Welcome to MFA

Focal Point

On display at Circle Gallery from January 25 - February 24

slider image credit: Tyler Mitchell, Osmosis of a Pixelated Breakdown of Culture Through the Envelopment of the Void,

Working for a Living

entry deadline: March 12

slider image credit: Nancy McKittrick Stark, Yard Work

2018 Artist Workshop Series: What is a Tweet Anyways?!


March 3 at The Commons

slider image credit: Elizabeth J Cadwalader, Rain on Flagstone

There's No Place Like Home

On display in Curve Gallery from February 15 - March 31

slider image credit: phillip schewe, Gowanus Canal

Lowe House Gallery Exhibition

On display at Lowe House Gallery from January 16 - April 9

slider image credit: vatsala menon, SENTINEL OF HOPE

Anne Sieling & Marilyn Ugiansky

Currently exhibiting at Paul's Homewood Cafe February 5 - April 2

We Are MFA

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Maryland Federation of Art

MUCH MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE

Exhibiting current work by living artists

MFA allows artists from around the world, both members and non-members, to participate in open-juried exhibitions.

We bring current and innovative art to the community by providing exhibitions
and professional development for emerging and established artists.

Hospice Cup Competition

Holley Gallery: drop off from Feb. 25 - 27

Working for a Living

Curve Gallery: deadline March 12

Paint Annapolis 2018

Paint Annapolis Competition: Entry deadline January 18

There’s No Place Like Home

Curve Gallery: notification

Art on Paper

Circle Gallery: on display at Circle Gallery beginning March 29

Focal Point

Circle Gallery: on display until February 24

Paul’s Homewood Cafe

Anne Sieling and Marilyn Ugiansky: exhibiting now - April 2

Lowe House Gallery Exhibition

Lowe House Gallery: on display at Lowe House Gallery from January 16 – April 9

Videos

MFA videos

Artist Workshop Series

MFA Sponsored Event

In the Bag!

Circle Gallery

For more than 50 years, Maryland Federation of Art has been dedicated to bringing art into our daily environments.

We maintain the oldest continuously operating non-profit gallery in the state.

Become a Collector

Find artwork you love by getting to know our artists. Why buy generic art for your home when you can have original artwork you choose, not work chosen for you.

Artists: Find the right place for you

Find the Exhibition Opportunity that’s right for you. We provide artists with many different types of exhibition opportunities at our varied venues so you’ll find what type of location and/or exhibition works for you.

Come see for yourself

Stop by MFA galleries to change up the day to day. Get your art fix without having to go to a big city.

We have a lot of PARTIES!

Yes, totally cliché but true, we love cheese and wine. The best part about that: we share!
Come to our Sunday receptions and mingle, enjoy, and shop!

Get involved!

You don’t have to be an artist to join in all the MFA festivities. You can volunteer with us, attend our events, and give back to the community by helping us grow and keep art alive in our communities.

Give and you shall receive

Our fundraisers are designed to not only keep our doors open but to give back to our supporters. Its all about art and artists…art on our walls, art on your walls…and doesn’t everyone love art!

Membership is available to artists around the world. Discounted rates, special opportunities, and lots of exposure. See what our members are making:

MFA Headquarters: Circle Gallery
18 State Circle, Annapolis MD 21401 | 410-268-4566 | info@mdfedart.org
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32
annual exhibitions
570
Members

New art inspires new ideas.
Ideas have the power to transform our understanding of what tomorrow can be.
Ideas can also inspire growth: the growth of our cities, our communities, and each individual who resides there.

Art in Maryland is building a bridge between people, ideas, and perceptions.

Continue to the full MFA Blog to learn more!

 

MFA Blog