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5885 Robert Oliver Place
Columbia Maryland 21045 United States
The Meeting House Gallery in Columbia, MD, is seeking artists for an exhibition on environmental sustainability. Artists whose art addresses the interactions between people, their human-made environments and the natural world are invited to make a submission. In collaboration with the OMI Green Team, "eARTh: What's in Your Environment?", will run from April 20, 2024 - July 13, 2024. Artwork submissions in all media and styles will be considered for this juried exhibition. The gallery has a large atrium area that can accommodate 2-D artwork of all sizes, including wall sculptures up to 30lbs. Display cases are available for 3-D artwork. The Meeting House Gallery is housed in a multi-use facility that hosts religious congregations, a Montessori school, meetings and conferences, and social events. More than 3,000 people visit the building each week. Visit the Gallery at your convenience at 5885 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, MD 21045. Hours are 8:00am - 5:00pm Monday through Friday. Call 410-730-4090 on weekends. Closed on federal holidays. For information and an artist application ($30 for an individual or $100 for a group), visit our website at www.themeetinghouse.org/art-galleryor email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for submission is February 14, 2024.
Please share this announcement with other artists who may be interested in making a submission to The Meeting House Gallery for eARTh or another exhibition. Applications are accepted year-round. Thank you for your interest.
About the gallery: The Meeting House Gallery is a non-profit collaboration between Oakland Mills Interfaith (OMI) and a committee of volunteers. OMI hosts the Gallery in The Meeting House, an interfaith center and event venue in Columbia, MD. The Gallery offers artists in central Maryland and the surrounding area a spacious and light-filled gallery for displaying and selling their artwork. The art on display in the public areas of The Meeting House enlivens these spaces and is a delight to all those who visit the facility. This shared experience of art furthers the Gallery's mission of Exploring Diversity and Celebrating Unity through the Arts.