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The Emerson, Atrium and Ramp Galleries at the McLean Community Center

  • Address:
    McLean Community Center
    1234 Ingleside Ave.
    McLean, VA 22101
  • Phone:
    (703) 790-1953
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Considered one of the area’s most highly respected visual arts centers, the McLean Project for the Arts (MPA) presents exhibitions of contemporary art in its three galleries: the Emerson Gallery, the Atrium Gallery, and the Ramp Gallery, located within the McLean Community Center. Admission to exhibits is free, and the galleries are fully accessible to visitors. In addition to art exhibitions, McLean Project for the Arts also offers art classes, school programs, gallery talks, special events, and the annual MPAArtfest, held each year in the adjacent McLean Central Park on the first Sunday of October.Located in the McLean Community Center hosting exhibits year round.