MLK Dare to Dream Day

While many of the activities offered at the American Visionary Art Museum were aimed at children, the day’s events – celebrating the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. – brought out out the kid in many adults who attended.

“Children of all ages” could participate in a “Wear Your Dream” button-making workshop.
Birthday cake was also offered to all at the free event.
The day’s program also included several performances and a poetry slam.
Pictured (LtoR) Mary Ann Churchill, Ryan, Drewniak & Upshaw paralegal; Kevin Churchill, DC area financial management analyst; and Clare Cochran, Baltimore-based artist/event volunteer
Pictured (LtoR) Amanda Douglas, Farmhouse Greens cook; and Christine Hardy, VIPKID teacher
Pictured (LtoR) American Visionary Art Museum colleagues: Shirley Crawford, development coordinator; Dre Britton, education assistant; and Diana Van Wagner, registrar
Pictured (LtoR) Event volunteers: Elijah Hawkes, Merrill Edge investment officer; Eva Burghardt, Virginia high school student; and Lorraine Wright, Bank of America compliance tester; with John Shields, AVAM docent coordinator
Pictured (LtoR) Nyela Jackson-Davis, Sudbrook Magnet Middle School 8th grader; and Julia Davis, Verizon Wireless coordinator
Pictured (LtoR) Shakaria Buckson, federal program analyst/Miss Black Maryland USA 2019; and Reina Crumpton, Kennedy Krieger Therapeutic Foster Care social worker
Pictured (LtoR) Baltimore-based artists: Dominique Hellgeth and Kenya Miles
(January 21, 2019 – American Visionary Art Museum)

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.

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