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The Mitchell Gallery The Mitchell Gallery, located on the campus of St. John’s College, is a treasure in historic Annapolis. Due to de-densification the Gallery will be closed to the public for the 2020-21 academic year.
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Please check for our online content. The Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Gallery, located on the campus of St. Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums in 2012 and dedicated to bringing art of world renown to Annapolis since it opened in 1989, the Mitchell Gallery’s modern design by architect Chip Bohl won a Citation of Merit from the American Institute of Architects. It attracts over 10,000 visitors a year to its museum-quality exhibits which range in theme and diversity for a gallery of its size. Exhibitions have included works of celebrated artists such as Bruegel, Calder, Rembrandt, Rodin, Motherwell and Johns, exhibitions of unique historical and regional interest, such as photography by A. Aubrey Bodine and Marion Warren and The National Craft Show. The Mitchell Gallery serves the community of St. John's and the wider communities of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County as a resource for viewing, discussing, and learning about fine art.

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Congratulations to Tutor David Townsend, Chairman of the Mitchell Gallery Faculty Advisory Committee on winning the AGLS...
10/11/2020

Congratulations to Tutor David Townsend, Chairman of the Mitchell Gallery Faculty Advisory Committee on winning the AGLSP award!

Tonight, the Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Programs honors tutor David Townsend with the AGLSP annual faculty award—“one of the AGLSP’s most significant initiatives” and a recognition of inspirational teaching both within and outside of the classroom. Congratulations again, Mr. Townsend! Revisit our profile of Townsend here: https://www.sjc.edu/news/annapolis-tutor-david-townsend-wins-aglsp-faculty-award

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10/08/2020

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At the end of August, longtime The Mitchell Gallery Director Hydee Schaller retired after 30 years leading the gallery. Under her guidance, the annual number of gallery visitors grew from 5,000 to 13,000, and she led the gallery through an arduous accreditation process that enabled the Mitchell to partner with powerful museums across America—and made the Mitchell Gallery the only accredited college art museum in Maryland. We spoke with Hydee about how she ended up at St. John’s, her favorite exhibitions, and her gratitude for the entire gallery community; read more: https://www.sjc.edu/news/mitchell-gallery-director-retires-after-30-years-success

New books added! Our Little Free Library is located on St. John’s Street, Mellon Hall. This little library was created i...
10/06/2020

New books added! Our Little Free Library is located on St. John’s Street, Mellon Hall. This little library was created in conjunction with the exhibition, 📚Childhood Classics: donated by Annapolis Subaru. 📚❤️ Always a gift, never for sale. Take a book, share a book. "Showing the love."

Toussaint L’Ouverture series by Jacob LawrenceOctober 7–November 17, 2020Online exhibition.This collection of prints is ...
10/06/2020

Toussaint L’Ouverture series by Jacob Lawrence
October 7–November 17, 2020
Online exhibition.

This collection of prints is based on 41 tempera paintings from a series by the same name completed in 1938. Lawrence received his inspiration from C.L.R. James’ book, The Black Jacobins: Toussaint L’Ouverture and the San Domingo Revolution (1938), a widely acclaimed history of the Haitian Revolution regarded as a seminal text in the study of the African diaspora.

Toussaint L’Ouverture was the commander-in-chief of the Haitian army who led the slave rebellion into a revolutionary movement against Napoleon Bonaparte. In 1800 L’Ouverture helped draw up Haiti’s first democratic constitution, but he was arrested by Napoleon’s troops and sent to Paris, where he died in prison in 1803. L’Ouverture is known as the “Father of Haiti.”

The works are on loan courtesy of the collection of Alitash Kebede of Los Angeles, CA. The exhibition and museum tour are organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions of Los Angeles, CA.

“Jacob Lawrence—Three Series of Prints: Genesis | Toussaint L’Ouverture | Hiroshima” is made possible through the generosity of the Maryland State Arts Council and the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors.

Image credit: Jacob Lawrence, (1917–2000), General Toussaint L’Ouverture, 1986–1997, silkscreen. © Jacob Lawrence, courtesy of Landau Traveling Exhibitions.

