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Exhibition Schedule 2017-18

About Prints: The Legacy of Stanley William Hayter and Atelier 17

January 11 – February 25, 2018

Joan Miró, Composition sur Fond Vert, 1950-1.
Syracuse University Art Collection.
© 2016 Successió Miró / Artists Rights Society (ARS),
New York / ADAGP, Paris

Stanley William Hayter (1901-1988), a preeminent, influential printmaker, and founder of Atelier 17, was a strong advocate for experimentation and development of new printing techniques as a tool for artistic ideas. Hayter’s personal checklist of distinctive prints and their importance to the understanding of the graphic arts in the 20th century are featured in this exhibition of 54 works. Included are etchings, lithographs and other printmaking techniques by Marc Chagall, Henry Moore, and other significant visionaries and technical innovators such as André Masson, Max Ernst, Joan Miró, Karl Schrag, and Mauricio Lasansky.

This exhibition is generously supported by the Helena Foundation.

Organized by the Syracuse University Art Galleries.

January 14 Opening Family Program. Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg will lead a tour of the “About Prints” exhibition, followed by a hands-on activity from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

January 14 Let the Spirit Sing: A Martin Luther King Celebration concert at 3 p.m. Both programs are free and open to the public.

January 28 Try-It Workshop from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Exhibition related workshop associated with “About Prints,” led by artist Helen Frederick ( Members free; $15 for non-members. No experience necessary. Basic materials will be provided. Limited space, registration is required. Call 410-626-2556.

January 28 Curator’s Lecture. Domenic Iacono, Director, Syracuse University Art Galleries, will lecture on “About Prints: The Legacy of Stanley William Hayter and Atelier 17” at 4 p.m. in the Conversation Room, across from the Gallery. Mitchell Gallery members are invited to a wine and cheese reception immediately following the lecture. Become a member here.

February 7 Art Express Lunchtime Tour. Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg will give a lunchtime gallery talk on the “About Prints” exhibition from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m.

February 22 Book Club. Join members of the Mitchell Gallery Book Club for a docent tour of the “About Prints” exhibition followed by a discussion of a section of "My Life" by Marc Chagall from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Artists Jean Brinton Jaecks and Harry Jaecks will lead the discussion. Registration is required. Call 410-626-2556.

February 25 Sunday Afternoon Lecture. Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg will lead a tour of the “About Prints” exhibition at 3 p.m.

Robert Indiana: Love and Hope

March 8 – April 22, 2018

Robert Indiana Art Mitchell Gallery Annapolis St Johns
Robert Indiana, Book of Love, 1995, Fabricated metal, powder coat, and silkscreen in colors.
Curated by Michael McKenzie/American Image Art.

This retrospective exhibition chronicles the career of Robert Indiana from 1934 to 2017 and showcases many iconic images, including “EAT,” “LOVE,” and “HOPE.”

Two of his latest masterpieces, “Like a Rolling Stone,” a series featuring 1960s pop culture figure Bob Dylan and others, and “THE ALPHABET,” the definitive work labeling him as the world’s premiere word artist, will be featured in this collection of 55 pieces, some of which have never been shown. These works showcase Indiana’s unique method of working with the same image on paper, canvas, print, and in three dimensions.

Curated by Michael McKenzie/American Image Art.

This exhibition was organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA.

This exhibition is generously supported by Annapolis Subaru.

Annapolis Subaru Logo 2018

Additional support provided by Mark Baganz and Laura Salladin, Deborah Bowerman Coons and Jana Bowerman Sample, Anna E. Greenberg, What’s Up? Media, Tara B. Clifford, and an Anonymous Donor.

Mitchell Gallery Robert Indiana Poetry and PicasApril 21 Poetry and Picas: Celebrating Robert Indiana. Poets, both professional and amateur, will create personal poems on any subject related to Hope and Love, on demand! Poems will be created on vintage typewriters! 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Sites include:

  • Mitchell Gallery,St. John’s College
  • Hammond-Harwood House
  • Old Fox Books and Coffee Shop
  • Brice House
  • Market House at City Dock
  • Back Creek Books
  • Banneker-Douglass Museum
  • Annapolis Collection Gallery

St. John’s College Community Art Exhibition 2018

April 29 - May 13, 2018

This annual exhibition is a diverse collection of ceramics, paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, textiles, and photographs that elegantly represent the artistic talent of the college community.

New Dimensions: Works from the Anne Arundel Community College Arts Faculty

May 23 – June 13, 2018

The Visual Arts Faculty at Anne Arundel Community College are active working artists who are represented in some of Maryland’s finest galleries, in addition to their teaching duties. This exhibition of over 40 works highlights the diversity and breadth of their creativity in shown in paintings, prints, photographs, digital arts, mixed media, sculpture, and ceramics.

May 24 Artists Opening Reception from 5 to 7 p.m.