Artist Opportunities showcases what is new and happening around the area for artists to get involved in, whether that's workshops, grants, conferences, or shows open for entry. Let us know what you have open for entry by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Open For Entry: Maryland Art Place: Original Mask Display and Silent Auction Altered Realities: Fall … Continue reading Artist Opportunities: August 15th, 2017
MFA Member and Maryland First Lady Yumi Hogan has a show up now at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. Her solo show features colorful Korean style paintings reflecting both the natural world she grew up in and the urban one she finds herself in now. Hogan reflects on her time growing up on a … Continue reading Yumi Hogan: Freedom of Nature
MFA Members are making the world more creative! MFA highlights members’ art events and exhibitions weekly on our Blog so the world can follow us. Subscribe to the blog by entering your email in the right sidebar. MFA Member and Paint Annapolis 2017 Artist Ken Karlic, Stewart White Ken and Stewart are both a part … Continue reading Member News: April 8th, 2016
MFA Members are making the world more creative! MFA highlights members’ art events and exhibitions weekly on our Blog so the world can follow us. Subscribe to the blog by entering your email in the right sidebar. MFA Member Patrice Drago Patrice is pleased to announce the launch of her new fine art fashion line … Continue reading Member News: March 29, 2016
You like art and you buy art - therefore you are an art collector. But how do you choose what to buy? Is art an impulse buy? You see it, you want it, you buy it. Or do you collect specific styles, media or artists? At Circle Gallery, red dots are sprouting on the walls … Continue reading How do you start an art collection?
With holidays approaching, everyone is making a list - and potentially checking it twice! So here are a few book ideas that should make everyone's holidays happy! In September, we featured an article from The Wall Street Journal that talked about how artists hang art in their own homes. The article mentioned two recently published … Continue reading What to get the artist……and the art lover!
See what MFA Members are doing in other locations to make the world more creative. MFA is highlighting Members’ event and exhibitions on our Blog so the world can follow us. Subscribe to the blog by entering your email in the right sidebar. Check back on a weekly basis for new exciting art events MFA … Continue reading Member News August 18
Transition day! In case you haven't received any of the notices and emails we have sent out, please be aware that the MFA website is down for today, while we transition to our new, upgraded and awesome site. The Gallery is closed today, as we facilitate this shift Are you trying to submit to one … Continue reading MFA Website Down for Today: Online Entry System Still Up
Maryland Citizens for the Arts, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council and PNC Bank are presenting "MIND YOUR BUSINESS" a free seminar for artists on arts law, copywright and finance for individual artists and entrepreneurs at the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council office Saturday, MAY 2 from 10 a.m - 1pm. PLEASE spread the word … Continue reading Mind Your Business
Joann Vaughan gave a presentation on the value of an organization's online presence and use of social media, and some valuable strategies for getting started, to Arts Council of Anne Arundel County member organizations. Joann was selected to speak because MFA has been moving forward significantly with social media, communications, and website functionality. This was a … Continue reading MFA Exec. Dir. Joann Vaughan Shares Online Knowledge with AA Arts Council Members
Fantastic video featuring 500 years of western female portraiture accompanied by Bach's Sarabande from Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007 performed by Yo-Yo Ma Click here, sit back and enjoy!
As the executive director of a small arts nonprofit, you might wonder why I am supporting the Annapolis Fringe Festival. It's because I want MFA to grow. MFA is not involved in the Fringe Festival - although some of our artists are. But the more art plays a role in Annapolis, the more opportunities there are … Continue reading Why I’m Supporting the Annapolis Fringe Festival 2014