Mitchell Gallery

World class art located in the heart of Annapolis at St. John’s College.

Mitchell Gallery News & Highlights




Go to the Frank E. Schoonover exhibition page

Current Exhibition

Lens and Brush: Works of American Illustrator Frank E. Schoonover

In the online gallery April 1–May 16, 2021.

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Unseen Treasures!

Our docents have stepped up to talk about some of the pieces in the St. John’s collection that are generally never seen by the public.

See videos about works in the St. John’s collection

What's In the Online Gallery?

The current exhibition is “Lens and Brush: Works by American Illustrator Frank E. Schoonover.” April 1–May 16, 2021.

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How do I become a member?

Members support the gallery in many ways. Membership also has its perks.

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How can I make a donation

It's easy to support local art with an online donation, or call us at 410-626-2556.

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About Us

Located on the center of the St. John’s College campus, the Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Gallery hosts a diverse array of exhibitions and programs annually.

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Current Exhibition Season

Each academic year, we feature several exhibitions. A variety of programs and events are available for each exhibition, most of them free and open to the public.

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Educational Opportunities

Mitchell Gallery can customize tours and programs for your group.

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Travel with the Mitchell Gallery

Trips are postponed for now. See where we've been, and where we plan to go next.

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Sponsors

We are grateful for our sponsors and supporters who make our programs and events possible.

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Arts Council of Anne Arundel County
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Chesapeake Medical Imaging
Maryland State Arts Council