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Are you artistic, like to create, and looking for like-minded spirits? Sandy Spring Museum has opportunities for artistic people to create, exhibit and sell art on site – both through the Museum’s gift shop and/or as a vendor at the annual, much-loved and highly attended Sandy Spring Museum’s Strawberry Festival.

Sandy Spring Museum is also host to art classes in a variety of themes, performance art shows, cultural art programs, exhibits and more.

Unite or reunite with other artists and meet fellow art enthusiasts, become acquainted with the people who enjoy what you enjoy. Build relationships around the shared appreciation of creativity and beauty, arts and crafts.

Upcoming events (5)

Artina: 2020 - LIGHT: A Scluptural Solar Dance

Sandy Spring Museum

ARTINA 2020: LIGHT: A Sculptural Solar Dance is the perfect outdoor activity to enjoy during these times of social distancing. This all-outdoor, juried sculpture garden by members of the Washington Sculptors Group (WSG) will be on exhibit from August 5 through November 7 throughout the rustic grounds of Sandy Spring Museum. Guests may view the exhibit during daylight hours, any day of the week, no reservations required. Indoor use of the facility, including restrooms will not be permitted. Guests are asked to use their discretion while enjoying the exhibit and to please wear a mask when encountering others who are onsite. About the Exhibit Under the reality of climate change, renewable energy offers solutions for the future. In this exhibit, artists use sculpture to explore the need for better environmental responsibility, re-imagining solar energy as an art form. Some artists adopted sunlight as the medium, subject matter, or energy source. Others explored how light, sun, and energy intersect, capturing the importance of sustainability: art made with sunlight—the energy source for life on Earth. Participating Artists Jean Kim - Sun Burst, Beyond the Spectrum Jeff Chyatte - Resolute II, Labyrinth Davide Prete - Renewable Energy Policies Ira Tattelman - Photosynthesis Carol Brown - Goldberg Sundance James Mallos - Noon Meeting, Equinoctal Beeline Marc Robarge - Tree of Illuminations Sarah Rodman - Be Here Now

Artina: 2020 - LIGHT: A Scluptural Solar Dance

Sandy Spring Museum

ARTINA 2020: LIGHT: A Sculptural Solar Dance is the perfect outdoor activity to enjoy during these times of social distancing. This all-outdoor, juried sculpture garden by members of the Washington Sculptors Group (WSG) will be on exhibit from August 5 through November 7 throughout the rustic grounds of Sandy Spring Museum. Guests may view the exhibit during daylight hours, any day of the week, no reservations required. Indoor use of the facility, including restrooms will not be permitted. Guests are asked to use their discretion while enjoying the exhibit and to please wear a mask when encountering others who are onsite. About the Exhibit Under the reality of climate change, renewable energy offers solutions for the future. In this exhibit, artists use sculpture to explore the need for better environmental responsibility, re-imagining solar energy as an art form. Some artists adopted sunlight as the medium, subject matter, or energy source. Others explored how light, sun, and energy intersect, capturing the importance of sustainability: art made with sunlight—the energy source for life on Earth. Participating Artists Jean Kim - Sun Burst, Beyond the Spectrum Jeff Chyatte - Resolute II, Labyrinth Davide Prete - Renewable Energy Policies Ira Tattelman - Photosynthesis Carol Brown - Goldberg Sundance James Mallos - Noon Meeting, Equinoctal Beeline Marc Robarge - Tree of Illuminations Sarah Rodman - Be Here Now

Artina: 2020 - LIGHT: A Scluptural Solar Dance

Sandy Spring Museum

ARTINA 2020: LIGHT: A Sculptural Solar Dance is the perfect outdoor activity to enjoy during these times of social distancing. This all-outdoor, juried sculpture garden by members of the Washington Sculptors Group (WSG) will be on exhibit from August 5 through November 7 throughout the rustic grounds of Sandy Spring Museum. Guests may view the exhibit during daylight hours, any day of the week, no reservations required. Indoor use of the facility, including restrooms will not be permitted. Guests are asked to use their discretion while enjoying the exhibit and to please wear a mask when encountering others who are onsite. About the Exhibit Under the reality of climate change, renewable energy offers solutions for the future. In this exhibit, artists use sculpture to explore the need for better environmental responsibility, re-imagining solar energy as an art form. Some artists adopted sunlight as the medium, subject matter, or energy source. Others explored how light, sun, and energy intersect, capturing the importance of sustainability: art made with sunlight—the energy source for life on Earth. Participating Artists Jean Kim - Sun Burst, Beyond the Spectrum Jeff Chyatte - Resolute II, Labyrinth Davide Prete - Renewable Energy Policies Ira Tattelman - Photosynthesis Carol Brown - Goldberg Sundance James Mallos - Noon Meeting, Equinoctal Beeline Marc Robarge - Tree of Illuminations Sarah Rodman - Be Here Now

Artina: 2020 - LIGHT: A Scluptural Solar Dance

Sandy Spring Museum

ARTINA 2020: LIGHT: A Sculptural Solar Dance is the perfect outdoor activity to enjoy during these times of social distancing. This all-outdoor, juried sculpture garden by members of the Washington Sculptors Group (WSG) will be on exhibit from August 5 through November 7 throughout the rustic grounds of Sandy Spring Museum. Guests may view the exhibit during daylight hours, any day of the week, no reservations required. Indoor use of the facility, including restrooms will not be permitted. Guests are asked to use their discretion while enjoying the exhibit and to please wear a mask when encountering others who are onsite. About the Exhibit Under the reality of climate change, renewable energy offers solutions for the future. In this exhibit, artists use sculpture to explore the need for better environmental responsibility, re-imagining solar energy as an art form. Some artists adopted sunlight as the medium, subject matter, or energy source. Others explored how light, sun, and energy intersect, capturing the importance of sustainability: art made with sunlight—the energy source for life on Earth. Participating Artists Jean Kim - Sun Burst, Beyond the Spectrum Jeff Chyatte - Resolute II, Labyrinth Davide Prete - Renewable Energy Policies Ira Tattelman - Photosynthesis Carol Brown - Goldberg Sundance James Mallos - Noon Meeting, Equinoctal Beeline Marc Robarge - Tree of Illuminations Sarah Rodman - Be Here Now

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Artina: 2020 - LIGHT: A Scluptural Solar Dance

Sandy Spring Museum

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