Peter and Elizabeth Horowitz
Visual and Performing Arts Center
The Peter and Elizabeth Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center opened in the fall of 2006 and quickly became a cultural hub for Columbia and greater Howard County. Over the past decade, more than 360,000 patrons have attended events in the center’s three performance venues and two exhibit spaces. In that same time, over 80,000 students have taken classes in the Arts and Humanities Division, profiting from these wonderful facilities.
As an educational and production venue, the center offers community members the opportunity to engage with the arts as patrons and as students. Featuring state-of-the-art instructional facilities for the college’s Arts & Humanities Division, the center serves credit and noncredit students studying visual and performing arts. Home to three performance venues and two art galleries, the Horowitz Center annually welcomes more than 50,000 patrons to performances and exhibits at the student and professional levels. Through a combination of resident and partnership programming, the Horowitz Center seeks to promote a life-long relationship with the arts, enhancing the cultural climate of Howard County and stimulating growth amongst the faculty, students and guest artists whose talents are realized in the college’s performance and exhibit venues.
- Horowitz Center Resident Organizations
- Our Partners in the Arts
- Venues and Classrooms
- Seating Charts
- Arts Education
- Horowitz Center Contacts
Thank you to the following organizations who general program support makes our presentations possible.