Project Identity @ The Carver Center for Arts and Technology, Towson, MD

Priming the creative spirit…
Project Identity was hosted by a dynamic program during its last stop on the East Coast this week. The Carver Center for Arts and Technology provides a supportive Community for students with talent and interest in arts and technology. The school prepares students for college and career choices by immersing them in rigorous programs which are implemented through the interrelationship of arts, technology, academics, and field experiences.
Students at Carver audition for select ‘Primes’ that include Business, Carpentry, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Dance, Literary Arts, Acting, Design & Production, Visual Arts (General Fine Arts, Digital Filmmaking, Multimedia) and Vocal Performance. This place is a visual powerhouse, and was recently awarded by the College Board as having the best studio arts program in the world among similar-sized high schools. A special thanks to Digital Filmmaking faculty Ms. Nino Leselidze, for quickly organizing and hosting PI on its whirlwind tour through the area.

Amazed in Maryland,

James Barany
Associate Professor of Founations