See Public Displays of Innovation in the Works in Progress Gallery through January 18, 2015.
Our three visual art galleries serve as a stage for local, regional, national and international artists, providing a world for the artist and viewer to explore and expand new and unrealized ideas. Most of the art on exhibit is for sale in our galleries is available for purchase. To buy art or inquire about pricing, please visit the Terrace Gallery information desk. Visit Art Opportunities to see current calls for entries and learn how you can be part of the art at Artisphere.
The Terrace Gallery is a 4000 square foot gallery that showcases international, national and regional artists in five annual exhibits. Curated exhibits often investigate trends in contemporary art.
The Mezz Gallery promotes the work of artists and curators who live, work, study or have a studio in Arlington, Virginia as well as artists from our Sister Cities program.
The Works-in-Progress (WIP) Gallery is situated at the entrance to the Terrace Gallery. WIP exhibits feature multiple disciplines, provide the public a window into the creative process and offer critique opportunities for artists as their work evolves.
Artist In Residence Studio
Artisphere’s Artist in Residence Studio becomes a platform for a discursive, flexible exhibition, uniting the working space of an artist’s studio and an exhibition gallery, to prompt viewers to rethink spectatorship.
Audio Guide: Linda Hesh on Art Everyday
- ART ON THE ART BUS: Rachel Schmidt : Boat Journeys CIRCULATING SEP – JAN 2015
- Public Displays of Innovation: Public Art Meets Science and Technology in Ballston WED NOV 26 – SUN JAN 18
- KATHRYN LYNCH THIBAULT: TARGET EPHEMERA WED NOV 19 – SAT JAN 31 2015
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