Join MPA for two Youth Art Shows celebrating works by Fairfax County Public School elementary, middle and high school art students from both the McLean and Langley pyramids.
Working with the humble material of recycled corrugated cardboard, Artemis Herber creates massive depictions of space and place. Devoid of people, the works insist on viewer interaction. "Erratic Landscapes: New Works by Artemis Herber" opens April 12, 2018 at MPA@ChainBridge.
Registration is now open for McLean Project for the Arts Summer Art Camps, this year featuring Art+Storytelling, Monotype Printmaking for Teens, and the Vosler Young Artists' Studio.
MPA has 37 ArtReach tours scheduled for the first few months of 2018 alone. We look forward to engaging with these Title I Fairfax County Public School students, seniors, and special needs members of our community to expand visual arts education.
Too Much of Too Much Call for Entries: MPA seeks works by artists who explore the idea of overstimulation, excessiveness and bombardment.
Erratic Landscapes: New Works by Artemis Herber will be on display at the Bullock | Hitt Gallery at MPA@ChainBridge April 12 through June 3, 2018.
Designed to expand visual arts education throughout the community, MPA’s ArtReach program currently serves 3,000 students, seniors and members of special needs communities annually.
Mon – Thur 10 AM – 9:30 PM
Fri – Sat 10 AM – 4 PM
Closed for Renovation