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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. The Gallery presents changing exhibitions from late August through mid-June each academic year. Please check the website for exhibition schedule.
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The Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Gallery, located on the campus of St. John’s College, is a treasure in historic Annapolis. 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.

06/07/2020

❤️📚 Our Little Free Library is located on St. John’s Street, Mellon Hall, St. John's College. 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. Located in Ward 1 - Annapolis, MD, Ward One Residents Association - Annapolis, The City Of Annapolis. Stop on by!

Just announced! Artist Annette Uroskie’s Koi study won the Edward Longley award in the 2020 Baltimore Watercolor Society...
06/04/2020

Just announced! Artist Annette Uroskie’s Koi study won the Edward Longley award in the 2020 Baltimore Watercolor Society’s Mid Atlantic Regional Juried Show. It will be featured in their online exhibition July 1-August 31. This watercolor was the MFA Show winner a few months back. Annette has also been chosen for The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County Virtual Art Gallery Series! You may know Annette as one of our Mitchell Gallery docents.

Follow the link to learn more about Annette Uroskie and to get a closer look at her work.
https://www.acaac.org/featured-aac-artist-series-annette-uroskie/

The Mitchell Gallery supports and applauds the statement issued to the students by the St. John's College presidents.Sub...
06/02/2020

The Mitchell Gallery supports and applauds the statement issued to the students by the St. John's College presidents.

Subject: A Message from the Presidents

The following message was sent to all students today.

Dear Students -

We continue to be heartbroken by the inhumane killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and too many others, and by the deep pain and division we’re seeing across the country. Our sorrow is twofold. We feel sadness for our deeply divided nation, which cannot seem to find common ground upon which to move forward. And we feel sorrow for every African American who experiences the kind of fear that the rest of us could never imagine: of being harmed by those who are meant to protect us for doing the simple, everyday things that the rest of us take for granted.

At St. John’s we are guided by The Statement of the Program which speaks directly to college's ambitions. “These liberal arts enable all human beings to know the world around them and to know themselves in this world, and to use that knowledge with wisdom. Under the guidance of these arts, they can free themselves from the constraint of prejudice and the narrowness of beaten paths. Under their discipline, they can acquire the habit of listening to reason. A genuinely conceived liberal arts curriculum cannot avoid aiming at these most far-reaching of all human goals.”

We spend enormous amounts of time asking how to create a just society and how to live lives of virtue. And then, as individuals, we struggle with how to take these ideas and actualize them in our own lives and world. Each of us will have different answers to these questions, and different ways of bringing these principles to life. Some protest and some pray, but all of us must grapple with, and address, the most difficult questions we face. This is good, and as it should be: this is the beauty of our Program and of our democracy.

For those of you who are joining in protests across the country: please be safe and peaceful; please embrace non-violent forms of protest as you work in your own individual ways to grapple with injustice and to actualize the principles that we value here at St. John's. For those of you who are praying: please pray for all of us to find peace and understanding with one another and to heal our hurts and divisions.

And to our students, staff, and tutors of color, many of whom have raised your voices over the last few days, we want you to know that we support, hear, value, and recognize you: your lives and your voices matter deeply to us. We also know that we have more work to do: as a country, as a human race, and as a St. John's community.

Our very best,
Mark Roosevelt and Pano Kanelos

“When this spectacular dress was made in the 1890s, the Western Sioux or Lakota people had been forced to adjust to life...
06/01/2020

“When this spectacular dress was made in the 1890s, the Western Sioux or Lakota people had been forced to adjust to life on the reservation, in which many activities that used to make life meaningful were no longer possible. Only the women were able to maintain some of their traditional occupations. Fully beaded girl’s dresses are very rare; this dress was probably intended to bring prestige to a respected family. The hoof-shaped design element in the center of the yoke represents the turtle, symbol of life, and in that connection the blue background stood for water. However, by the late 19th century, women were as concerned with the aesthetic effect of their work as with the old symbolism. Aesthetic concerns stimulated the unusual covering of the skirt with beadwork. The mid-section of the dress has been left open and would have been covered with a decorative belt. The use of the American flag as a design element may be interpreted as a relevant symbolism event though the stars in the traditional canton are replaced by a single morning star; American flags had come to be associated with the only celebrations that were still allowed by governments agents.” --Art of the North American Indians published by Fenimore Art Museum, 2nd Edition edited by Eva Fognell, Curator.

Girl’s Dress, ca. 1895, Lakota (Teton Sioux), North or South Dakota, 27" L x 22" W, Hide, glass beads, tin cones, thread. Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York,
Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw Collection. Photograph by John Bigelow Taylor, NYC.

“American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum: The Thaw Collection” is made possible through the generosity of the Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw Charitable Trust. Organized by the Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York, in collaboration with the Mitchell Gallery.