Jacob Lawrence—Three Series of Prints:Genesis | Toussaint L’Ouverture | HiroshimaSeptember 2—December 18, 2020Since his ...
10/01/2020

Jacob Lawrence—Three Series of Prints:
Genesis | Toussaint L’Ouverture | Hiroshima
September 2—December 18, 2020

Since his first published print in 1963, Jacob Lawrence (1917—2000) produced a body of prints that is both highly dramatic and intensely personal. In his graphic work, as in his paintings, Lawrence has turned to the lessons of history and his own experience. From depictions of civil rights confrontations to scenes of daily life, these images present a vision of a common struggle toward unity and equality, and a universal struggle deeply seated in the depths of the human consciousness. This exhibition features 31 graphic works created between 1983 and 1997 and includes his “Genesis” series of eight prints, 10 prints from the “Toussaint L’Ouverture” series, and his “Hiroshima” series of eight prints, and a collection of five other of Lawrence's most significant prints.

The works are on loan courtesy of the collection of Alitash Kebede of Los Angeles, CA. The exhibition and museum tour are organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions of Los Angeles, CA.

“Jacob Lawrence—Three Series of Prints: Genesis | Toussaint L’Ouverture | Hiroshima” is made possible through the generosity of the Maryland State Arts Council and the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors.

Follow link to programs and events:
https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs

Congratulations to artist Annette Marie Uroskie! 🥇First Place at the 9th annual Annapolis Arts Alliance Juried Maritime ...
09/27/2020

Congratulations to artist Annette Marie Uroskie! 🥇First Place at the 9th annual Annapolis Arts Alliance Juried Maritime Exhibit in the watercolor category. See “Seas the Day” at Wimsey Cove Framing & Fine Art Printing. You may recognize Annette as one of our docents. This year’s theme “Seas The Day“ exhibit highlights each artist’s exploration of the conceptual and literal interpretations of this broad subject matter. The work celebrates maritime life all over the globe. Exhibition through October 24th.

09/27/2020
Alitash Kebede's African & African-American Gallery - MAKING IT! TV (Entrepreneur Success Stories)

The works in our Jacob Lawrence exhibition are on loan courtesy of the collection of Alitash Kebede of Los Angeles. Hear her talk about her interest in African-American art and artists. And how she believes galleries are like smaller museums that provide wider visibility. "Surround yourself with art you like." Alitash Kebede was recently named by Forbes magazine as one of the top five Black Women you should know in the art world!

https://youtu.be/OTRNr5cDLlc

Alitash Kebede (323-549-0003) owns Alitash Kebede Gallery which specializes in African and African-American art. Alitash's business was first profiled on Mak...

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09/23/2020

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On September 2, The Mitchell Gallery kicked off its 2020-21 season with “Jacob Lawrence: Three Series of Prints: Genesis | Toussaint L’Ouverture | Hiroshima,” an incredibly timely exhibition featuring a collection of Lawrence’s prints based on written works. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 and renovations to Mellon Hall, the exhibition will be completely online. Read about the gallery’s transition to “virtual” exhibitions, which began last March, as well as Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg’s thoughts on Lawrence’s enduring power:

https://www.sjc.edu/news/mitchell-gallery-online-year-jacob-lawrence-exhibition

Image: Jacob Lawrence, (1917-2000), General Toussaint L’Ouverture, 1986-1997, silkscreen. Copyright Jacob Lawrence, courtesy of Landau Traveling Exhibitions.

09/14/2020
The Mitchell: The Little Gallery That Can -- Even During a Pandemic

“Thanks to Spy Newspapers for interviewing The Mitchell Gallery Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg on the challenges of operating during a pandemic. Watch the entire segment at the link below!”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=py1NJFlYzMA

Article: https://chestertownspy.org/2020/09/14/the-mitchell-the-little-gallery-that-can-even-during-a-pandemic/

One of the saddest aspects of the COVID-19 crisis beyond the tremendous human toll it has taken has been the evaporation of cultural opportunities. With live...

St. John's College lectures will be held virtually through 2020–21. They are free and available to the public." Includin...
09/14/2020
Formal Lecture Series on the Annapolis Campus | St. John's College

St. John's College lectures will be held virtually through 2020–21. They are free and available to the public." Including and not limited to Friday, October 23, 8 p.m. ET, Mitchell Art Gallery Seminar, On Genesis and Jacob Lawrence

“While Annapolis’ formal lecture series is online this year, we’re excited to present a full lineup of lectures, performances, film seminars, and more. This Friday, Dr. Anika Prather (AGI09) delivers her lecture: “A Discussion on Black Lives Matter and the Role Classics Played in the Fight for Equality.” Click the link below for the complete schedule!”

