Galleries

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BlackRock Center for the Arts provides gallery space for the creative expression of artists and the active engagement of audiences of all ages. With two galleries presenting a diverse program of exhibitions and gallery education activities for all ages, our nonprofit arts center offers the community multiple opportunities to experience and explore the visual arts. Please join us for free monthly Gallery Receptions, where you can meet artists and fellow art lovers, enjoy light refreshments, and engage in discussions about the work on exhibit in both galleries. Admission to the galleries is free.

 

Exhibitions & Events

BlackRock presents exhibitions of contemporary art by emerging and established artists which change monthly in the Main Gallery and Terrace Gallery. An expanding program of Gallery Events now includes free Family Programs, Gallery Tours for groups of all ages, Lectures, Artist Talks and Demonstrations.

To learn about Gallery Exhibitions, Events & Opportunities, click on the links below:

Main Gallery Exhibitions

Terrace Gallery Exhibitions 

Gallery Events

Exhibition Opportunities

Gallery Hours

Monday – Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.*

Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.* (when classes are in session)

Sunday: Closed* (open when performances or classes are being offered)

*Galleries are also open in the evening and on weekends when classes and performances are being offered at BlackRock. Galleries are closed on certain dates when private events are scheduled or new exhibits are being installed. Please call (301) 528-2260 to confirm gallery open hours before you visit.

Admission is Free!

Gallery Tours

To plan a Gallery Tour for your group, please call the Gallery Director at (240) 912-1050.

Opportunities

Gallery Volunteer Opportunities:

BlackRock seeks volunteers who are interested in welcoming artists and visitors to the gallery, leading gallery tours or art making activities, supporting gallery special events, and working on gallery projects. Prospective volunteers should be interested in contemporary art, enjoy interacting with the public, and be able to make a regular commitment. If you are interested in becoming a Gallery Volunteer, please contact Faith Schmidt, Volunteer Coordinator, by calling 301-528-2260 or by email: fschmidt@blackrockcenter.org.

Gallery Internships:

BlackRock offers both academic internships (for high school or college course credit) and professional internships (for professional experience). If you are interested in applying for an internship assisting with our gallery exhibitions and gallery educational programs, please send a cover letter and resume to Anne Burton, Gallery Director, via email: aburton@blackrockcenter.org.

Support Gallery Programming

Focused on both visual and performing arts, BlackRock is a 501(c)3 nonprofit arts center that takes a multidisciplinary approach to the presentation of art and provides opportunities for artists and the community to connect in a welcoming and intimate setting. Since 2002, BlackRock has been the center for cultural exploration in Upper Montgomery County Maryland, presenting contemporary visual art exhibitions, live performances, concerts, film screenings, social dances and other special events as well as classes, camps and workshops in the visual and performing arts. We rely on donations from supporters like you to provide free public programs in our galleries.  Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to BlackRock today.

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