VisArts at Rockville

The visual arts center was formerly known as Rockville Arts Place.
Wen-Fri noon-9 pm Sat-Sun noon-5 pm
Through 2/22

Nancy Daly: About 286,000,000 Results

A recent MICA graduate, Nancy Daly displays her installation that challenges the viewer to look beyond the user-friendliness of online technology and consider what their participation in social media means.
Through 3/1

Laini Nemett: East of Sheridan

This exhibition showcases Laini Nemett's recent paintings and constructions, which piece together fragments of places to investigate ways of conceiving and experiencing "home".
Through 3/1


This experimental film exhibition, juried by Fred Worden, Brandon Morse and Stephanie Barber, profiles film/video artists in a series of solo exhibitions: Andrew Neumann (January 22-February 1, reception January 30 7-9 p.m.), Holden Brown (February 4-15, reception Feb. 8 3-4:30 p.m.) and Betty Boehm (February 18-March 1, reception Feb. 22 3-4:30 p.m.).
2/27 - 3/22

Nicole Lenzi: Shadow Echoes

This exhibition showcases Lenzi's latest site-specific drawing installation.
3/11 - 4/12

Joel D'Orazio: 1992 Forward

Shown in the Kaplan Gallery, this exhibition serves as a survey of D'Orazio's sculptures and paintings from 1992 until the present.
3/11 - 4/12

Shannon Collis

Canadian artist Shannon Collis's installation piece creates an interactive environment and explores ways in which digital technologies have affected human perception.
3/27 - 4/26

Jeffery Cooper

A solo exhibition of Cooper's latest wood sculptures in the Concourse Gallery.
3/27 - 4/26

Krista Caballero: All Appears Orange

Caballero, an artist who often touches upon myths relating to the American West, displays her latest installation.
4/24 - 5/24

Jowita Wyszomirska and David Brown: Iterations

Shown in the Kaplan Gallery, this two-person exhibition features the drawings and paintings of Wyszomirska and Brown.
4/22 - 5/24

Stephanie Garmey

Garmey's vignettes, which she makes from working with cut paper, drawing, encaustics, wood and glass, are displayed.
5/1 - 5/31

Jeana Eve Klein and Sara Parent Ramos

This two-person exhibition features the tiny embroidery of Klein and Ramos's porcelain sculptures.