Dates and speakers for the current Annapolis Campus Lecture Schedule. Lectures are held in the Francis Scott Key Auditorium at 8 p.m. They are free and open to the public.

We send all good wishes and gratitude to Mitchell Gallery Director Hydee Schaller who stepped down on August 31. Her wor...
09/12/2020

We send all good wishes and gratitude to Mitchell Gallery Director Hydee Schaller who stepped down on August 31. Her work of almost 30 years has lifted the horizons of the gallery. Thank you, Hydee, for your expertise and devotion to making the Mitchell Gallery the success that it is.

Follow link: https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/hydee-schaller

09/09/2020
Jacob Lawrence Genesis Series

Hear Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg on Jacob Lawrence's Genesis series. This video will be available through October 6, 2020.

Based on biblical texts and his own memory of the Sunday sermons of the Rev. Adam Clayton Powell, Sr. at the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, New York, Jacob Lawrence’s “Genesis” series provides a richly personal interpretation. The bright colors and the expressive, monumental preacher figure that stands central in each work reflect the artist’s affinity for action and resonance given in the sermon. Inspired by realism and details of iconography, these silkscreen prints also reveal Lawrence’s interest in references from art history and, together with a universally celebrated narrative, provides an important voice to American art and artists.

The works are on loan courtesy of the collection of Alitash Kebede of Los Angeles, CA. The exhibition and museum tour are organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions of Los Angeles, CA.

“Jacob Lawrence: Three Series of Prints: Genesis—Toussaint L’Ouverture—Hiroshima” is made possible through the generosity of the Maryland State Arts Council and the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors.

🎥💻📲Online Lecture YouTube https://youtu.be/o1h1eyNiAcULecture on the “Genesis” series by Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg. ...
09/09/2020

🎥💻📲Online Lecture YouTube https://youtu.be/o1h1eyNiAcU
Lecture on the “Genesis” series by Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg. Video available though October 6, 2020. Works influenced by the Book of Genesis from the Bible.

Since his first published print in 1963, Jacob Lawrence (1917—2000) produced a body of prints that is both highly dramatic and intensely personal. In his graphic work, as in his paintings, Lawrence has turned to the lessons of history and his own experience. From depictions of civil rights confrontations to scenes of daily life, these images present a vision of a common struggle toward unity and equality, and a universal struggle deeply seated in the depths of the human consciousness. This exhibition includes his “Genesis” series of eight prints.

The works are on loan courtesy of the collection of Alitash Kebede of Los Angeles, CA. The exhibition and museum tour are organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions of Los Angeles, CA.

“Jacob Lawrence: Three Series of Prints: Genesis—Toussaint L’Ouverture—Hiroshima” is made possible through the generosity of the Maryland State Arts Council and the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors.

On this day artist Jacob Lawrence was born. September 7, 1917. You may be interested to read artist Jacob Lawrence’s own...
09/07/2020

On this day artist Jacob Lawrence was born. September 7, 1917. You may be interested to read artist Jacob Lawrence’s own words... follow this link to his 1968 interview transcript.
https://www.aaa.si.edu/download_pdf_transcript/ajax?record_id=edanmdm-AAADCD_oh_214250

Oral history interview with Jacob Lawrence, 1968 October 26. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Jacob Lawrence (1917-2000) was a painter and educator in Seattle, Washington and New York, New York. This interview is part of the Smithsonian’s Archives' Oral History Program to document the history of the visual arts in the United States.

Image credit: Carl Van Vechten (1880-1964), Portrait of Jacob Lawrence,
silver gelatin photograph, July 31, 1941.
Library of Congress, Prints, Drawings, Photographs Division.

https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs

❤️ Donated books! Our Little Free Library is located on St. John’s Street, Mellon Hall, St. John's College. This LFL was...
09/07/2020

❤️ Donated books! Our Little Free Library is located on St. John’s Street, Mellon Hall, St. John's College. This LFL was created in conjunction with exhibition, Childhood Classics: donated by Annapolis Subaru. 📚❤️ Always a gift, never for sale. Take a book, share a book.

