portrays social, historical and cultural issues through her own lens.   Lewis

Once again Jubilee Arts partnered with the No Boundaries Coalition to co-host the 8th annual Boundary Block Party! It was an incredible day of celebrating the strengths of our community, our talented young people and our community leaders. Over 600 residents came to the event as well as several public officials and special guests. Jubilee Art’s

Dancing For A Cause

Wednesday, 25 March 2015 by

Jubilee Arts celebrates urban social dance in our fourth annual dance fundraiser – Dancing for a Cause 2015! It was an unforgettable three day event showcasing the beautiful dances birthed in the streets of Harlem and adapted throughout our nation. These dances are taught at Jubilee Arts as a way to preserve and revive the legacy

Gilmor School Mural 2014

Friday, 22 August 2014 by

Resident artist Emily Chow Bluck worked with Gilmor Elementary students to create a mural about leadership. Students of Ms. Hoffman’s art class were asked to create six inch by six inch square paintings of their future aspirations, the images were then tiled to create the background of the mural. Emily worked with a small group

Summer Celebration

Wednesday, 20 August 2014 by

On Friday August 8th, 2014 more than 100 people, among them jubilee artists, their families and friends, gathered on Jubilee’s first floor to celebrate and honor the accomplishments and talents of our summer program. Every art class exhibited their work and all of the dance classes performed. It was an amazing evening of celebration, art,

August’s Artist of the Month

Wednesday, 20 August 2014 by

Jordan   Age: 9 years old. Participated in Jubilee Since: Summer 2014. Classes: Painting and clay class. Two Words the describe you: Smart and creative. Future Aspirations: To become a famous artist. Fun Fact: I sing in the shower! Favorite Ice Cream: Chocolate. What do you want people to know about you? I want people

Zandria   Age: 11 years old. Participated in Jubilee Since: Fall 2013. Classes: Funky Fashion, Street Art, Painting (to name a few). Two Words the describe you: Clever and creative. Future Aspirations: Surgeon. Fun Fact: I know how to sing. Favorite Ice Cream: Vanilla. What do you want people to know about you? I like

Gary   Age: 11 years old. Participated in Jubilee Since: January 2014. Classes: Clay class, Funky fashion, Art in Action. Two Words the describe you: Funny and generous. Future Aspirations: Registered Nurse. Fun Fact: I like Wendy Williams (How you doin?) Favorite Ice Cream: Vanilla What do you want people to know about you? I

Jubilee Arts Comic Book

Thursday, 05 June 2014 by

The Jubilee Arts comic class published it’s own original comic book this spring! Stories featuring “The Ever After Highschool,” “Peanut Butter Man,” and “Help Is Needed.” You can view the full illustrated stories on the Tumblr the youth put together: http://jubileeartsbaltimore.tumblr.com/. A highlight of our year was the youth selling their comic book at our end