New Art Exhibitions on Display in Howard Community College Galleries
Columbia, Maryland – Continuing the tradition of bringing compelling, dynamic, and powerful art to the greater Baltimore region, Howard Community College (HCC) is thrilled to announce the arrival of two exhibitions in the college’s galleries through September 23, 2018.
“Our Living Past,” a photographic exhibition by Tim Duffy and the Music Makers Relief Foundation, is being held in The Rouse Company Gallery, located within the Horowitz Center for the Performing Visual Arts (HVPA). In this exhibit, “We Are The Music Makers” educate and engage viewers of the cultural history of Southern traditional music through photo and audio documentation of Southern Roots musicians over the last 20 years. The exhibit was photographed and recorded by Duffy in his quest to preserve southern traditional music by partnering with the artists who make it.
Located in the Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery on the first floor of McCuan Hall is “Jennifer Hudson: Storybook.” Self-taught in cut paper art, Hudson used an X-Acto knife and her imagination to craft delicate works in 2D that display movement, texture, and dimension akin to sculpture works. Continuing motifs are foxes, wolves, delicate flowers, and lace-like structures.
Both exhibits are free and open to the public from 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily. Each exhibit will hold a reception within their gallery location at 5 p.m. on September 6, 2018. A special musical performance featuring Jacob Panic will take place in The Rouse Company Gallery.