Our Fall 2020 online exhibition titled “Jacob Lawrence—Three Series of Prints: Genesis | Tousaint L’Ouverture | Hiroshim...
09/03/2020

Our Fall 2020 online exhibition titled “Jacob Lawrence—Three Series of Prints: Genesis | Tousaint L’Ouverture | Hiroshima” will feature the silkscreen works of African American artist Jacob Lawrence (1917–2000). Jeff Landau, director of Landau Traveling Exhibitions, has been kind enough to supply images for our online show of 31 works from the Alitash Kebede Collection.

Lawrence is known for his dramatic and personal perspective on historical events and everyday life, as well as narratives of historical figures and African American history. Lawrence first gained national recognition for his 60-panel “The Migration” series, a narrative of the African American migration from the rural south to the urban north.

The works included in our exhibition are based upon texts: the Book of Genesis, C.R.L. James’ The Black Jacobins: Toussaint L’Ouverture and the San Domingo Revolution, and John Hersey’s 1946 narrative for The New Yorker, “Hiroshima.” Lawrence’s works are included in all of the major institutions across the country, including the Phillips Collection, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and other public and private collections.

We have a full roster of events to accompany the exhibition, including lectures for each series, book club meetings, a family event, and other activities. Some online events may require a registration, but are free of charge. Some events are members only.

We will feature one series each month, beginning with “Genesis.”

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Join us online Friday, October 2 for “From Coast to Coast: Exhibitions on the Road,” an interview with Jeff Landau. This event will provide the backstory on the work and creativity involved in curating a traveling exhibition, shipping logistics, venue reviews and schedules, and all the particulars involved in getting the show on the road. A short Q&A period will be held after the interview. See the Mitchell Gallery website for details.

⭐️Highlights:
Online lectures for each series
“Sakado and the Thousand Paper Cranes” family event
A live-streamed concert
Mitchell Gallery Online Book Club

The artworks are on loan courtesy of the collection of Alitash Kebede of Los Angeles, CA. The exhibition and museum tour are organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions of Los Angeles, CA.

“Jacob Lawrence: Three Series of Prints: Genesis—Toussaint L’Ouverture—Hiroshima” is made possible through the generosity of the Maryland State Arts Council and the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors.

https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs

“Genesis” Series by Jacob Lawrence online exhibition September 2 — October 6, 2020Based on biblical texts and his own me...
08/30/2020

“Genesis” Series by Jacob Lawrence online exhibition

September 2 — October 6, 2020

Based on biblical texts and his own memory of the Sunday sermons of the Rev. Adam Clayton Powell, Sr. at the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, New York, Jacob Lawrence’s “Genesis” series provides a richly personal interpretation. The bright colors and the expressive, monumental preacher figure that stands central in each work reflect the artist’s affinity for action and resonance given in the sermon. Inspired by realism and details of iconography, these silkscreen prints also reveal Lawrence’s interest in references from art history and, together with a universally celebrated narrative, provides an important voice to American art and artists.

“I was baptized in the Abyssinian Baptist Church [in Harlem] in about 1932. There I attended church, I attended Sunday school, and I remember the ministers giving very passionate sermons pertaining to the Creation. This was over fifty years ago, and you know, these things stay with you even though you don't realize what an impact these experiences are making on you at the time. As I was doing the series I think that this was in the back of my mind, hearing this minister talk about these things" ~Jacob Lawrence

The works are on loan courtesy of the collection of Alitash Kebede of Los Angeles, CA. The exhibition and museum tour are organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions of Los Angeles, CA.

“Jacob Lawrence: Three Series of Prints: Genesis—Toussaint L’Ouverture—Hiroshima” is made possible through the generosity of the Maryland State Arts Council and the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors.

This exhibition had been planned for the 2020-2021 season, but due to COVID-19, the Mitchell Gallery building will be closed to the public. Lectures, performances, book clubs and children’s activities will be presented on the Mitchell Gallery website or and/or social media.

