The Creative Alliance presents more than 20 exhibitions per year, featuring work by artists at different points in their careers who work in a range of styles and media. We look for new ways to present what they do, new artists for them to collaborate with, and innovative ways to expand the meaning of their work.
As one of the city's largest non-profit exhibition spaces, Creative Alliance's Main Gallery offers space for artists to stretch out and try new things. We aim to represent a range of artists and approaches in the gallery, featuring work that pushes the boundaries of its genre, addresses content that's relevant to our local audiences, and/or offers opportunities to engage our other departments: performance, film, education, and outreach. A significant part of the exhibition schedule derives from the resident artists who live and work upstairs, and each year we present The Big Show, our annual open members' exhibition.
Named for one of Baltimore's great sculptors and arts patrons, the gallery is located on our second floor and presents an array of exhibitions and installations which rotate frequently to allow access to as many artists as possible. Use of the gallery as a project space, incubator and facilitator of new work is encouraged. In general, exhibitions in the ARG are self-produced; artists are responsible for the bulk of installation and promotion.
Call for Amalie Roschild Gallery application coming soon.