Hosted in the Barry Gallery Submission Deadline: March 14, 2022 Exhibition Dates: April 2022
Reception and Awards: Friday, April 1, 2022
The Annual Juried Student Exhibition showcases student artwork that demonstrates excellence in creativity, sophistication, and skill. A panel of professional jurors selects the works for inclusion in the exhibition, as well as awards. The exhibition is an opportunity for multiple disciplines in the School of Design and Art to collaborate and celebrate the outstanding achievements of students.
Submissions are open through the Fall and Spring semesters! Students can submit more than once or edit their responses as the year goes by.
Artist Reception: Saturday, November 20 from 6 pm to 8 pm
Random Bourbon Encounters is a collaborative umbrella for intersecting passions, this juried and invitational exhibition brings together nationally known ceramic artists, a neighborhood gallery, a climatologist, a certified bourbon steward, and bourbon aficionados of all kinds.
Marymount Associate Professor, Joseph Hicks, will be one of the participating artists!
Art, Film and Music! Advocates, Community Leaders, Law Enforcement, Judges and Fostering Organizations will celebrate and be celebrated on Saturday, November 20, 2021, from 3:00pm until 5:30pm at Project Create DC, 2208 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave SE, Washington, DC 20020.
Triangle Art Studios in Downtown Bethesda welcomes Loriann Signori as a guest artist from November 4-28, 2021. Loriann’s exhibit, Place as Memory, will be open Wednesdays, and Friday – Sunday, 12-6pm and will showcase her original, vibrant landscapes.
Show and Sale: Saturday, November 20 from 11am to 4pm
Kick off your holiday shopping and support local artists at the one-day ArtBlitz Studios Holiday Show and Sale. This shared studio and classroom space will be filled with original artwork, large and small, as well as prints, cards, ornaments and other giftable items. Masks required.
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A show of “Kinetic Energy” by Marthe McGrath is now on display at Reston Art Gallery and Studios, through November 30. In her new Kinetic series, McGrath’s original paintings range in size, from 5 feet tall by 9 feet wide to 2 feet square, with playful titles such as Magic Carpet Ride and Zest for Life. Her bold, colorful abstracts are full of energy and movement.
Mehari Sequar Gallery is pleased to announce Trap Bob’s debut exhibition, No One’s going to save You. The multidisciplinary D.C. based artist Tenbeete Solomon, whose work has been popularized by her moniker “Trap Bob,” brings her bold colors and gestures off the wall and onto the canvas. The series is made up of 12 works that explore the emotional and physical realities of transition in the artist’s life. As her first ever gallery exhibition, Trap Bob is developing yet another avenue for her artistry and practice.