Some events will require registration, but are free of charge.
https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs

“Genesis” Series by Jacob Lawrence online exhibition September 2 — October 6, 2020Based on biblical texts and his own me...
08/30/2020

“Genesis” Series by Jacob Lawrence online exhibition

September 2 — October 6, 2020

Based on biblical texts and his own memory of the Sunday sermons of the Rev. Adam Clayton Powell, Sr. at the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, New York, Jacob Lawrence’s “Genesis” series provides a richly personal interpretation. The bright colors and the expressive, monumental preacher figure that stands central in each work reflect the artist’s affinity for action and resonance given in the sermon. Inspired by realism and details of iconography, these silkscreen prints also reveal Lawrence’s interest in references from art history and, together with a universally celebrated narrative, provides an important voice to American art and artists.

“I was baptized in the Abyssinian Baptist Church [in Harlem] in about 1932. There I attended church, I attended Sunday school, and I remember the ministers giving very passionate sermons pertaining to the Creation. This was over fifty years ago, and you know, these things stay with you even though you don't realize what an impact these experiences are making on you at the time. As I was doing the series I think that this was in the back of my mind, hearing this minister talk about these things" ~Jacob Lawrence

The works are on loan courtesy of the collection of Alitash Kebede of Los Angeles, CA. The exhibition and museum tour are organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions of Los Angeles, CA.

“Jacob Lawrence: Three Series of Prints: Genesis—Toussaint L’Ouverture—Hiroshima” is made possible through the generosity of the Maryland State Arts Council and the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors.

This exhibition had been planned for the 2020-2021 season, but due to COVID-19, the Mitchell Gallery building will be closed to the public. Lectures, performances, book clubs and children’s activities will be presented on the Mitchell Gallery website or and/or social media.

Some events will require registration, but are free of charge.

https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs

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Thought the crew at the Gallery might get a kick out of this:
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“Summer Beauty” Exhibit At the Chase Brexton Health Care Glen Burnie Center DEADLINES Chesapeake Arts Center will be presenting the “Summer Beauty” exhibition at the Chase Brexton Health Care office located at 200 Hospital Dr #300, Glen Burnie, MD 21061 from August 3-November 2, 2018. Proposal is reviewed by the Chesapeake Arts Center’s Gallery Director and must be turned in by Saturday, July 21, 2018. Artwork must be framed by the artist; the only sizes accepted will be 16x20 black wood or metal frame. Artists must also provide wire on the back of the frames and each artwork must have label on the back and wrapped in bubble wrap when dropped off at the center. Artwork Accepted: Photographs, Drawings or Paintings SIZE OF ARTWORK ALLOWED 16X20. MUST be framed in Black Wood OR Metal Frames only! Artists frame own artwork with wire on the back. How many can you submit? Artists can submit up to 5 pieces. Artwork will be selected by the Chesapeake Arts Center’s Gallery Director. Only 25 pieces will be selected for this exhibit. EACH PROPOSAL MUST BE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: IMAGES OF YOUR WORK The work should be no more than five years old, no nudity, violence or foul language allowed. DIGITAL IMAGES: Send 5 images in jpeg format- no larger than 1024 pixels in any direction at 300 dpi for review. All image files are to be titled. . IMAGE LIST A numerical listing including artist’s name, title, dimensions, medium, and file name of each jpeg sent with digital images. CONDENSED BIO One or two short paragraphs- A condensed informative statement with your artistic highlights. CONTACT INFORMATION Name, address, phone number(s) email address of the artist, and website information. Only complete proposal package including all the information listed will be reviewed. If accepted into the art show, all artwork will be due to the Chesapeake Arts Center by Wednesday, August 1, 2018 between office hours of 10:00am-6:00pm. SEND ENTRIES TO Nicole Caracia at [email protected] . FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 410-636-6597 or visit www.Chesapeakearts.org
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Excited to participate in this cool event curated by Lucinda Edinberg! Thanks The Mitchell Gallery!
CALL FOR ARTISTS: “En Blanc et Noir” Exhibit At Gallery 90 located at the Hospice of the Chesapeake in Pasadena, Maryland. Attn Photographers. Submit your Black and White Photos for the En Blanc et Noir Exhibit at the Hospice of the Chesapeake Arts Center for July 7-September 1. Must enter by June 23, 2017. Click here for more details: https://chesapeakeartscenternews.wordpress.com/…/call-for…/…
CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS: For the "Maryland, My Maryland" exhibit at the Chase Brexton Health Care center in Glen Burnie from July 14-October 4, 2017. Submit photos by June 23, 2017. Click here for more details: https://chesapeakeartscenternews.wordpress.com/…/06/07/1060/