Exhibitions

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The City of Greenbelt hosts rotating displays of visual art in the venues described below. Our programming supports a dynamic presence for contemporary art in community life. All venues are multi-use spaces serving a diverse audience of all ages. 

The Greenbelt Community Center Art Gallery

The Greenbelt Community Center hosts curated exhibitions of contemporary art in diverse media in its first floor gallery. Shows feature both established and emerging artists with original, thought-provoking work of professional quality. Exhibitions are typically on view for 5-6 weeks, with an emphasis on solo and thematic small group shows (by invitation).The gallery is accessible to the public Monday through Saturday from 9am to 10pm, and Sunday from 9am to 7pm, whenever it is not reserved for meetings or special events. The Center is located at 15 Crescent Road. To confirm the schedule for a specific day, call 301-397-2208.

The Greenbelt Municipal Building - Council Chambers

Exhibitions at the Greenbelt Municipal Building position the arts at the center of civic life. Programming celebrates the artistry of people of all ages who live, work, study and play in Greenbelt. Shows rotate quarterly and primarily feature invited groups. The Chambers are accessible to the public Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm whenever the room is not reserved for meetings or special programs. The address is 25 Crescent Road. To confirm the schedule for a specific day, contact abelton@greenbeltmd.gov or call 301-474-8000. 

Greenbelt Aquatic & Fitness Center

Greenbelt Recreation displays 2-dimensional fine art by local creators at this venue, which has the highest attendance of all our exhibition spaces. Artwork remains on display for a minimum of 3 months.The space is accessible to the public Monday through Friday from 6am to 10pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 9:00pm. Admission fees apply. The Center is located at 101 Centerway. For more information, call 301-397-2204.

Having Your Work Considered

Artists are welcome to share their work for consideration at any time. Please write to Nicole DeWald, Arts Supervisor. Attach an artist's resume and include a link to a website or dropbox where your images can be viewed.