The Mitchell Gallery

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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#staytuned #goodthingsarecoming #lookingforward #newyearDue to de-densification the Gallery will be closed to the public...
01/10/2021

#staytuned #goodthingsarecoming #lookingforward #newyear

Due to de-densification the Gallery will be closed to the public for the 2020-21 academic year. Please check for our online content.

American sculptor David Hayes (1931-2013)
Mitchell Gallery 2013 exhibition: A Sculptor of Space and Nature.

💫Wishes for a safe, healthy, happy and prosperous new year!📸 Image from our November online workshop, Sadako and the Tho...
01/01/2021

💫Wishes for a safe, healthy, happy and prosperous new year!

📸 Image from our November online workshop, Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes & Origami Making. It was an all ages event to mark the 75th anniversary of Hiroshima and to honor our Jacob Lawrence exhibition, Hiroshima series.

What makes tonight's full Moon special? It’s most distinctive for its high trajectory across the sky, which results in t...
12/30/2020

What makes tonight's full Moon special? It’s most distinctive for its high trajectory across the sky, which results in the full Moon sitting above the horizon for a longer period of time. December's Full Moon is also known as the Cold Moon and the Long Night Moon.

We think you're special, too. As we approach the end of 2020, we would like to express our gratitude for your ongoing support. Thanks to you, the Mitchell Gallery has been able to continue its programming during these challenging times. Even though our museum doors remain closed, our virtual exhibits and events are bringing content and joy to many members of our community.

We are excited to announce that four generous donors have pledged $5,000 to the gallery in matching funds for this year-end appeal. This means that up to $5,000 of gifts received by December 31, 2020, will be matched, dollar for dollar, to support the gallery’s mission.

Please join us by making a donation to the Mitchell Gallery before December 31, 2020. Your gift will go twice as far in helping the gallery continue to bring great works of art to educate and uplift our community.

Give today: https://community.stjohnscollege.edu/mggive?erid=6424108&trid=5c6bcf4e-66e1-4293-9f2d-c23572dbaedc

Happy Holidays to all our Mitchell Gallery fans!
12/21/2020

Happy Holidays to all our Mitchell Gallery fans!

‼️Gallery docent and friend Annette Uroskie's artwork was selected as Friday's Image of the Day from MFA's Small Wonders...
12/20/2020

‼️Gallery docent and friend Annette Uroskie's artwork was selected as Friday's Image of the Day from MFA's Small Wonders.

Image of the Day from MFA's Small Wonders 🎁 On display at Circle Gallery through December 27th, 2020. See the whole show online --> https://mdfedart.com/portfolio/200/

"The Water Fairie's Pearls," watercolor and collage on yupo paper, by MFA Member Annette Uroskie ❤️

Dear Friends,As we approach the end of 2020, we would like to express our gratitude for your ongoing support. Thanks to ...
12/19/2020

Dear Friends,
As we approach the end of 2020, we would like to express our gratitude for your ongoing support. Thanks to you, the Mitchell Gallery has been able to continue its programming during these challenging times. Even though our museum doors remain closed, our virtual exhibits and events are bringing content and joy to many members of our community.

We are excited to announce that four generous donors have pledged $5,000 to the gallery in matching funds for this year-end appeal. This means that up to $5,000 of gifts received by December 31, 2020, will be matched, dollar for dollar, to support the gallery’s mission.

Please join us by making a donation to the Mitchell Gallery before December 31, 2020. Your gift will go twice as far in helping the gallery continue to bring great works of art to educate and uplift our community.

https://community.stjohnscollege.edu/mggive?erid=6424108&trid=5c6bcf4e-66e1-4293-9f2d-c23572dbaedc

Wishing you good health, joy, and peace this holiday season!

Laurie Salladin
Chair, Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors

Lucinda Edinberg
Art Educator, Mitchell Gallery

IMAGE CREDIT
Along the Eastern Road: Hiroshige's Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido
October 24 – December 14, 2014
Utagawa Hiroshige. (ca. 1833–34) Evening Snow at Kanbara, from the series “Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō” [Woodblock print; ink and color on paper]. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

See a recording of this interview on YouTube with Alitash Kebede, collector and owner of Alitash Kebede Arts in Los Ange...
12/18/2020

See a recording of this interview on YouTube with Alitash Kebede, collector and owner of Alitash Kebede Arts in Los Angeles, CA. Kebede speaks about her collection of works by African American artists and her friendship with "Jake" Jacob Lawrence.
https://youtu.be/z7wsKrI4AXg

Alitash Kebede was recently named by Forbes magazine as one of the top five Black Women you should know in the art world.

Our Jacob Lawrence 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.

Exhibition through Friday! Jacob Lawrence (1917–2000) produced a body of prints that is both highly dramatic and intense...
12/15/2020

Exhibition through Friday! 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.

