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Sarah Silberman Art Gallery

The Sarah Silberman Art Gallery is an educational resource of the Rockville Art Department. Its primary function is to augment, enhance, and promote the teaching and understanding of art through a diverse program of changing exhibitions, benefiting the college and the public.

The Gallery is located on the second floor of the Paul Peck Art Building on the Rockville Campus. Gallery hours during exhibitions are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. (except for college holidays).

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Upcoming Exhibits

Rockville Campus Art Building
The 56th Annual Rockville and Germantown Faculty and Staff Exhibition

September 12–29, 2023

Opening Reception: Tuesday, September 12, noon-1 p.m.

Charlotte Richardson Deppe sculpture
Rockville Art Department Collaborative Artist-in-Residence Charlotte Richardson-Deppe
Mending Rifts: Soft Sculpture as Social Practice

October 10 through November 3, 2023
Artist Talk: October 11, noon
Closing Reception:  date TBD



Portraits of Life: Holocaust Survivors of Montgomery County

November 14 through December 15, 2023
Opening Reception:  date TBD
Curated by Professor Ken Jassie

"Portraits of Life," is a documentary exhibition and educational program of the Paul Peck Humanities Institute that teaches about the Holocaust from a first-person point of view.