Current Exhibitions

Playground: Constructing My Identity

Ju Yun
March 9th-September 8, 2024

Ju Yun playfully explores her hybrid Korean-American identity in the studio–her creative playground. In this space, anything goes, as she uses tinsel, pom-poms, hair extensions and her sense of humor to construct fantastical new identities.

Born and raised in South Korea, Ju Yun immigrated to the United States and earned her BFA in painting from the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington D.C. Her work has been shown in the US and abroad, including recent solo exhibitions—Evolution of Identity and Hybrid Identity–at the Susquehanna Art Museum in Pennsylvania, the Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington in Virginia, and CICA Museum in South Korea. She lives and teaches studio art to children in Chantilly, Virginia.


Amanda Love
Dec 9, 2023 – Fall 2024

Former bookbinder Amanda Love responds to book banning and the dismantlement of knowledge with Tigris, a new art installation of deconstructed books.

78th Annual Juried Members’ Exhibition

Apr 20 – Jul 21, 2024

The 78th Annual Juried Members’ Exhibition will be held earlier in 2024, from Apr 20 – Jul 21.

Make note of these other important dates:
Monday, Mar 4, 11:59pm: Deadline for entries
By Friday, Mar 15: Artists notified of accepted artwork
Friday, Apr 5, 12-6pm: Accepted artwork drop-off
Saturday, Apr 6, 9am-3pm: Accepted artwork drop-off
Saturday, April 20, 6-7:30pm: Opening reception
Sunday, July 21: Exhibition closes
Friday, July 26, 12-6pm: Artwork pick-up
Saturday, July 27, 9am-3pm: Artwork pick-up


Wright in Ohio

Thomas R. Schiff
Jun 16, 2023 - May 19, 2024

Featuring Frank Lloyd Wright homes of Ohio, this exhibition of panoramic photographs by Cincinnati photographer Thomas R. Schiff captures the spatial depth, undulating curves, and incomparable beauty of Wright’s designs.

Join us for an opening reception on Thursday, Jun 15th from 5:30-7pm. Light refreshments and drinks provided.

Celebrating Women: Female Artists from the Permanent Collection (Quinlan & Bosca Galleries)

Jul 15, 2020 – Current

Historically, female artists have been underrepresented in museum collections and are shown at significantly lower rates than their male counterparts. During the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, the Museum is highlighting female artists whose works are in the permanent collection. These works of art showcase the wide range of media, subject, and technique with which female artists have traditionally worked and demonstrate how women continue to conceptually advance the art world today. Featuring work by well-known and lesser known artists alike, this show explores artistic contributions of female artists, not only regionally, but nationally and internationally as well. Artists in the show include Davira Fisher, Frances Hynes, Helen Bosart Morgan, Aminah Robinson, Alice Schille, Kara Walker, and Stella Waitzkin, to name a few.

In addition to new art on display, the Museum has been awarded a grant from Smithsonian Affiliations. Funding for this project allows us to host a Smithsonian speaker in support of their American Women’s History Initiative taking place this year.