Exhibition Calendar


Exhibition Calendar


Current & Upcoming

    Past shows…

    • Art Educators' Exhibition: In Practice

      Greater Reston Arts Center July 17–August 22, 2015. This group exhibition celebrates the accomplishments of art educators who not only support and encourage the creativity of others, but also maintain a disciplined studio practice of their own.
    • Fresh! | Young Collectors Show

      JanKossen Contemporary, New York July 16–August 15, 2015. JanKossen Contemporary is pleased to present our inaugural juried exhibition “FRESH!” featuring works by 15 emerging artists.
    • Post-Photography: Beyond the Print

      Target Gallery, Torpedo Factory October 25–November 30, 2014. 13 artists experiment with alternative applications of traditional photographic images through a variety of work in wood, glass, fabric, and other media.
    • Talents Contemporains 2012

      Fondation François Schneider, Wattwiller, France October 4–December 28, 2014. Le Grand Jury International présidé par Jean-Noël Jeanneney a communiqué la liste des lauréats des « Talents Contemporains 2012″ à l’occasion de l’inauguration du Centre d’art contemporain le 16 mai 2013. Exposition jusqu’au 28 décembre 2014
    • Dealing with Trauma through Art Making

      Holy Family University Gallery October 3, 2014 – October 29, 2014. 13 artists from across the US are exhibiting work that addresses the fact that the making of art images can have a therapeutic effect. Through image making an artist can release energy, explore inner thoughts and discover personal dimensions.
    • Positive ID: Bodies and Subjectivities in Photography

      The Gallery at NOVA-Woodbridge August 26, 2014 – September 26, 2014. The first exhibition of NOVA’s 2014/15 season, Positive ID will be featuring twelve emerging photographers from across the country.
    • Some Things I Can't Explain

      Fine Art Gallery, GMU VA April 20–29, 2014 The façade of control, permanence, and the struggle to maintain its illusion slides back and forth between the inescapable realization of what is real and what is perceived to be real (hope).
    • PhotoSpiva 2014

      George A. Spiva Center for the Arts Joplin, M0. March 8–May 4, 2014 PhotoSpiva is a national competition hosted annually by Spiva Center for the Arts. Founded in 1977, PhotoSpiva has become the longest-running photographic competition of its kind in the U.S.
    • Take Flight

      The Kiernan Gallery, Lexington, VA. March 2–29, 2014 ForTake Flight, The Kiernan Gallery seeks images of and about defying gravity. Humans have always desired to take to the skies. Fascinated by flight, we construct machines to propel us into the air.
    • Significant Details

      Verizon Gallery, VA. February 24, 2014 – March 24, 2014 "Life is not about significant details, illuminated in flash, fixed forever. Photographs are." ~ Susan Sontag, On Photography
    • 2nd Annual MFA/MA Juried Show

      Nelson Gallery Lexington, VA February 1–28, 2014
    • Choice

      Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA December 12, 2013 – January 12, 2014. In observance of the 40th anniversary of Roe vs Wade and in support of women’s reproductive rights in the United States, the Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art (NCWCA) is sponsoring the national juried exhibition Choice.
    • Common Pulse Festival: Intersecting Abilities

      Durham Art Gallery, Ontario Canada September 7–29, 2013 Looking at art and disability differently. Disability gives us unique voices and diverse perspectives, the very core of what we expect art to bring to our lives, challenging us, individually and collectively, to expand the way we think about the world an
    • San Francisco International Photography Exhibition

      Gallery Photographica, San Francisco, CA July 13–28, 2013 Gallery Photographica produces juried exhibitions of outstanding photography from around the world.
    • Academy 2013: Annual MFA / BFA Invitational

      CONNERSMITH, Washington DC July 13–August 24, 2013 CONNERSMITH. presents emerging artists in meaningful dialogue with established international artists.

