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The Brentwood Arts Exchange and the Gateway Arts Center celebrated its grand opening on March 19, 2010. The Gateway Arts Center in Brentwood, Maryland is a space dedicated to presenting and promoting the visual arts. The center is home to more than a dozen artists’ studios, Gateway CDC’s 39th Street Gallery, and the Prince George’s African American Museum & Cultural Center’s Gallery 110. The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission’s Brentwood Arts Exchange occupies approximately one quarter of the building, featuring a gallery of changing exhibitions by regional artists, a contemporary fine crafts store, and an arts learning workshop. The Center is a place for people of all ages to meet, engage and learn about art, purchase one-of-a-kind craft objects, and explore new talents.
Gateway After Hours is free and open to the public. It is co-sponsored by the Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center, The M-NCPPC’s Brentwood Arts Exchange, and the Gateway Community Development Corporation.
Everywhere. with Roy Lewis, the Prince George’s African American Museum’s Gallery 110’s history-rich exhibition of one of the area’s foremost, and nationally significant photographers.
Spectrum: Memories of Natural Forms and Light, the Brentwood Arts Exchange’s demanding and vibrant exhibition of Ellen Baer’s post-minimalist and new-generation colorfield paintings.
Art work from the Quixote Center, in the Gateway Community Development Corporation’s 39th Street Gallery.
Open Studios. The center is home to 12 artists’ studios: ceramicists, painters, photographers, mixed-media artists…
The Gateway Arts Center is located at 3901 Rhode Island Ave. Brentwood, MD 20722. tel. 301-277-2863 / tty. 301-446-6802