Exhibits

The galleries are open Monday - Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm.

  • 1st Floor Hallway

    Work by long-time Co-op member Monica Williams who died earlier this year.

    Photo:  Self Portrait

  • 2nd Floor Hallway

    Photographs by more than 15 Hispanic/Latino Bates Middle School students in MHCA's ArtReach Program called Jovenes Artistas (Young Artists). The theme for the work is "Documenting Our Family and Community Through Photography."

     

  • Chaney Gallery, 2nd floor

    Work by more than 40 noteworthy artists is on display from March 8-22 and will be up for auction on Friday, March 22 at the 8th annual All That Art auction fundraising event from 6-9 pm.

    Photo: Elliott Zuckerman, Blue Flowers

  • Chaney Gallery, 2nd floor

    Large and small sculptures (in bronze, terra cotta and marble) and drawings by internationally-known sculptor Claire McArdle are on display in both the Chaney and Martino Galleries.  Events in conjunction with the exhibit:

    An Evening of Sculpture and Dance: Saturday, June 1 from 5-7 pm. Discover the transformative power of art through dance... Read More
  • Balcony Gallery, 3rd floor

    Woodturnings by Annapolis artist Joe Dickey are on display in the Balcony Gallery on April 17th to coincide with a musical performance by Joe and his band, called "The Other Band" in Room 308 as part of MHCA's Showcase Artist Series.

  • 1st Floor Hallway

    Work by more than 15 Hispanic/Latino Bates Middle School students in MHCA's ArtReach Program called Jovenes Artistas (Young Artists).  The theme for the work is "Expressive Art:  Tackling Emotions Through Painting."

  • 2nd Floor Hallway

    Work by more than 15 Hispanic/Latino Bates Middle School students in MHCA's ArtReach Program called Jovenes Artistas (Young Artists).

  • Martino Gallery, 2nd floor

    In celebration of African American Music Month,  there will be over 140 album covers ranging from 1926 - 1996 on display in the Martino Gallery through

  • 1st Floor Hallway

    Members of the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters Association (MAPAPA) will exhibit the work they have created in conjunction with Paint Annapolis in an exhibit in the Café/Alcove on the first floor.  Nearly 25 artists are expected to paint "en plein air" around Annapolis, creating artwork depicting the beauty and historic sites around Annapolis... Read More

  • Balcony Gallery, 3rd floor

    See the work created during the Dueling Brushes quick-painting competition as part of the Paint Annapolis events.

    Photo: McGarveys, Tim Kelly, 2012 Dueling Brushes winner

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