• Gallery exhibit at CCBC

    CCBC Catonsville Gallery, Terra/Form Exhibit
  • Gallery exhibit at CCBC

    CCBC Dundalk Gallery, Memory Like Light Exhibit
  • Gallery exhibit at CCBC

    CCBC Essex Gallery, Re-Beaut Exhibit
  • Gallery exhibit at CCBC

    CCBC Catonsville Gallery, Terra/Form Exhibit
  • Gallery exhibit at CCBC

    CCBC Dundalk Gallery, Memory Like Light Exhibit

Art Galleries

The Art Galleries, managed and curated by CCBC's Institute of Art Design and Interactive Media, feature a large variety of local, regional, and national artists showing their latest works.


Catonsville Gallery: current exhibits

show card for the catonsville art gallery titled we the people
We the People

Dates: June 26 – Sept. 22, 2017
Reception Night: Friday, July 7, 2017
Artists: Michael Borek, Hannah Brancato, Hasani Claxton, Shaunte Gates, Jackie Hoysted, Kei Ito, Rene Trevino, Fahimeh Vahdat, and Susan Waters-Eller.
Curators: Bernard Bagalso, Ariel Cornish, W. Devaul Please Change Emmett, Carmen Estenssoro, and Cecily Roberts.

We the People examines the right within the United States to protest social and political issues. We are a country founded on speaking out against injustices and the arts have continued that tradition. Although each artist in this exhibition explores unique issues, they all have the passion of protest in common.

This exhibition is proud to be a part of the Artscape Gallery Network. The curators are students of the Curation and Coordination class offered every Spring semester at CCBC.

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Dundalk Gallery: current exhibits

Dundalk art gallery show poster
Race Recounted [x] Our Voices
Dates: June 26 – October 13, 2017
Reception Night: Tuesday, June 27th, 6-8 p.m.
Storytelling Workshop: Thursday, July 27th, 5 – 7:30 p.m.
Neighborhood Voices Workshop: Wednesday, September 7th, 3 – 5:30 p.m.

“It’s about race: both the way we view ourselves, and the way others view us as racialized beings” – Juan Ortiz 
From June 26th to October 13th, Neighborhood Voices, Creative Alliance, and Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) present Race Recounted at CCBC Dundalk, an exhibition uncovering the personal stories and complexities of individual identity as expressed by community members who have participated in the Neighborhood Voices program and in exhibition-related workshops. Since its inception in 2013, the Neighborhood Voices program, its founders, institutional partners (Creative Alliance and Banner Neighborhoods), and its resident-led committee have made a concerted effort to address social tensions through conversations about race that foster public spaces for dialogue and equity. Race Recounted is a celebration of our stories, our artwork, our collectivity, and our mission to confront many Americans’ automatic response to racial inequality: to remain silent.

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Essex Gallery: current exhibits

show card for the essex gallery titled immigration
(IM)migration

Dates: July 5th – September 8th, 2017
Reception Night: Friday, July 14th, 6-8 p.m.
Artists: Maria-Theresa Fernandes, Julie Girardini, Jerry Truong, Gail Rebhan, Anna Tsouhlarakis, Fahimeh Vahdat
Curators: Bernard Bagalso, Ariel Cornish, W. Devaul Please Change Emmett, Carmen Estenssoro, and Cecily Roberts

The exhibition (IM)migration explores the issues of immigration, both voluntary and forced. Each artist tackles different aspects of the difficulties of changing nations, from the trials of travel to how to become part of the new society.

This exhibition is proud to be a part of the Artscape Gallery Network. The curators are students of the Curation and Coordination class offered every Spring semester at CCBC.

For more information, please visit our Facebook Event »