Join us on most First Saturdays, 3–5 pm for new exhibitions openings. View upcoming dates here. Admission to our galleries is free!


FOCUS: Michael Hunter Thompson

Night Walker
November 7–December 27

Late Shift

In this photographic series, Thompson presents a collection of images exploring how every-day, mundane structures and experiences come to life after nightfall.

Join the artist after nightfall for a Night Photo Walk Workshop on Saturday, November 14, 7–9 pm


FOCUS: National Juried Photography Exhibition

Selected photographs by regional and national artists
November 7–29

Spring Returns with Persephone by Jose Rosapepe, 2018 NJPE First Place Award Winner

CALL FOR ENTRIES: Artists residing within the U.S. are invited to enter up to three photographs for consideration. All photographs (black & white, color, non silver, computer-manipulated, digital, or pinhole) are eligible. Click here for more information on the National Juried Photography Exhibition and to enter your artwork.


Frederick Camera Clique

Members Exhibition
December 5–27

Untitled by Norma Levett

For more than 30 years, the Frederick Camera Clique has dedicated itself to improving the skills of its members, which range from beginners to semi-professionals. Vote for your favorite photo at the opening on First Saturday, December 5. The group will recognize the photo with the most votes as the 2020 People’s Choice Award Winner.

Clustered Spires Quilt Guild

Fiber works
December 5–27

Along the Canal by Danita Frisby

Founded in 1999, the Clustered Spires Quilt Guild welcomes quilters of all skill levels as they advance in their mastery of working with fiber. Trees gives a nod to the many quilts and quilters that are rooted in the group’s past, and which have led to the varied works they create today. 


Maremi Andreozzi

Lady Lineage
Acrylic paintings
December 5–January 31

Catherine de Medici

Andreozzi’s paintings reintroduce female artists, queens, pirates, witches, warriors, and more through a contemporary lens and allow a renewed study of their narratives. By examining the power of recording, archiving, and remembering, a new, more inclusive conversation emerges.


Ken Bachman

Different Perspectives
Oil paintings
December 5–January 31

Parkway Glow

Bachman abandons the commonality of certain scenes by manipulating perspective, light, shadow, and color to create newly unique locations on canvas.


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