Annapolis Subaru and Keith and Katherine Dunleavy are proud sponsors of this exhibition.

Additional support is provided by Melvin and Judy Bender, Joy Chambers and Peter Bungay, Deborah Bowerman Coons and Jana Bowerman Sample, and Anna E. Greenberg.

05/31/2020
Beadwork Part 2 / American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum

Beadwork, part 2 has examples of beading and symbols including flag imagery and star motifs, part 1 is dedicated to the history of beading and technique in Native American adornment.

Objects in part 2: Horse Mask, ca. 1900, Lakota (Teton Sioux), North or South Dakota, Hide, glass beads, thread; Girl’s Dress, ca. 1895, Lakota (Teton Sioux), North or South Dakota, Hide, glass beads, tin cones, thread.

Look for our videos on Southeast Mississippian Woodland Culture, the Southwest, the Plains, the Arctic and Sub-Arctic, California region and more.

American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum: The Thaw Collection” is made possible through the generosity of the Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw Charitable Trust. Organized by the Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York, in collaboration with the Mitchell Gallery.

Annapolis Subaru and Keith and Katherine Dunleavy are proud sponsors of this exhibition.

Additional support is provided by Melvin and Judy Bender, Joy Chambers and Peter Bungay, Deborah Bowerman Coons and Jana Bowerman Sample, and Anna E. Greenberg.

05/29/2020
Beadwork Part 1 / American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum

Beadwork, part 1 is dedicated to the history of beading and technique in Native American adornment and part 2 has more examples and a little about the symbols.

Objects in part 1: Bag, ca. 1840-1850 Seneca (Haudenosaunee), New York, wool cloth, glass beads, silk binding, glazed cotton lining, thread; Pillow Sham, ca. 1900–1925 Han, Alaska, tanned and smoked moose hide, tanned caribou hide, glass seed beads, thread.

Look for our videos on Southeast Mississippian Woodland Culture, the Southwest, the Plains, the Arctic and Sub-Arctic, California region and more.

American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum: The Thaw Collection” is made possible through the generosity of the Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw Charitable Trust. Organized by the Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York, in collaboration with the Mitchell Gallery.

Annapolis Subaru and Keith and Katherine Dunleavy are proud sponsors of this exhibition.

Additional support is provided by Melvin and Judy Bender, Joy Chambers and Peter Bungay, Deborah Bowerman Coons and Jana Bowerman Sample, and Anna E. Greenberg.

Art speaks to the human soul. In return, we listen with wonder and awe.For 30 years, the Mitchell Gallery has shared tha...
05/28/2020

Art speaks to the human soul. In return, we listen with wonder and awe.

For 30 years, the Mitchell Gallery has shared that voice by bringing a rich array of internationally recognized art to the Annapolis community at no cost to the public.

In light of the Covid-19 situation and concurrent with the policies of the College, the Mitchell Gallery is closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 exhibition season.

We hope you enjoy these photos and images from the past thirty years.
https://www.sjc.edu/application/files/1115/7047/5307/Mitchell_Gallery_30th_Anniversary_Through_the_Years.pdf

May you have a reflective day. Memorial Day we remember and honor all those who served and died to protect our freedoms.
05/25/2020

May you have a reflective day. Memorial Day we remember and honor all those who served and died to protect our freedoms.

05/21/2020
Potlatch Figure, Northwest Coast / American Indiand Art from the Fenimore Art Museum

Art and culture from the Northwest Coast highlighting a few objects from our exhibition American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum: The Thaw Collection.

Potlatch Figure Holding a Copper, ca. 1880 - 1895, Kwakwaka’wakw (Kwakiutl), northwest Vancouver Island, British Columbia, H: 50" W: 13.5" D: 15" on metal plate: H: 50.25" W: 18"D: 18", Red cedar, paint, nails.

Mask, ca. 1800 - 1840, Tlingit, southeast Alaska, H: 9.5" W: 7" D: 3.5" mount: 7” x 5” x 3”, Alder, copper, red turban snail opercula shell, bear skin, leather, paint.

Copper, ca. 1840 - 1860, Haida or Tsimshian, Haida Gwaii, northern British Columbia, H: 25.5" W: 16" D: 1”, on mount: H: 28.5" W: 16"
D: 4”, Mount: H: 19" W: 8.5" D: 4”, Copper sheet, paint.

Artist Carole Falk is featured on The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County Virtual Art Gallery series. Carole is also a M...
05/20/2020
Featured AAC Artist Series: Carole Falk

Artist Carole Falk is featured on The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County Virtual Art Gallery series. Carole is also a Mitchell Gallery docent. We have been fortunate having her make time to share her expertise during our Thursday Docent Days.

