Horowitz Center Galleries Open to Visitors this Fall
Howard Community College (HCC) welcomes visitors to reconnect with the arts this fall. Continuing the tradition of bringing compelling, dynamic, and powerful art to the greater Baltimore region, the Horowitz Center galleries are hosting two new exhibitions, which will be on display through November 22, 2021.
“kuomboleza” by Linnea Poole, an exhibition on the process of mourning, will be on display in The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery. kuomboleza shows works of an experimental installation that includes indigo hand dyed fibers and photography. Poole additionally exhibits a documentary short film produced in Baltimore where she collaborates with an all-woman based company, “Boob Sweat Films,” that consists of one-on-one interviews with fifteen individuals on their process of mourning. The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery is located in the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center at Howard Community College.
“Technicolor Familiar: Illustrations by E. K. McDonnell,” an exhibition of recent drawings by local artist Emma Kramer McDonnell, can be found in the Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery. The exhibition features a selection of McDonnell’s intimate, small-scale illustrations inspired by Surrealism, pop culture, and Western Esotericism. The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery is located on the first floor of McCuan Hall.