CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

sam-lacombe-email.png

SAM LACOMBE: 25 YEARS OF NEON

October 25-November 19, 2021

Gormley Gallery

Featuring paintings and gouaches of urban Americana graphic signage, which Lacombe transforms in poetic ways.

 

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

Art Gallery
Cracked Ice
Painter - Night 4.jpg

STUDENT EXHIBIT

December 6 - 10, 2021

LAID BARE

January 24 - February 25, 2022

33RD NATIONAL DRAWING & PRINT COMPETITIVE EXHIBITION

March 7 - April 14, 2022

 

PAST EXHIBITIONS

nature-vs-nuture-email.png
calenna-cauley-email.png
process-relationship-email.png

CAITLIN GILL:
NATURE VS. NURTURE

September 20-October 15, 2021

Exploring the notion of femininity and its relationship to nature and culture.

CALENNA CAULEY: A DIVE INTO MY MIND

August 30-September 11, 2021

Thesis exhibition by Notre Dame of Maryland University art student Calenna Cauley '21

PROCESS = RELATIONSHIP

May 3-14, 2021

Featuring process-based work by graduate and undergraduate students in the Art Therapy programs at Notre Dame of Maryland University. This exhibition was on view in the physical gallery space only -- no virtual exhibition.

drawing-print-exhibit-2021-fb.png
looking-at-leadership-fb.jpg
student-exhibit-2020-email.png

32ND NATIONAL DRAWING & PRINT COMPETITIVE EXHIBITION

March 22-April 23, 2021

Juried by Alex Ebstein and featuring work by 21 artists from across the country

LOOKING AT LEADERSHIP

January 25-March 5, 2021

Curated by Sarah B. McCann, this exhibition celebrates leaders and examines the values needed to lead.

STUDENT EXHIBIT

December 7-18, 2020

Annual salon-style exhibition of artwork made by students enrolled in fall courses in the Art and Art Therapy departments at Notre Dame of Maryland University.

recording-history-social.jpg
drawing-print-exhibit-2020-fb-event (2).

RECORDING HISTORY

October 26 - November 27, 2020

Examining art’s role in recording history and documenting our lived experience of it.

31ST NATIONAL DRAWING & PRINT COMPETITIVE EXHIBITION

September 9 - October 16, 2020

Juried by Doreen Bolger, Former Director of the Baltimore Museum of Art, and featuring 50 artists from across the United States.