2017 Season Schedule

February 3 – March 22  /  Reception: February 4th
Smithsonian Institute “THE WAY WE WORKED” Exhibit Partner
Highlighting the Glass Industry at the Gilchrist Museum

April 7 – April 30  /  Reception: April 8th
“STORIED FIGURES” 
Jamison Odone – Children’s Author and Illustrator
Andrew Thorne – Sculptor 

May 5 – May 28  /  Reception: May 6th
“NATURE AND HISTORY”
Mike Cope – Turned Wood Artist 
Community Art Collections

June 2 – June 25  /  Reception: June 3rd
“NATURE IN ART”
Mary Bode Byrd – Acrylic Painter
Teresa Shields – Fiber Artist

June 30 – July 30   /  Reception: July 1st
“FORM AND FUNCTION”
Bill Dunlap – Painter
Lisa Morshead – Jewelry Designer

August 4 – August 24  /  Reception: August 5th

John David – Abstract Painter 

August 19 - 10th Annual Gilchrist Gala

September 1 – September 24   /  Reception: September 2nd
“RELATIONS”
Bill Pfaff – Painter & Debbie Pfaff – Sculptor
Chris Blom – Poet & Einer Johnson – Photographer
Iris Halmos- Painter & Nicole Halmos - Painter

September 29 – October 29  /   Reception: September 30th
“ESCAPES”
Susan Sykes – Painter
Josh Brown – Painter/Ceramicist

November 24 – December 17  /   Reception: November 24th
"ART FOR GIVING"

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Call for Entries: Gilchrist 2017 'Art for Giving'’ 

The C. William Gilchrist Museum of the Arts, 104 Washington St, Cumberland MD will present their annual ‘ART FOR GIVING’ exhibition from November 24 through December 17. The museum is seeking entries from visual artists who wish to display and sell their original artwork in any medium during the 2017 Holiday Season.

Artist drop-off dates for the exhibition are: November 10 (Friday), 3-7pm and November 11 (Saturday), 10am-3pm. Artist registration forms will be available on the submission days. Each artist is allowed two (2) entries of original work. The gallery staff shall have sole discretion with regard to the manner in which submitted items will be installed and displayed. At least (1) artwork will be hung for the exhibit opening reception. Depending on space availability, the 2nd artwork may be reserved until after the 1st is sold. Two dimensional works should be securely wired for hanging (no saw tooth) and each piece should be labeled on the front with: title, medium, artist name, and selling price. There is no fee for submissions. The Gilchrist will retain a 30% commission from the price of all art sold during the exhibition.

Questions concerning ‘ART FOR GIVING’ should be directed to gilchristgalleryandmuseum@gmail.com, by calling (301) 724-5800, or by visiting Facebook. You may learn more about the museum at gilchristgallery.com.