Since we're spending Valentine's Day this year in quarantine, we took the liberty of making you a list of things you can do with your significant other while social distancing!
Local food and local art go together to make a community. We want to do something to help our neighborhood restaurants who have been effected by the pandemic.
The brushes have dropped! For Paint Annapolis 2020, we invited artists who could attend to come paint alongside the nineteen juried artists for the entire week. Their work is now hanging at MFA's Pop Up Gallery at 186 Main Street. Check out the exhibition online right here or in person through October 22nd.
Yesterday, artists finished up work for Paint Annapolis 2020, which means today we'll be having a reception! Click here to register for the online reception to be the first to see who won what for this year's Paint Annapolis 2020 - and then come see the pieces in person at Circle Gallery and our Pop Up Gallery at 186 Main Street.
We're already on day four of Paint Annapolis and artists are working on final pieces while trying to decide what should hang for awards. Check out all the art from today and all days of Paint Annapolis here. New art from will show up online every day so check back and see what 80 artists have been painting in and around this beautiful historic city.
Day two of Paint Annapolis 2020 started with artists on our doorstep ready to hang their art and start more pieces. See everything that artists worked on today and yesterday 🖌️
Today we kicked off Paint Annapolis 2020! Check out what the artists worked on today 🎨
At MFA we believe that visual art sparks conversations in communities – and that conversation makes the community stronger. Whether you see art in a gallery or on the street, the artist is conveying a thought, a meaning, a purpose to the viewer. Well conversations about public art went from a whisper to a roar … Continue reading The Art Among Us
The three unique small park areas are available for artists to submit proposals for installation. AIPPC is offering $1000 to each artist chosen. Concepts, materials and lifetime of materials (withstand duration of installation outdoors). The sites are: 1. The small city park on Compromise St in front of the Fleet Reserve. 2. A triangular traffic … Continue reading Art in Public Places Commission – Call for Entry & Invitation
12th Annual Small Wonders Exhibitionat MFA Circle Gallery 18 State Circle Annapolis MDOpen Juried ExhibitionONLINE ENTRY HEREThe Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) invites all artists residing in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico to enter its 12th Small Wonders competition. Any original 2-D or 3-D work meeting exhibition guidelines and size restrictions, will … Continue reading Open Call to Artists – Small Wonders – A Big Show of Small Works
In her monthly gallery column, MFA artist Patrice Drago posted the question "How do you define art?" http://www.capitalgazette.com/entertainment/local_entertainment/the-gallery-how-do-you-define-art/article_52fd5929-d241-50ed-a46c-cb0b627e9a74.html So - what are your answers? Here's what MFA Executive Director Joann Vaughan had to say: As always - great thoughts, Patrice. To me, art - whether visual art, performing art, literary art, is an expression of … Continue reading how do you define art?