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​​​​KIFA, or Kent Island Federation of Arts, was founded in 1963 as a small non-profit community organization, built on making the arts accessible to Kent Island and the surrounding environs. 

DONATIONS: MANY THANKS for recent in-kind and financial GIFTS: Ashley Bryan, Hillary Bryan, Sallie Miller, Carol Fickinger, Melissa Mackey, Diane McGahagan, Laura Connor, Rebecca Jones, Cindy Baker, Rose Wenstrup, Lee Butera, Maureen Wheatley, Melissa Craig, Marge Goethe, Mary Ann Buckley, Cindy Golding, Mary-Lynne Neil, Nancy O'Brien, Sally Prascus, Penny and Joel Purcell, Tom Rohe, and Ruth Tweedy.

We need your help to keep the Arts Alive in Our Community by your support! Please consider joining KIFA if you haven't already.

Copyright © 2021 Kent Island Federation of Arts, All rights reserved.

Kent Island Federation of Arts, Inc.

Kent Island Federation of Arts, Inc.
405 Main Street, Stevensville, MD 21666
410-643-7424 | |​​​

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Kent Island Federation of Arts, Inc.


The Kent Island Federation of Arts is funded by the Department of Housing and Community Development, Queen Anne's County Government, Queen Anne's Centre for the Arts, Mid-Shore Community Foundation, Maryland State Arts Council, United Way of Queen Anne's County, Elks Lodge 2576, American Legion Post 278, VFW 7464, local businesses, individual donors, and KIFA members.

2021 Sponsorship & Membership Drive at KIFA

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Open Thursdays through Sundays 12 to 3 

Come by and support the area artists at KIFA. 
They work hard to bring art to the community you live in.

(410) 643-7424 | NEW EMAIL ADDRESS:

Office & Gallery Hours:

Thursdays through

Sundays 12 to 3


As KIFA is staffed by volunteers, it is always best to call ahead to ensure we are open.

COVID-19 Guidelines: When KIFA is OPEN, COVID-19 guidelines and updates are posted to protect members and visitors. KIFA follows the advice of Governor Hogan and health officials on masking, social distancing, glove wearing, and sanitizing. 

Pictured: Penny Purcell. Photo by Dale Hall
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