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Arts

The Montgomery County Campus hosts a vibrant series of ongoing arts exhibits in our 9605 Building Atrium and in the Academic & Research Building cafe.

The campus will showcase the work of Jennifer Droblyen. The theme of the exhibit is "sting," with pieces focusing on bees and jellyfish. - See more at: http://mcc.jhu.edu/calendar/events/view/106/redirTo:L2NhbGVuZGFyL2V2ZW50cy9pbmRleC8yMDE0LzA0#sthash.vMWABogX.dpuf
The campus will showcase the work of Jennifer Droblyen. The theme of the exhibit is "sting," with pieces focusing on bees and jellyfish. - See more at: http://mcc.jhu.edu/calendar/events/view/106/redirTo:L2NhbGVuZGFyL2V2ZW50cy9pbmRleC8yMDE0LzA0#sthash.vMWABogX.dpuf
The campus will showcase the work of Jennifer Droblyen. The theme of the exhibit is "sting," with pieces focusing on bees and jellyfish. - See more at: http://mcc.jhu.edu/calendar/events/view/106/redirTo:L2NhbGVuZGFyL2V2ZW50cy9pbmRleC8yMDE0LzA0#sthash.vMWABogX.dpuf

MCPS Student artworkPast exhibits have featured artists from local high schools, Leadership Montgomery, Osher at JHU, the Hispanic community via the COLORES Gallery Night, and adults with autism in partnership with the Madison House Autism Foundation. We’ve also featured many other local, talented artists, photographers, and community members in single or small group shows. Recent exhibits have included the work of urban archaeologist photographer Lewis Francis and the paintings of Kathy Karlson.

For information about art exhibits, email.