Arts and Galleries

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Find some inspiration, and awe at impressive works of art throughout Mountain Maryland. Plan a stop at one of our region's diverse art museums, centers, and galleries on your next getaway. See impressive collections of timeless crafts or get a hands-on artistic experience of your own at these art centers.

The non-profit Allegany Arts Council operates the Saville Gallery and the Schwab Mountain Maryland Gallery which feature monthly exhibitions of local, regional, and national artists. Located on Centre Street in downtown Cumberland, this countywide arts ad
Cumberland City Hall is a historic city hall in Cumberland, Allegany County, Maryland, United States. It was built between 1911 and 1912 and replaced the Cumberland, Maryland City Hall & Academy of Music. It is a 7-by-7-bay, two-story, stone-faced, neo-cl
The Stephanie Ann Roper Gallery is a teaching gallery on Frostburg State University's campus that exhibits a variety of artists of local, regional, and national scope.
A showcase of the arts in beautiful Garrett County, Maryland.
Best new gift shop featuring American made artisans. Gallery showcasing some of the area's finest original art and photography. All professionally framed by our in house framers.
Located in a turn-of-the-century building in the center of historic Downtown Cumberland, artist Meg Romero invites you into her studio for a behind-the-scene look at her award-winning art furniture.
Mountain City Traditional Arts is a venue in Downtown Frostburg that is dedicated to the education, sales, documentation and perpetuation of regional art and craft.
MountainSHINE Creative offers thoughtfully created regional products by over 60 regional artists including wall art, food, coffee, mosaics, kids items, body and beauty care, jewelry, pottery, apparel, sculptures, and more.
Sadieā€™s -- where gathering is an ART! -- is located in one of downtown Frostburgā€™s many historic buildings. Right on Main Street, just three doors east of the library, the building spent its first 80 years as home to a barber sho
Sherri Loomis creates custom glass mosaic panels and handmade wooden tables
Spruce Forest Artisan Village opens resident craft artists studios to the public.
A charming early 19th-century Federal mansion with six renovated galleries, an art library and landscaped gardens is the setting for a rotating schedule of art exhibits from various media and theme-oriented presentations.
The community college's art gallery showcases the talents of tristate-area artists and its own students.
Built in 1911, the Palace Theatre shows a mix of classic, independent, documentary, and foreign films, and hosts live music, plays, and speakers
Featuring the works of local artist James Grove.