The McLean Art Society opens The Show Must Go On, Tuesday, March 2, 2021 in the Atrium Gallery of McLean Project for the Arts. A juried exhibition featuring the work of 20 local artists working in an array of media, The Show Must Go On will be on display through Saturday, March 13, 2021. The exhibit was juried by Jessica Mickey, an Arlington Artists Alliance member and former co-director of Gallery Underground in Arlington. Ms. Mickey has won multiple awards for her paintings, and was recently highlighted in Elan Magazine’s March 2020 issue.
The Show Must Go On, presented by members of the McLean Art Society
Featuring the work of 20 members of the McLean Art Society
Juror: Jessica Mickey, former co-director of Gallery Underground
March 2 – 13, 2021
Monday – Saturday 10am-6pm
McLean Project for the Arts’ Atrium Gallery in the McLean Community Center*
1234 Ingleside Avenue
*Masks and social distancing required
McLean Project for the Arts
Exhibits. Educates. Inspires
McLean Project for the Arts (MPA) is one of the mid-Atlantic region’s most respected contemporary visual arts organizations. MPA provides high-quality art exhibitions showcasing the work of established and emerging artists, educational programs, art classes, MPAartfest, summer art camps, and ArtReach, an award-winning program serving students in grades K – 12, seniors, and individuals with special needs. For more information, visit www.mpaart.org.
About the McLean Art Society
The McLean Art Society, Inc. was organized in 1955 by a group of artists in the McLean area for the purpose of bringing together local artists to share their interests, enrich their experiences in art, and make creative contributions to their community. The society has grown to include a variety of media: watercolor, oils, drawing, pottery, printing, photography and sculpting.