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° The Peale Center and more art by strikeWare

° The Peale Center, 2020
Augmented Reality | Photograph

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The Peale Center building, known historically as “Male and Female Colored School Number 1” acted as a departure point for the critical examination of historical and contemporary segregation in Baltimore City public schools explored in the RENOVATIONS gallery. In addition to an immersive exhibition of the history of education in Baltimore, the show tracks the nine students who graduated from School Number 1 in 1889 - Baltimore’s first all-Black high school graduating class.

The link below directs the browser to research conducted by Dean Krimmel, Mary Ellen Hayward, and The Contemporary.

Tonika D. Berkley, Research Coordinator and Curator for the Peale Center played a vital role in guiding the development of the original RENOVATIONS exhibit.

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