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

artwork for becoming 2020 gallery exhibit
Becoming 2020
January 13 - February 21, 2020

Reception: Friday, February 21, 6 - 8 p.m.
Artists: Abbie Coffman, Tania Gonzalez, Zakiyyah Greene, Sienna Hare, Jasmyne Harris, Narai Henderson, Kendell Jordan, Caroline Pence, Rebecca Quias, Alexis Randolph, Nora Reinhardt, and Honilette Verzosa. 

This juried exhibition showcases the best work created by the students of the Portfolio class. The Portfolio class is the capstone course for the art majors of CCBC and is designed to help students create bodies of work for professional portfolios.

There will be free refreshments served throughout the evening. The Art, Design, and Interactive Media Department will also be hosting the Open Studio during the same time. The hallways and classrooms of the department will be open and displaying the student works created in the Fall 2019 semester. Visitors are encouraged to explore the area and see the work created by our talented students.

For more information, please visit our Facebook Event Page.
Follow along with the progress of our artists at our Instagram page.

Dundalk Gallery

Currently closed. Check back for updates.


Essex Gallery

artwork for discomfort gallery exhibit
Discomfort 
January 6 - February 28, 2020

Reception: Thursday, February 27, 6 - 8 p.m.
Artists: Muqaddas Azam, Emilyann Craighead, Kameron Jones, Nicole Buckingham Kern, Trisha Kyner, Joey Liu, Doug McNamara, Osvaldo Mesa, Erik Miller, Ashley Reinhardt, Jonah Tanenbaum-Vogler, and Abigail Wolfe

Discomfort is an open-studio based exhibition featuring artists from the ADiM community, including faculty, staff, and students. There are artists working independently and others in collaboration to produce artwork inspired by the idea of discomfort. Studio space is set up inside the gallery for each participating project.

Visitors can explore the temporary studio spaces and examine the work being created. If there is an artist at work, visitors can ask them questions about their work and process. The reception on February 27 will be a celebration of the work created during the exhibition. Free refreshments will be served throughout the evening.


For more information, please visit our Facebook Event Page.