• 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

The Galleries at CCBC

Dedicated to showcasing quality visual arts to students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community.

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

On Exhibit Now

Catonsville Gallery

art gallery show card for transmutations

Transmutations: An Artscape Gallery Network Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: July 9- September 29, 2018
Reception: July 13, 6–8 p.m. For more information, please visit our Facebook event page.
Artists: Antonius Bui, Michelle Dickson, Jenn Figg and Matt McCormack, Jonathan Latiano, Julie Simon, Peter Stern and Jowita Wyszomirska.

"Lifeforms change for better or worse. A tadpole growing into a frog, a caterpillar growing into a butterfly – all exhibit this change or metamorphosis. Without change life would not progress and grow. Like living organisms, the idea of art changes too.

In Transmutations, an Artscape Gallery Network exhibition, the artwork explores the organic evolution of forms and materials into fluid, visual translations. Works challenge the eye and mind with actual and perceived metamorphoses. "
— Anthony Rosenberger and Vernon Sydnor, student curators
Every Spring, the Art, Design, and Interactive Media Department teaches a course on Curation and Coordination. During this course, students learn how to curate a show, what it takes to manage an art gallery, and how to write a curator's statement. The students are then given access to the Soundheim entries data base and are tasked with curating an exhibition using the work of those artists. The students get to learn about contacting the artists they hope to work with, how to consider placement of artwork, and how to hang and light their exhibition. The exhibition created during this time is part of the Artscape Gallery Network, and we are proud to be part of that organization and the work that our students put into these shows.

If you are interested in learning more about this course, or taking the class, please contact Nicole Buckingham Kern at nbuckingham@ccbcmd.edu.

Dundalk Gallery

Closed until October, 2018

Essex Gallery

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Ceramic Workshop with Wesley Brown and Hannah Pierce.

September 18th, 6 - 9pm in the Ceramic Studio (Essex CLLB 105)

The Gallery at CCBC Essex invites you to w ceramic workshop/demo with Wesley Brown and Hannah Pierce.

Current Baltimore Clayworks residents Wesley Brown and Hannah Pierce will be demonstrating their ceramic techniques. The workshop is free and open to the public. This event is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org).

For more information on Wesley Brown, please visit his website at www.wesleytbrown.com
For more information on Hannah Pierce, please visit her website at www.hannahmpierce.com

Working in Progress: Alumni Residency

Show Dates: July 9 – September 22, 2018
Reception: September 21, 6 – 8 p.m.
Artists: Bernard Bagalso, Liberty Carter, Skip Chipps, Sara Hutton, Jedediah Kahl and Brianna Pleasant
Jurors: William Niebauer and Jessica Walton

The Galleries at CCBC Essex is excited to be hosting its first Alumni Residency program this summer. All the artists will be spending time throughout the coming weeks on their art; visitors are more than welcome to come in and talk to them about their progress.

Free refreshments will be served throughout the reception as we celebrate the artwork created by our alumni during the residency. For more information about the reception, please visit our Facebook event page.

To see images of the art's progress, visit out Instagram page.