      Manifest, Cincinnati, OH July 7–August 9, 2013 Building upon the philosophy of the Rites of Passage exhibits for undergrads, each year Manifest offers a similar opportunity to graduate students for exhibiting at Manifest.
    • Subversion

      Greenbelt Community Center Art Gallery June 10–August 23, 2013 Solo photography show by Rahshia Linendoll-Sawyer exploring bubbling underwater worlds of imagination. Greenbelt Community Center Art Gallery Reception: Sunday, August 4, 1:30-3:00pm.
    • Photo/Video 13: Juried Mid-Atlantic Exhibition

      ARTISPHERE Terrace Gallery, Arlington, VA June 7–August 9, 2013 Photo/Video 13 provides DC-area audiences the opportunity to engage with works by photographers and video artists from the Mid-Atlantic region. It also serves as a forum for regional artists to showcase and sell their work.
    • Humans Being II

      Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL May 10–June 20, 2013 Woman Made Gallery (WMG) presents a group exhibition with works by 38 artists, curated by Riva Lehrer. Humans Being II is an exhibit that focuses on the experience of disability as explored through contemporary art. Included are painting, drawing, sculpt
    • Body and Brain

      Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL May 10–June 20, 2013 What does it mean to “know something” in the body? What are the implications when our hair stands on end in fear, when we feel a rush of adrenalin, or just feel truth in our gut?
    • Open Water

      Kiernan Gallery
 Lexington, VA May 1, 2013 – June 1, 2013 Water has a long history as subject matter for artists. It is revered for its beauty as well as respected and feared for its unpredictable nature. Water carves our landscapes, making rivers and streams. It provides sustenance, recreation, and transport.
    • 2013 EMERGE Exhibition

      Center Gallery at the Midwest Center for Photography, Wichita, KA April 26–May 10, 2013
    • Mysterious Visions: Dreams, Fantasies, & Mirages

      PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, VT April 23–May 18, 2013 In particular, the show draws on photography’s ability to make visible scenes that never were or could be. It also brings together images of the real world that are seen or framed unexpected ways.
    • Fine Art Photography Competition 2013

      ArtSpace Herndon, Herndon, VA April 23–May 26, 2013
    • 1st Annual GMU MFA Exhibit

      SOA Fine Art Gallery, GMU Fairfax, VA April 6, 2013 – April 6, 2013
    • 8th Photographic Image Biennial Juried Exhibition

      Wellington B. Gray Gallery at East Carolina University January 24–February 23, 2013 Artwork included in the 8th Photographic Image Biennial Exhibition will be on view January 24 through February 23, 2013, in the Wellington B. Gray Gallery on the campus of East Carolina University. The juror, Sam Wang, will present
    • The National Juried Photography Exhibit

      The Delaplaine, Frederick, MDNovember 5–25, 2012Selected to participate in the 2012 National Juried Photography Exhibit at the Delaplaine Arts Center. Photographers and works selected by juror William F. Stapp.
    • International Juried Photography Exhibition 2012: 12 12 Gallery

      12 12 Gallery, Richmond, VA October 28, 2012 – February 13, 2013International Juried Photography Exhibition 2012, the exhibition juror, Ignatius Widiapradja, Associate Professor of Art and Design, Drake University.
    • Still Life: The Art of Arrangement

      The Kiernan Gallery, Lexington, VAOctober 3–27, 2012From Dutch masters’ paintings to contemporary photography, the still life has played an important role in art history.
    • The Art of Photography Show 2012

      San Diego Art Institute, San Diego CASeptember 29–November 11, 2012The Art of Photography Show is an established and critical force in the world of contemporary photography. Now in its 8th year, this presentation of world class photography is truly exquisite.
    • Love, Hate & Everything In Between

      Stonecrop Gallery, Ogunquit, MaineSeptember 7, 2012 – October 7, 2012A group show: Love, Hate, & Everything In Between to run September 7th through October 7th.
    • The 5th annual Cork Street Open Exhibition

      Cork Steet, LondonAugust 23–31, 2012The purpose of Cork Street Open Exhibitions is to provide an opportunity for both emerging and establish artists from around the world to gain exposure and sell their work while benefiting a selected charity.

      Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio July 13–August 10, 2012Building upon the philosophy of the Rites of Passage exhibits for undergrads, each year Manifest offers a similar opportunity to graduate students for exhibiting at Manifest.