Mitchell Gallery

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Current Exhibition

Jacob Lawrence—Three Series of Prints:
Genesis | Toussaint L’Ouverture | Hiroshima

September 2–December 18, 2020

This exhibition features 31 graphic works created between 1983 and 1997 and includes his “Genesis” series of eight prints, 10 prints from the “Toussaint L’Ouverture” series, and his “Hiroshima” series of eight prints, and a collection of five other of Lawrence’s most significant prints.

About Mitchell Gallery

Mitchell Gallery on the St. John's College Campus

Located on the center of the St. John’s College campus, the Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Gallery is a hidden treasure in historic Annapolis, Maryland. The Gallery, which enjoys more than 10,000 visitors each year, hosts a diverse array of exhibitions and programs annually. Past shows have featured Shakespeare’s First Folio, celebrated artists such as Bruegel, Rembrandt, Matisse, Miro, Rodin, and Warhol, and centuries-old illuminated manuscripts, while others have highlighted the unique historical and artistic offerings of the Annapolis area. 

Support Mitchell Gallery


Funding and Support

The Mitchell Gallery relies on community commitment, through generous individual and corporate memberships, to fund its diverse exhibits and dynamic programs. We thank the following for their continuous funding and support:

Annapolis Subaru, Anne Arundel County, the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County, Chesapeake Medical Imaging and Mark Baganz and Laura Salladin, the City of Annapolis, Patrick Crossman, Keith and Katherine Dunleavy, Thomas P. Gohagan & Company, The Helena Foundation, the Maryland State Arts Council, the Estate of Elizabeth Myers Mitchell, the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors, Members of the Mitchell Gallery, Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, the John and Hilda Moore Fund, the Lillian Vanous Nutt Mitchell Gallery Endowment, PNC BankRex and Katharine Pingle, Anne S. Potter, and the Clare Eddy and Eugene V. Thaw Fine Arts Fund.

Gifts in kind: Graul’s Market, Historic Inns of Annapolis, Kathleen McSherry, Merrifield Graphics and Publishing Service, and Up.St.ART Annapolis.

Travel with the Mitchell Gallery

Oberammergau Passion Play and Cruising the Danube River

Postponed until 2022

Nestled in the storybook landscapes of the Bavarian Alps, more than 2,000 residents of the quaint hamlet of Oberammergau stage one of the world’s greatest dramatic performances: the extraordinarily produced Passion Play, founded on unique local history and a legacy that encompasses nearly four centuries.