Creative Voices + Cultural Happeningsin Montgomery County, MD
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Looking for summer fun that’s social, creative and absolutely free? Artists and Makers Studios in Rockville has a great idea: First Friday.
Artist Normon Greene celebrates that people come in all colors and sizes, with more similarities than differences, in, “Colored Folk: We Come in Every Shade,” an exhibition on view through July 28 at the Sandy Spring Museum.
Baltimore based artist blurs the lines of realism with paint-like photographs in "Amped Up"
In Kaleidoscopes: Spectrum, kaleidoscope artists from around the world explore the enchantment of these prismatic pieces.
In celebration of Arab American History Month, a collection of Taame’s work is on view through June 24 at the Activity Center at Bohrer Park in Gaithersburg.
Looking for the intersection of science, math and art? Rockville Town Center, where the art collective known as Really Large Numbers (RLN) has opened its newest installation, “Birth of a Star,” to the public.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, The Bender JCC’s Goldman Art Gallery is proud to present a visual testament to the vibrant women of our community with an exhibit of photographs taken by professional photographer, Melissa McGowan.
Four Montgomery County, MD freelance sports photojournalists team up to present their reflections on the stories behind their sporting news images.
In recognition of African American History Month, the City of Gaithersburg Multicultural Affairs Committee is showing Sandra Davis’ work in a solo exhibition, “Strength, Beauty and Sisterhood”
Nicole Salimbene walks daily to her Takoma Park studio on Maple Avenue where she puts in between four and eight hours – sometimes she’s drawing, sometimes painting, sewing, rolling paper or arranging found items for her artistic installations, or completing administrative tasks like writing grant proposals. Lori Anne Boocks has a studio in the basement View more