The Arts Council Virtual Art Gallery Series Featuring AAC Artist: Carole Falk Who knew that

Mitchell Gallery Presents Digital Presentations and Virtual Tours of American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum: T...
05/20/2020

Mitchell Gallery Presents Digital Presentations and Virtual Tours of American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum: The Thaw Collection as of May 19, 2020

American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum at the Mitchell Gallery, St. John’s College

ANNAPOLIS, MD – The Mitchell Gallery announces opportunities for virtual views and exploration of the current exhibition, “American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum: The Thaw Collection.” One can enjoy both “Armchair Virtual Tours” with digital presentations and Zoom virtual tours with Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg.

The exhibition features 44 pieces of American Indian art spanning nearly two millenniums. With objects including sculptures, paintings, drawings, basketry, textiles, ceramics, and other media, the exhibition represents the varying aesthetic traditions of North America’s native peoples. To see the digital “Armchair Virtual Tours” presentations, visit the Mitchell Gallery’s Facebook or Instagram page. To schedule a Zoom virtual tour with Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg, email: [email protected]. Minimum of eight per group.

The oldest object in the collection dates back to approximately 100-600 A.D.—a carved Ipiutak polar bear figure made out of sea mammal ivory—while more recent pieces include a 19th-century cowhide war record commemorating a battle between the Lakota and Crow. Other works include painted ceramics and weavings from Hopi and Diné (Navajo) artists, as well as a leather-bound drawing book by the artist Black Hawk (San Arcs Sioux) that contains 76 striking illustrations. Housed under one roof and joined together by region in the context of Native American history, the objects on display in the Mitchell Gallery form a stunning, powerful exhibition.

Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg provides virtual presentations on the collection and its collectors, Eugene and Clare Thaw. Eugene Thaw graduated from St. John’s College in 1947 before embarking on a prolific career as an art historian, collector, philanthropist, and scholar. In addition to cultivating an outstanding collection of Native American art and rare works by Goya, Van Gogh, and more, Thaw served on the architectural advisory committee for the Mitchell Gallery and generously offered item from his collection for three separate Mitchell Gallery exhibition.

Eugene and Clare Thaw donated their American Indian art collection to the Fenimore Art Museum in 1995; since then, the collection has grown to include a vast array of new pieces added by the Thaws and other donors. The Fenimore Art Museum states: “Each new object reaffirms the Thaws’ commitment to the beauty and artistry of American Indian art, and thus strengthens the philosophical foundation of the collection: that the aesthetic power of American Indian art is equivalent to that from any culture.”

For more information about the exhibit, email [email protected] or [email protected]. Mitchell Gallery, Mellon Hall, 60 College Avenue, Annapolis, MD. Sjc.edu/Mitchell-gallery.

Image Credit: Mask, Ca. 1850, Central Yup'ik, Bristol Bay, Alaska, cedar wood & bark, duck feathers, snowy owl feathers, sandhill crane feathers, caribou fur, white clay & black pigment, H: 21.5 x W: 30 x D: 4.5 in., Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York, Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw Collection, T0600. Photograph by John Bigelow Taylor, NYC.

Retiring Arts Ambassador... 🗞 The Capital, A 7, 5/19/20https://www.capitalgazette.com/opinion/letters/ac-ce-letters-2020...
05/19/2020

Retiring Arts Ambassador... 🗞 The Capital, A 7, 5/19/20

https://www.capitalgazette.com/opinion/letters/ac-ce-letters-2020516-20200518-opsu4uovlvh6xhyn5u2dk7jzhu-story.html

“Since virtual celebrations have become the new normal, please consider this an enthusiastic shout out to Katharine “Casey” Crossman Pingle, retiring chair of the Board of Advisors of The Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College.

Through her eight years of leadership as chair and 23 years of active involvement on the board, Casey has inspired and increased the public’s awareness of the gallery. Leading with imagination and insight, she helped increase the number of intergenerational members, patrons and visitors.

While personally supporting the gallery and its excellent exhibitions and special events, as the gallery’s arts ambassador, Casey championed its art and educational resources through advocacy on Maryland Arts Day and with active collaboration with other arts organizations in Anne Arundel County.

Both the Mitchell Gallery and St. John’s College have benefited thanks to this dedicated, creative and visionary thinker and doer. Through Casey’s leadership, the gallery has been kept open and free to the greater Annapolis community.

Well done and thank you, Madame Ambassador.”

Tara Balfe Clifford
Member of Board of Advisors
The Mitchell Gallery
Edgewater

05/19/2020

Northwest Coast region, Pacific Coast Art and Culture.

Look for Mitchell Gallery videos on the Southwest region, Southeast Mississippian Woodland Culture, the Plains, the Arctic and Sub-Arctic, California region and more.

✔️Virtual tours using Zoom may be made for groups of 8 or more by appointment. Email [email protected]
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American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum: The Thaw Collection is made possible through the generosity of the Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw Charitable Trust. Organized by the Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York, in collaboration with the Mitchell Gallery.

