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The Art League Opens at National Harbor!

The Art League Opens at National Harbor We are thrilled to announce the launch of our NEW gallery space at National Harbor across the Potomac from Old Town. We are excited to be a part of this developing attraction and thank National Harbor and the Peterson Company for their support. Our National Harbor space Read more →

The Library Gallery Exhibition Competition

The Montpelier Arts Center announces its biennial competition to select 8-10 two-month long exhibitions to be held in the Library Gallery. To be eligible, artists must reside in Maryland. The judge may elect to exhibit artist who apply for solo shows or artists who apply as groups. An honorarium of $300 will be presented Read more →

Altria Aponsors Minds Wide Open at The Art League

Altria supports arts and cultural initiatives in Richmond, VA, Washington, DC, and in other communities where our companies operate. Our Arts & Culture grants are focused on: Innovative programs to develop new audiences and increase access to the arts. Major sponsorships that bring thought-provoking, world-class cultural experiences to our communities. Arts education programs that Read more →

First Brazilian Army Commission Painting Contest

Go to www.cebw.org for Registration forms! Read more →

MPA Call For Entries: Fantastic Journeys

Works inspired by the spirit of adventure, exploration or Utopian visions are sought. Fantastic Journeys will be juried by Beatrice Gralton, the Evelyn S. Nef Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Corcoran Gallery of Art. The exhibition will run from June 17 through July 31. Deadline for submission is April 12, 2010 at Read more →

Mattawoman Creek Art Center Exhibition

Summer Art Festival at Mattawoman Creek Art Center! Open to ALL VISUAL ARTISTS!Exhibitor cost per 10′ x 10′ space:non-MCAC Members $50 before June 15th $60 after OR Mattawoman Creek Art Center, located at Smallwood State Park in Charles County, Maryland is seeking artists of all media to exhibit their art. The Mattawoman Creek Gallery Read more →