Young Audiences Maryland's "Taste the Arts" benefit

From left, Erika Arteen, Wells Fargo e-business consultant; Analiese Queen, Anne Arundel Community College student; and Natalie Arteen, M&T Bank community affairs assistant vice president More than 400 people roamed the premises of the Baltimore Museum of Industry to "Taste the Arts." They browsed food stations from 20 different restaurants, food vendors and caterers, tried their hand at creating art, and enjoyed various performances throughout the evening. The annual gala benefited Young Audiences/Arts for Learning Maryland, which partners with professional artists to bring hands-on art experiences to schools throughout the state.
Sloane Brown, For The Baltimore Sun
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