University of Maryland Global Campus has cultivated and grown its permanent art collections since 1978, including one of the largest compilations of works by Maryland artists in the state. Other collections feature works by international artists and centuries of Asian art, including Chinese ceramics, traditional scrolls, and contemporary Japanese prints.
Galleries and Exhibitions Closed
To protect the health of our community, students, and visitors, the Arts Program galleries and exhibitions are temporarily closed to support the effort to contain the spread of coronavirus disease. The exhibition Sharon Wolpoff: Wherever I Turn I See Light and its opening reception have been postponed until further notice. Updates will be posted as they become available.
Support UMGC's Art
Join to support art exhibitions, education, and conservation at UMGC.
Meet the community advisors for UMGC's Arts Program.
Learn where and when to see UMGC's extensive art collection.
Purchase Original Artwork
You can purchase a limited number of original, collectible works of art created by emerging and established artists from Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Proceeds will benefit the UMGC Arts Program, allowing us to maintain our collection and expand our activities to expose more people to the benefits of viewing and enjoying art.
Supporters of the Arts Program
Maryland State Arts Council
With a history of commitment to innovation, collaboration, and leadership in the arts, the Maryland State Arts Council was founded to encourage and invest in the arts for all Marylanders. With a strong record of support for artists, arts programs, and organizations, the MSAC continues its work to build an even stronger creative community across the state of Maryland.
Wolpoff Family Foundation
The Wolpoff Family Foundation is committed to attracting, supporting, and motivating established organizations that demonstrate true vision. The foundation champions organizations that create opportunities for others through learning something new, stimulating creativity, strengthening community, or advancing research.