Mitchell Art Museum at St. John’s College

Mitchell Art Museum at St. John’s College

The Mitchell Art Museum at St. John’s College. Image credit: Courtesy of St. John’s College.

Annapolis, Maryland
United States
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Founded in 1989, the Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Art Museum is one of only five art museums in Maryland accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. The museum is located in Annapolis, the state’s capital, and is part of St. John’s College (founded in 1696). St. John’s College is the third oldest college in the United States and is known as one of the country’s premier liberal arts colleges due to its distinctive Great Books curriculum. Undergraduate and graduate students read more than 200 classic texts across dozens of subjects and discuss them with faculty in small, seminar-style classes. The museum’s program, inspired by the college’s distinct learning culture, has been recently reenvisioned as a place to ask pertinent and urgent questions about the human experience through art and with extraordinary artists. All its exhibitions and most of its events are free and open to the public.

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