About Mitchell Gallery
Tucked away on the back campus of St. John’s College, 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. Each spring, the Mitchell Gallery presents an exhibition of work by community and regional artists, and it is home to yearlong programming, including receptions, lectures and discussions with curators and collectors, hands-on creative workshops, and more. All exhibitions and most programs are free and open to the public.