The Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus hosts a vibrant series of ongoing arts exhibits in its 9605 Building Atrium. Past exhibits have featured artists from local high schools, Leadership Montgomery, Osher at JHU, the Hispanic community via the COLORES Gallery Night, and adults with autism in partnership with the Madison House Autism Foundation. Next on the list of exhibits for JHMCC is art quilting. This art form uses traditional quilting techniques to create art objects. Practitioners of quilt art create it based on their experiences, imagery and ideas rather than traditional patterns. Quilt art generally has more in common with the fine arts than it does with traditional quilting. This art is generally either wall hung or mounted as sculpture, though exceptions exist. This year’s exhibit will feature pieces by Russ Little, Dominie Nash and Donna Radner. For more information, contact 240-297-4759 or visit web.jhu.edu.