Category Archives: Exhibit


2022 July 17: The MPA Photo Exhibition

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2021 Jul. 18 – Reception – Sisters Their Creative Journey

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MPA: BWI Exhibit

If you’re near BWI in the next few weeks, swing by the gallery and take a look. This MPA show includes at least 2 Arundel Camera Club images as well.

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Phillips Mill Photography Exhibition

Now entering its 27th year, the prestigious Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition is proud to announce that Emmet Gowin will be our juror this spring. We would like to make sure that all your club members […]

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2019 Jan. 6: Library Exhibit

Every Year we hang an exhibit at the Glen Burnie Library. Each club member brings three images that are printed, matted, framed, and wired – ready to hang. This year we will hang the exhibit […]

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2018 Dec. 18: NYC Cyanotype Photography Exhibits

On Tuesday December 18th a few members will be traveling to New York City all day for two Cyanotype photography exhibits at the New York Public Library. One exhibit highlights the life and works of […]

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2018 Feb. 7: Anne Arundel County Public Library Letter of Appreciation

In appreciation for our annual club exhibit at the Glen Burnie Regional Library, we received a very nice letter of appreciation.

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2017 Nov. 12: Mark Your Calendars for a Gallery Show!!

Arundel Camera Club is one of the founding members of the new Maryland Photography Alliance (MPA). MPA’s first photography contest has been completed, and over 70 images are going to be on display at the […]

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In the Groove: Jazz Portraits by Herman Leonard

This exhibition from the collection of the National Portrait Gallery features Leonard’s iconic images of jazz legends such as Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday, The lonious Monk and Sarah Vaughan. This exhibition […]

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Documentary Reflections in Photoworks’ “Mirror to the World” | Washington City Paper

In case you haven’t had a chance to go and see it for yourself, here is a review of the gallery show that features our very own Brian Flynn at Glen Echo Park’s Photoworks. The […]

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