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HCC is the temporary home to a new work by Vermont artist Jack Howard-Potter. The sculpture, BLM, is now located near the northeast entrance of the science, engineering, and technology building and will remain on campus through the summer of 2023. Comprised of galvanized and powder coated steel, BLM was created in response to the overwhelming inspiration Howard-Potter felt while witnessing protestors taking a knee across the country and globally in 2020. The college is able to host BLM through the Howard County Arts Council’s year-long exhibit, ARTsites 2022.

About ARTsites:
Now entering its eleventh year, the Howard County Arts Council's ARTsites program is meant to increase accessibility of public art within the county. Howard Community College is one of twelve sites hosting sculptures through the program this year. BLM joins three previous ARTsites pieces that are now permanent installations on campus, including The Cycle, Autumn Amber, and Basalt Man (pictured below). To learn more about the ARTsites program, visit
Learn more in this segment of "In The Spotlight."

BLM by Jack Howard-Potter


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