Visual Harmony: Visual Art Interprets Performing Art | Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

Visual Harmony: Visual Art Interprets Performing Art

Chaney & Martino Galleries, 2nd floor

Reception on Jan 17 from 5:30 - 7 pm

Introducing Visual Harmony: Visual Art Interprets Performing Art

Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) and Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts partnered 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 dancers, 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 invited all artists to enter Visual Harmony. The exhibition was juried by Artist and Maryland First Lady Yumi Hogan.

Juror: Yumi Hogan is adjunct professor at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Baltimore, MD. Prior, she served as adjunct faculty at Anne Arundel Community College, MD. She received her MFA degree at American University, Washington, DC and her BFA in painting at MICA. She has a broad knowledge of art and is an award-winning artist who combines traditional Asian painting in Sumi ink, acrylic paint and pigment with abstract expression. She is currently Maryland’s First Lady with interests that include public awareness and public support of art in Maryland. Terms of Entry All entries must adhere to MFA general guidelines as well as the terms of entry specific to the exhibit as listed below. When entering the exhibition you will be asked to accept the Terms of Entry. Any entry that does not follow Terms of Entry and General Guidelines will be subject to rejection regardless of the Juror’s decision.