• 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, featuring a large variety of local, regional, and national artists showing their latest works.

Current exhibitions

Catonsville Gallery

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Working Overtime, Over time

Dates: March 19th – May 19th, 2018
Reception Night: April 14th, 2 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Artist: Hal Rummel
Curators: Robert Creamer

Hal Rummel has been working overtime, over time. This impressive retrospective will look at Rummel’s photography from his start to his latest work.

For more information, please visit our Facebook Event »

Showcard image Forsters Diner by Hal Rummel

Essex Gallery

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Invisible Borders 

Dates: April 9th – June 2nd, 2018
Reception Night: April 20th, 5 – 8 p.m.
Artists: Stuart Asprey, Rafael Corzo, Ana Maria Economou, Yoshi Fujii, Misty Gamble, Sarah House, Woo-Jong Koh, Trisha Kyner, Simphiwe Mbunyuza, Sana Musasama, Edurne Otaduy, Zemer Peled, Shoji Satake, Cynthia Siegel, Anthony Stellaccio and Leandra Urrutia

Invisible Borders is an ode to clay and internationalism. Every artist you meet in this exhibition is a traveler. Some of the artwork reflects directly on the experience of travel and cultural exchange, while others testify to the international nature of our craft.”
Trisha Kyner, curator

For more information, please visit our Facebook Event »

Showcard image designed by Emilyann Craighead with work by Misty Gamble, Simphiwe Mbunyuza and Zemer Peled.

Essex Gallery

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Panel Discussion:
Global Artistic and Curatorial Practices 


Date: April 16th, 2018
Location: CCBC Essex, Arts & Humanities Hall (AHUM), Recital Hall
Panelists: Sana Musasama and Anthony Stellaccio

Please join us for a panel discussion on creating a global art practice. Award winning sculptor and Hunter College professor Sana Musasama will describe her art activism with young women in Cambodia, as well as how her own art has been shaped by a life of travel, teaching and making. Curator and artist Anthony Stellaccio will discuss his work for Artaxis.org (an international data base of ceramic artists), the Smithsonian, and other organizations. Anthony’s multi-faceted career includes exhibiting his own work, writing articles, lecturing and curating around the globe.

For more information on the artists and their work, please visit:
Sana Musasama - http://sana-musasama.com/
Anthony Stellaccio - http://keramikazi.blogspot.com/

This panel is held in conjunction with the exhibition Invisible Borders at the Gallery at CCBC Essex. The exhibition is curated by Trisha Kyner, opens April 9th and closes June 2nd. The reception will be held on April 20th from 6 – 8pm.

This event is funded in part by the Maryland Arts Council.