Two unique galleries. Two outstanding ways to satisfy your curiosity or feed your soul.
The art galleries at HCC reflect the diverse range of visual art in our world. Whether you have a casual interest or you're an artist yourself, we're sure you will find visiting here time well spent. The galleries are dedicated to creating partnerships and collaborations with other departments within the college, as well as other art centers and businesses within the community. These partnerships have spawned such creations as the Columbia Festival of the Arts, Columbia Art Center, Candlelight Concerts and the music, dance, world languages and studies abroad programs here at Howard Community College.
About our galleries:
- The beautiful, glass-fronted Rouse Company Foundation Art Gallery, located in the lobby of the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center, is devoted to bringing engaging, informative and provocative exhibitions to Howard County. Each exhibit is thoughtfully selected and curated by our gallery staff to educate, inspire, and elevate the HCC Community. General admission is free.
- On the first floor of McCuan Hall, the Richard B. Talkin Family Gallery is devoted to exhibiting the artists in the college community, giving our students, alumni, and community artists the experience of organizing and presenting art work done locally. The gallery is scheduled in coordination with the director of visual arts and the art faculty when appropriate. Letters of interest from community arts organizations are welcome.
We welcome proposals for partnerships within the community, so if you have an idea, please email Thomas Engleman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Monday -Sunday||10:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.|
The gallery is closed if the college is closed.
The gallery administrators reserve the right to amend gallery hours for reasons of security.