The public exhibition of student art is an expectation of the visual arts program. It serves as a way to recognize student achievement and assess the program. The Office of Visual Arts conducts a number of exhibits on a regional and countywide basis and encourages individual schools to seek as many opportunities as possible to showcase student work.
Baltimore County has established a number of partnerships with the community for exhibit venues and countywide exhibits are scheduled throughout the year in different locations. Some of the annual exhibits Include, the Walters Art Museum, the Baltimore Museum of Art, Security Square Mall,Azrael Franz, Scwab + Lipowitz and Goucher College. Regional and individual school exhibits can be seen at the Greenwood campus.
The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) and the Maryland Art Education Association (MAEA) also sponsor exhibits. Artwork selected by the Visual Arts Offices of each county are submitted to these exhibits on an annual basis. Exhibits can be viewed at the Baltimore City office of the Maryland State Department of Education Board Room and on the Eighth Floor. MSDE also sponsors an exhibit at the Louis L. Goldstein Treasury Building in Annapolis. The annual exhibit sponsored by the Maryland Art Education Association is generally located at the same location as the annual conference.