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) announces the arrival of two exhibitions in the college’s galleries February 3–March 17, 2019.
“Certitudes and Tittle-Tattle,“ an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Seth Goodman, is being held in The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery, located within the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center (HVPA). This exhibit draws inspiration from the social dysfunction of our times, giving power to the voices of the have-nots through a pointed political critique. Goodman’s artistic lens focuses on topical issues and divisive characters as he asks us to look past the thick static from the layers of tittle-tattle to more closely contemplate important truths that can sometimes be obscured.
Located in the Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery on the first floor of McCuan Hall is
“Super Cinematic,” paintings and sculptures by Jereme Scott. Scott focuses on the depiction of everyday objects and symbols arranged in ways that suggest the portrayal of a rich and dynamic narrative. Within these narrative artworks Scott addresses social and cultural issues that vary from understated to sensational, yet always aim to trigger the viewer’s awareness.Both exhibits are free and open to the public from 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily.