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12-24-12: Youth describe "My Station North"
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This segment originally aired in June 2012.
The Station North Arts and Entertainment District is full of musicians, thespians and artists (as well as enthusiasts) attracted to the neighborhoods’ eclectic character and creative spaces. But, what do children think of the neighborhood? What are they attracted to, amused by and curious about when they roam Station North?
Last June, Tom sat down with Tim Nohe, a visual arts professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County to talk about a student-centered project called My Station North.
Earlier in the year, Nohe and his colleague Charlotte Keniston lead five elementary school children from the Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School, in creating a portrait of the Station North neighborhood. Through photography and interviews, the students explored the area that surrounds their school.
Tom and Nohe discussed the project and its impact on the students and the neighborhood.
The students’ work was displayed at the Gallery CA in June. You can view and listen to the students’ work here.