Gallery Reception

Reception in the Galleries to celebrate our current exhibitions
Free and Open to the Public

Thursday January| 5:30 pm 

Introducing Visual Harmony: Visual Art Interprets Performing Art 

Chaney and Martino Galleries

 

MFA is partnering with Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts to bring this exciting juried exhibition to Annapolis. From Degas to Pollack, visual artists have both represented and been motivated by the performing arts. Whether depicting dancer, listening to jazz while painting, or creating sets or costumes for a play – all arts are important and inspiring. MFA and Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts are partnering on an exhibition to celebrate the overlap between visual and performing art. Together, MFA and MHCA invite all artists residing in the United States, Canada, and Mexico to enter Visual Harmony. Any 2-D or 3-D work depicting, representing, or inspired by performing arts will be considered by juror Yumi Hogan.

Frederick Douglass 200 Creative Arts Competition Exhibition

Openshaw Balcony Gallery

2018 marks the “Year of Frederick Douglass” in Maryland, and what better way to celebrate his life than through student voices and creative expression! Anne Arundel County students, public, private and home-schooled were invited to research Douglass and create artwork - visual, written, and digital - inspired by hid life. 

On November 9, a celebration was heald at the Chesapeake Arts Center in Brooklyn, MD for the particpants of the competition. Winners were awarded prized and all students who participated recieved special token takeaways. Maryland Hall is lucky to collaborate with AACPS, the students, and sponsors, to display the work in our Openshaw Balcony Gallery.