Image credit: "Family” by Jacob Lawrence from the Hiroshima series, 1983, silkscreen. ©Jacob Lawrence, courtesy of Landau Traveling Exhibitions.

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.

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

In case you missed... A live interview with Alitash Kebede, collector and owner of Alitash Kebede Arts in Los Angeles, C...
12/13/2020

In case you missed... A live interview with Alitash Kebede, collector and owner of Alitash Kebede Arts in Los Angeles, CA. Kebede. She spoke with Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg about her collection of works by African American artists and her friendship with Jacob Lawrence. Stay tuned! A link of the recording will be posted on https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs/hiroshima

Join in a livestream interview with Alitash Kebede, gallerist for Jacob Lawrence, on December 13 at 3 p.m. ET.Ms. Kebede...
12/12/2020

Join in a livestream interview with Alitash Kebede, gallerist for Jacob Lawrence, on December 13 at 3 p.m. ET.
Ms. Kebede will discuss her career as a collector and her long friendship with Lawrence and other artists. She was recently featured in Forbes magazine: “Under The Radar: The Top Five Black Women You Should Know In The Art World, According To Alaina Simone.”
This lecture is free and open to the public. The link to the interview is posted on the Mitchell Gallery website: https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs/hiroshima#december13

Support the Mitchell Gallery: https://community.stjohnscollege.edu/mggive?erid=6414607&trid=362bdc3e-d486-4f59-b3e6-581632da6547

Sunday, December 13, 3 p.m. a live interview with Alitash Kebede. A live interview with Alitash Kebede, collector and owner of Alitash Kebede Arts in Los Angeles, CA. Kebede will speak about her collection of works by African American artists and her friendship with Jacob Lawrence. A link to the interview was posted on December 11.

Please join the interview on Zoom:
sjc.zoom.us/j/92188588506
Passcode: 809735

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

Under the radar! Mark your calendar... December 13th, 3pm... Alitash Kebede"On December 13, don’t miss a live, remote Mi...
12/08/2020
Under The Radar: The Top Five Black Women You Should Know In The Art World, According To Alaina Simone

Under the radar! Mark your calendar... December 13th, 3pm... Alitash Kebede

"On December 13, don’t miss a live, remote Mitchell Gallery interview with Alitash Kebede, collector and owner of Alitash Kebede Arts, who was recently featured in Forbes magazine (link below)." Visit the Mitchell Gallery website for more details: https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs/hiroshima

https://www.forbes.com/sites/briennewalsh/2020/08/26/under-the-radar-the-top-five-black-women-you-should-know-in-the-art-world-according-to-alaina-simone/?sh=6d4c30ca6fed

Alaina Simone, the founder of Alaina Simone Productions and a long-time champion of black voices in the art world, names five black women who are shaping culture and the arts for the future.

The Mitchell Gallery "concludes the online fall season with the last series of prints, “Hiroshima,” from the exhibition,...
12/06/2020

The Mitchell Gallery "concludes the online fall season with the last series of prints, “Hiroshima,” from the exhibition, “Jacob Lawrence: Three Series of Prints,” courtesy of Landau Traveling Exhibitions in Los Angeles. In 1982, Jacob Lawrence (1917-2000) was commissioned by the Limited Editions Club in New York to create illustrations for a book of his choice.
Lawrence selected John Hersey’s “Hiroshima,” an account of six survivors of the atom bomb attack on Hiroshima in 1945 that appeared in the Aug. 31, 1946 magazine, “The New Yorker.” Lawrence created a series of eight paintings that were then converted to silkscreens. Lawrence’s re-interpretation of Hersey’s narrative is powerful and haunting and depicts scenes of everyday life. Lawrence purposely avoided identifying anyone by race or nationality, making the images universal for anyone at any time. Lawrence’s gallerist, Alitash Kebede, will speak for a live-stream interview and lecture at 3 p.m. on Dec. 13. Free and open to the public, access it through the Mitchell Gallery website. The exhibition will close on Dec. 18."
Patrice Drago, Columnist, The Sunday Capital, 12/6/2020, D3
https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs

Sunday, December 13, 3 p.m. a live interview with Alitash Kebede. A live interview with Alitash Kebede, collector and owner of Alitash Kebede Arts in Los Angeles, CA. Kebede will speak about her collection of works by African American artists and her friendship with Jacob Lawrence. A link to the interview was posted on December 11.

Please join the interview on Zoom:
sjc.zoom.us/j/92188588506
Passcode: 809735

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

12/02/2020
Jacob Lawrence and Toussaint L'Ouverture: Hiroshima

Through December 18th... “Hiroshima” series lecture by Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg.
Prerecorded YouTube lecture. 21.32 minutes. Watch now.
View now the series gallery on https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs/online-gallery

https://youtu.be/j9nz5FVLssY

In 1981 Jacob Lawrence was invited to illustrate a book of his choice. He chose John Hersey’s narrative, “Hiroshima,” which was first published in the August...