AnnapolisSubaru and Keith and Katherine Dunleavy are proud sponsors of this exhibition.

Additional support is provided by Melvin and Judy Bender, Joy Chambers and Peter Bungay, Deborah Bowerman Coons and Jana Bowerman Sample, and Anna E. Greenberg.

This lesson from the Fenimore Art Museum will introduce you to some of the Yup'ik masks in the Thaw Collection of Americ...
05/19/2020

This lesson from the Fenimore Art Museum will introduce you to some of the Yup'ik masks in the Thaw Collection of American Indian Art, and provide instructions on how to make your own Yup'ik-inspired mask at home.

You may remember one from our exhibtion... Mask, Ca. 1850, Central Yup’ik, Bristol Bay, Alaska, cedar wood & bark, duck feathers, snowy owl feathers, sandhill crane feathers, caribou fur, white clay & black pigment.

Fun fact: The masks in their collection were restored with brand new feathers, fur, and other items provided by a Yup’ik named Chuna McIntyre, who also carved a brand new mask called the Night and Day mask (you can see this mask on the front page of this sheet, on the right)!

This lesson will introduce you to some of the Yup'ik masks in our Thaw Collection of American Indian Art, and provide instructions on how to make your own Yup'ik-inspired mask at home.

Fun fact: The masks in our collection were restored with brand new feathers, fur, and other items provided by a Yup’ik named Chuna McIntyre, who also carved a brand new mask called the Night and Day mask (you can see this mask on the front page of this sheet, on the right)!

Please support our virtual programming by making a donation at https://bit.ly/3cMQFWJ

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Beyond the Mask June 4-30, 2019 Chesapeake Arts Center, Hal Gomer Gallery Reception: Thurs. June 20, 6:00 - 8:00pm This exhibit explores the work of Edward Taylor. “Behind the Mask” is his latest series of work. What is behind the mask about? A Human Liberty, Expression of Humanities, Sex, Race, Gender, Religion, Diversity, Life Experiences and Insightful. Edward continues to work on the “Behind the Mask” series, but is now working on a new one that is about to transform into another phase called Sur-Real. The exhibit runs at the Chesapeake Arts Center's Hal Gomer Gallery located at 194 Hammonds Lane, Brooklyn Park, Maryland 21225 from June 4-30, 2019, with a meet the artist reception on Thursday June 20, 2019 from 6pm-8pm.
Are you a local artist who wants to share their art with the community? Arts in the Park is a great time to do that! Arts in the Park is a family event that is happening Saturday August 24, 2019 11am-3pm. For more information on how to become a vendor go tohttps://chesapeakeartscenternews.files.wordpress.com/2019/06/arts-in-the-park-festival-vendor-application-2019.pdf
Thought the crew at the Gallery might get a kick out of this:
The Mitchell Gallery is a treasure! Most recently the exhibit of wonderful art/childrens books while the Caritas Society gave on the 11th of Nov. its book event featuring childrens books by three writers one of whom is Tami Lewis Brown. Check under St.John`s Caritas events for more on the 12 Nov book event.Held while the Mitchell Gallery had its excellent event. Jenny Jefferson
Chesapeake Arts Center Presents: 5th Annual Arts in the Park Festival Saturday, August 18 ,2018 11am-3pm Outside of the Hammonds Lane Theatre Free Admission | Rain or Shine! Bring your entire family to the Chesapeake Arts Center's 5th Annual Arts in the Park Festival on Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 11:00am-3:00pm. Live music, activities for kids, chalk drawing, face painting, local art for sale, community vendors and more! Live Music: RÊVE, Annapolis junction big band & more!
“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
“Things that makes you Happy” Exhibit At Gallery 90 (Hospice of the Chesapeake in Pasadena, Maryland) EXHIBITION PROPOSAL GUIDELINES DEADLINES Chesapeake Arts Center will be presenting the “Things that make you HAPPY” exhibition at Gallery 90 located at the Hospice of the Chesapeake in Pasadena, Maryland from July 6-August 31, 2018. Proposal is reviewed by the Chesapeake Arts Center’s Gallery Director and must be submitted by Tuesday, June 26, 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. Theme of the Exhibit: Things that make you HAPPY 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. Email to Nicole Caracia at [email protected] by Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 11:59pm. 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 Thursday, July 5, 2018 between office hours of 10:00am-6:00pm.Artwork will go on display at the Gallery 90 (Hospice of Chesapeake in Pasadena, Maryland). SEND ENTRIES TO Nicole Caracia at [email protected] . FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 410-636-6597 or visit www.Chesapeakearts.org http://www.chesapeakearts.org/call-artists-%E2%80%9Cthings-make-you-happy%E2%80%9D-exhibit-gallery-90
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/