Teen Takeover – Friday, March 27, 2020; 7:00-10:00pm
Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Solomons, Maryland will host Teen Takeover on Friday, March 27, 7-10pm.  High school-aged teens are invited to a free after-hours event just for them – no parents, no siblings– just teens!  In the Arts Building, teens will find a DJ, karaoke, dancing, trivia contest, interactive art experiences, and henna and glow body art stations.  Outside, enjoy outdoor games, a fire pit, and smores surrounded by the eerie glow of the woods.  There will be plentiful food and drink, including pizza, a sweets station, drinks, and more. Come hang out with friends and get ready to takeover Annmarie Garden!  This free event is made possible by the Watts Youth Program Fund.  For more information, visit, call (410) 326-4640, or email   

Artists in Action – March 3 -April 26, 2020; Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday Noon-5pm Sculpture Garden & Arts Center in Solomons, MD, presents Artists In Action: Temporary Studio Experience,
March 3 – April 26.  Each week, a different line-up of artists will set up temporary studios in the Main Gallery at Annmarie, where they will be working and selling their art.  This is a wonderful opportunity to observe the creative process, ask questions, and engage with working artists.  Many artists will offer hands-on activities in their space to share their creative process with visitors.  Guests can expect to see artists working in all media, including jewelry, mixed media, painting, ceramics, and more.  All ages are invited to visit during this program. For a complete schedule, please visit or call 410-326-4640.  This program is made possible in part by the Maryland State Arts Council. 

Homeschool Day: Maryland’s Bounty – Monday, March 30, 10am-3:00pm
Calvert Marine Museum and Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center are joining forces to bring Homeschool Day to Solomons on Monday, March 30, 2020, 10am-3pm. Come celebrate the bountiful harvest of Southern Maryland! Spend the day leaning about agriculture and harvesting seafood from the Bay – crops, livestock, shellfish, and more! Participate in a morning session (10am-Noon) at the Calvert Marine Museum and an afternoon session (Noon-3pm) at Annmarie Garden. Pick up a Bingo Card at the Marine Museum and complete it by looking for items at both sites. Return it to Annmarie at the end of the day for a chance to win a prize.  Learn about harvesting food from the Bay by building a boat, measuring the catch, and determining ways to help the Bay at the Marine Museum. Enhance your experience through hands-on activities. Continue the days’ activities at Annmarie with hands-on farming fun in the Nature Nook, vegetable gardening in the artLAB, and a meet and greet with Violet the Chicken!   Programs are designed for students in grades K-5, but all ages can discover something new. All activities are included with cost of admission at both sites. Pre-registration is NOT required for Homeschool Day.

She: An Expression of Womanhood – Through September 27, 2020;
Kay Daugherty Gallery, Murray Arts Building

Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center in Solomons, Maryland, is pleased to present a powerful new exhibit exploring images and experiences of woman in art, as creators, innovators, consumers, and subject matter. She: An Expression of Womanhood will run through September 27, 2020 in the Kay Daugherty Gallery. The juried exhibit features over 80 works from local and national artists. Themes. Images, and experiences are expressed in a variety of mediums, including, painting and drawing, fiber, assemblage, and sculpture. “The goal of this exhibit was to create a rich exploration of womanhood that celebrates and embraces different voices, experiences, and interpretations,” said Jessalyn Walters, Exhibits & Program Specialist.  For more information, visit, call (410) 326-4640, or email   

Southern Maryland Farming – March 14-June 25, 2020; Nature Nook, Murray Arts Building
Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Solomons, Maryland is pleased to present a new exhibit in the Nature Nook  titled, “Southern Maryland Farming,” on exhibit March 14-June 25. Come and have fun learning about Maryland farming, barns, tobacco, beekeeping and more. Explore the play pretend area, where little ones can pretend to hand-wash cloths, collect chicken eggs and more. Kids can try carding wool with a sampling of sheep’s wool. Adults will also enjoy the display of vintage and antique farming equipment and other tools and test their knowledge about what the artifacts were used for.