Sunday, December 13, 3 p.m. a live interview with Alitash Kebede. A live interview with Alitash Kebede, collector and ow...
12/02/2020

Sunday, December 13, 3 p.m. a live interview with Alitash Kebede. A live interview with Alitash Kebede, collector and owner of Alitash Kebede Arts in Los Angeles, CA. Kebede will speak about her collection of works by African American artists and her friendship with Jacob Lawrence. A link to the interview was posted on December 11.

Please join the interview on Zoom:
sjc.zoom.us/j/92188588506
Passcode: 809735

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

12/01/2020
St. John's College

The Mitchell Gallery, exceptional art and ideas on the campus of St. John's College #GivingTuesdaySJC until midnight tonight! Give for #GivingTuesday Thank you for your support.

We’ve reached our #GivingTuesdaySJC donor goal of 350! Thank you so much to all our new and returning donors for your amazing effort in making this milestone possible. Hear tutor David Townsend explain why your gifts are essential for the St. John’s “dialogue of democracy.” Make your gift today! www.givecampus.com/ww3gp0

Your generosity has also inspired Ron Fielding (A70), chair of the Board of Visitors and Governors, to give a $10,000 gift if 50 more people donate today! Help us exceed our goal and receive this generous gift.

12/01/2020
St. John's College

The Mitchell Gallery, exceptional art and ideas on the campus of St. John's College #GivingTuesdaySJC is today! #GivingTuesdaySJC is officially underway! Hear a special kickoff message from President Pano Kanelos and help us build off our great start! https://www.givecampus.com/ww3gp0

#GivingTuesdaySJC is officially underway! Hear a special kickoff message from President Pano Kanelos and help us build off our great start! https://www.givecampus.com/ww3gp0

12/01/2020
St. John's College

The Mitchell Gallery, exceptional art and ideas on the campus of St. John's College #GivingTuesdaySJC is today! Learn more at sjc.edu/givingtuesday2020

We’re on our way to 175 donors; halfway to our #GivingTuesdaySJC goal of 350! Hear from St. John’s Alumni Association Board President Mark Parenti (AGI92) about how giving today helps keep the great conversation thriving for years to come—make your gift here: https://www.givecampus.com/ww3gp0

Don’t forget: this is the last #GivingTuesdaySJC where all gifts made will be matched by the Winiarski Family Foundation with an equivalent donation to the St. John’s College endowment, doubling our impact on the future of the college.

12/01/2020
St. John's College

The Mitchell Gallery, exceptional art and ideas on the campus of St. John's College #GivingTuesdaySJC is tomorrow! Listen as tutor Maggie McGuinness shares her perspective on the importance of St. John’s and supporting the college tomorrow. Learn more at sjc.edu/givingtuesday2020

#GivingTuesdaySJC is tomorrow! Listen as tutor Maggie McGuinness shares her perspective on the importance of St. John’s and supporting the college tomorrow. Learn more at sjc.edu/givingtuesday2020

🗣"Having access to Art in our lives lifts us up and expands our horizons, which makes me pleased to support the Mitchell...
11/30/2020

🗣"Having access to Art in our lives lifts us up and expands our horizons, which makes me pleased to support the Mitchell Gallery with its rotating exhibits and programs here in Annapolis."

What makes the Mitchell Gallery special for you? What's your favorite exhibition and memory?

❤️Please support the Mitchell Gallery. Although Giving Tuesday is over there is no designated day or time to giving back. There's always time to recognize nonprofits, including the Mitchell Gallery, for making a difference in our communities. #supportthearts

The Mitchell Gallery relies on community commitment, through generous individual and corporate memberships, to fund its diverse exhibits and dynamic programs. Tax-deductible. Make a donation, renew your membership or join today. Thank you for your support!

Donate, check Mitchell Gallery: https://www.givecampus.com/campaigns/17342/donations/new
Become a member: https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/membership-information

🗣"I'm so proud to support the Mitchell Gallery as it continues to support our community. During these challenging times,...
11/30/2020

🗣"I'm so proud to support the Mitchell Gallery as it continues to support our community. During these challenging times, MG's efforts to provide free art and educational programs allow us to continue to expand our minds, stimulate our creativity and soothe our souls."

What makes the Mitchell Gallery special for you? What's your favorite exhibition and memory?

❤️Please support the Mitchell Gallery for #GivingTuesday December 1, a globally recognized day for giving back. Although there is no designated day or time to giving back, Giving Tuesday is a time to recognize nonprofits, including the Mitchell Gallery, for making a difference in our communities. #supportthearts
The Mitchell Gallery relies on community commitment, through generous individual and corporate memberships, to fund its diverse exhibits and dynamic programs. Tax-deductible. Make a donation, renew your membership or join today. Thank you for your support!

Donate: https://community.stjohnscollege.edu/mggive
Become a member: https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/membership-information

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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/