EPIC | Illustrations by Gareth Hinds

This exhibition featured watercolor illustrations from Gareth Hinds’s graphic novel adaptations of the epic poems, The Iliad and The Odyssey. Hinds uses traditional and digital media to create vivid depictions of the action and emotion in each epic. His dynamic color palettes and careful details differentiate the numerous gods and heroes. Read more

Landscapes of Myth and Memory

Paintings and Drawings by Glynnis Fawkes Show Dates: November 15, 2017 – February 16, 2018 Closing Celebration Friday, February 16, 6:00-9:00 pm The event included a talk by the artist and a performance of new ancient music for Euripides’ Helen by John Franklin and the Green Mountain Halcyonids. Overview From November 15,… Read more

From the Depths of the Salt Sea

This exhibit imagines encounters with the Nereids, the daughters of Nereus, who were divine inhabitants of the sea as described in Iliad 18.35-69. These Nereids appear as anthropomorphic figures seemingly at home in the water but obscured for the viewer above the surface by the distorting reflections and refractions of their natural medium. Read more


Tripod, sculpture and photograph by Felicia Glidden Presented by the Washington Sculptors Group and the Center for Hellenic Studies May 27-October 15, 2016 Micro-Monuments showcases 32 small-scale sculptures which explore monuments as a universal idea in art. The exhibit features work by members of the Washington Sculptors Group of Washington, DC. Read more

Donovan | Sapphographs

December 12, 2015 – October 2016 Fifteen large-scale, pigment prints on archival paper on exhibit in the main hall of the library Organized in cooperation with Govinda Gallery curated by Christopher Murray and M. Zoie Lafis Admission: Free Visiting hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-12pm and 2pm-4pm For… Read more