#GivingTuesday Thank You

#GivingTuesday Thank You

Please join us in celebrating…we met our goal of $15,000!
Thank you to all our amazing donors and a special thanks to our matching gift donors, Pamela and David Danner.
If you didn’t have the chance to donate today, please consider supporting us through our upcoming Annual Giving campaign.

Now Showing

Now Showing

Join MPA now through Feb. 19 for our two newest exhibitions. "Give and Take: Building Form" (Emerson Gallery) will feature abstract wood sculpture by Emilie Benes Brzezinski, Rachel Rotenberg, Foon Sham, and Norma Schwartz. The Atrium Gallery will feature "Intersectional Painting: Works by Sheila Crider." Exhibitions underwritten by Pamela and David Danner.

Register Now for Winter Art Classes

Register Now for Winter Art Classes

Come in from the cold and join MPA for an exciting lineup of Winter/Spring art classes for all ages and abilities. MPA's lineup includes some of our long-time favorites, as well as exciting new options. Classes will take place online and in our DuVal Studio.

Call for Exhibition Proposals

Call for Exhibition Proposals

MPA currently seeks solo exhibition proposals for our Spring 2022 exhibitions. Contemporary living artists working in the Mid-Atlantic region are invited to submit exhibition or project proposals for display in MPA's Emerson and Atrium Galleries. Submission deadline: January 17, 2022.

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This is MPA

In our changing world, MPA exhibits, educates, and inspires. Hear from our leaders and community members about what makes MPA so special.

“Childrens Arc” (1991) and “White Oak Verticals (1998) by Emilie Brzezinski

Brzezinski Gift

MPA announces gift of artist Emilie Benes Brzezinski’s work. MPA will accept the mantle to establish the next chapter of her spectacular body of work. The gift was announced at MPA’s ArtSprings! Virtual Benefit in April.

Sheila Crider, Climbing Up the Rough Side

Winter Exhibitions

Join MPA this winter for Give and Take: Building Formfeaturing work by Emilie Benes Brzezinski, Rachel Rotenberg, Foon Sham and Norma Schwartz (Emerson Gallery) and Intersectional Painting: Works by Sheila Crider (Atrium Gallery).

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Visit Our Galleries

The Atrium Gallery Exhibition is available for viewing during MCC operating hours. The Emerson Gallery exhibit is open for visitors Tues.-Fri. from 1-4pm and Sat. from 10am–3pm.

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