Park School Holiday Artisan Market – An Artisan Craft Show

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Baltimore, MD – The 10th annual Holiday Artisan Market will be held on Wednesday, December 4, 2014 at The Park School of Baltimore, 2425 Old Court Road, 21208. The show will run from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. and feature talented artists and craftspeople from the Baltimore area.

Taking place inside the school in the Davison Lobby of the Wyman Arts Center, the show is open to the public and free of charge.

A sampling of a few of the great artists that will be represented at the Artisan Market
A sampling of a few of the great artists that will be represented at the Artisan Market


Please join our independent artists and crafters to celebrate the holiday season with local, handmade, high quality, goods. With everything from prints and sculptures to jewelry and skin care, this Holiday Art Show is a one spot stop for gifts of all kinds! There will also be a free kids craft activity and delicious creations from Sofi’s Crepes.10500413_253207964873807_30914789156805090_n

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Founded in 1912, Park School is a non-sectarian, independent, coeducational day school with 821 students in pre-kindergarten through grade twelve. The school’s core values, rooted in the progressive educational philosophy of John Dewey, sustain an unshakable belief in children’s capacity to enjoy learning, to act rationally, and to grow when inspired by highly qualified, caring teachers. A fundamental commitment to inclusiveness and equity guides all programs and activities.

At Park, the arts are an essential part of the daily life of the school. They frame our experience of the world, serve as vehicles for personal expression, and enhance our exploration of history, culture, and heritage. Our students experience the arts as painters, actors, dancers, and musicians, as audience members, critics, and teachers. Art is everywhere in the school.

Chris Frederick

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