Whether you live nearby or are only in-town for a day or two, you are invited to visit the Mitchell Gallery and enjoy the beauty of the St. John’s College campus. We also welcome school and community groups. To make the most of your visit, consider taking advantage of our educational opportunities:
Enjoy a staff- or docent-led private tour. Call (410-626-2556) or email (mitchellgallery(at)sjc.edu) for a schedule or to make an arrangement for yourself or your group.
We offer a variety of learning opportunities with each exhibition. Descriptions and dates can be found on the college’s event calendar. These programs are open to the public and most are free of charge.
Are you as much of a book nerd as we are? Join us for one or more Mitchell Gallery Book Club readings. With most exhibitions, members of the St. John’s College community lead discussions on books that complement each exhibit. Dates are noted in the calendars.
As a member of the campus community, you will occasionally have special access to educational activities organized by the Mitchell Gallery that are not available to the broader public, as part of the Mitchell Gallery’s support of the Program and student life. These may include small workshops with visiting guests, conversation-based receptions, paid internships, and fellowships.
Want to learn more about art, art administration, art history, or curating? And get paid for it? During the school year, the Mitchell Gallery offers on-site paid internships up to 10 hours per week. Contact the Gallery director to learn more.
If you are looking for a summer internship, we keep a list of these opportunities at museums off campus as well that we can email you so you can apply directly. Contact the Career Development office if the internship you want is unpaid and they may be able to help you with financial support.
Want to spend part of your summer studying bronze casting in upstate New York and Paris? The Newington-Cropsey Foundation offers a fellowship to St. John’s College students to do just that. The application deadline is February 1. Contact the Gallery for more information.
Entrance to the Mitchell Gallery and restrooms are barrier-free. Please contact the Gallery if other assistance is required at 410-626-2556.
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60 College Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401
Mitchell Gallery is programming largely online through 2022 while renovations to Mellon Hall are underway. Please visit our online gallery, open 24/7.
Art of Our Time (1990)
The Collection of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (2004)
Magic, Myths and Minerals Puppeteer (2005)
Artist Joyce J. Scott (2010)
Joyce J Scott and fellow artists (2010)
Joyce J. Scott Family Program (2010)
Knights Crooks and Heroes, Children's Book Illustrator Lisa McCue and Mitchell Gallery Docent Jerri Falk (2011)
Ancient Bronzes (2011)