This Week at SJC Annapolis

Here are some events happening September 15-21 on the Annapolis campus. To see more programs and events, click here.

Students: Check your SJC e-mail for the weekly calendar that lists information about activities, clubs, math and writing assistance, and more.

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Mitchell Gallery Celebrates 25 Years

Mitchell Gallery Celebrates 25 Years

Save the date: September 17 for Art Express. Lucinda Edinberg will give a lunchtime gallery talk on the “Annapolis Collects” exhibition from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m.

The event celebrates the Mitchell Gallery, which was founded 25 years ago with the mission to bring art and related educational programs to the St. John's College and surrounding communities. The current exhibit runs through October 12, and features selected works from private collections and historic houses in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County that span a wide range of tastes, styles, and periods.

Click the Mitchell Gallery logo for additional information about the exhibit.

Faces of Annapolis: People and Places Inspire Alum


Artist Carlin Menzin, an alumna of the SJC Graduate Institute, created a series of nine woodblock prints abstractly based on her time in Annapolis. 

From a portrait of “Granny” to a scene on State Circle, the colorful prints will be on display starting Thursday in the Cheney Gallery on the second floor at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts.

Menzin (AGI13) wrote short narratives about her work, based on real and fictional imagery. Her series explores the relationship between biography, fiction, and imagery.

“I don't think of myself as either a historian or a biographer, and these works are not meant to be history or biography. But I do make pictures of people and their places. Inevitably, this means that I cast my subjects in a light that reflects both them and me.“

Meet Menzin at an opening reception for “Faces of Annapolis” on Thursday from 5:30-7 p.m. The exhibit will run through October 25 at Maryland Hall.

Shakespeare exhibit at Greenfield Library St. John's College Annapolis

Shakespeare’s Arrival at St. John’s College

The Greenfield Library’s new exhibit, created by Hollis Thoms (AGI06), shows the introduction of the works of William Shakespeare to St. John’s College in the 19th century.

The exhibit features archival materials from the Greenfield Library’s collection, including an acquisition ledger showing the possible first Shakespeare volumes added to the St. John’s College library in 1871. (Click the photo for additional information.)

Thoms will be giving a talk on November 5 at 3 p.m. in the Lilian Vanous Nutt Room in the Greenfield Library. The exhibit runs through December 17.