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HCC is the temporary home to Futural Eyesoulation, one of a dozen sculptures on display throughout the county as part of the Howard County Arts Council's year-long exhibit, ARTsites 2020. Now in its ninth year, ARTsites provides public art within the community. Howard Community College has participated in the ARTsites program since its inception. Futural Eyesoulation joins three permanently-installed ARTsites sculptures on campus. The piece will be on campus through summer 2021 and can be enjoyed by community members walking, jogging, or biking along Campus Drive near the crosswalk connecting Hickory Ridge and Howard Hall. 

Photo: Created by artist Anthony Heinz May, Futural Eyesoulation was constructed from a locust tree and given a new life.

Created by artist Anthony Heinz May, Futural Eyesoulation was constructed from a locust tree and given a new life. Working in natural materials, May aims to explore relationships between nature, humans, and technology. Learn more about the artist in this segment of "In the Spotlight," now on YouTube. 
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For more information on the Howard County Arts Council’s ARTsites program, including a list of the other twelve Howard County sites participating this year, visit http://hocoarts.org.

Affinity 5ARTsites 2018 "Tidal Reach" by Bobby Donovan August 2018 - July 2019
ARTsites 2019 "Affinity 5" by Jeff Chaytte
located at the north entrance to the SET Building
 
ARTsites 2018 "Tidal Reach" by Bobby Donovan August 2018 - July 2019
ARTsites 2017 “Blue Planet” by Hanna JubranARTsites 2016 "Basalt Man" by Glenn Zweygardt
ARTsites 2017 “Blue Planet” by Hanna Jubran

ARTsites 2016 "Basalt Man" 
by Glenn Zweygardt
Permanently installed at HCC's Café on the Quad

ARTsites 2015 "Sea Glade" by Cathy PerryARTsites 2014 "Sunbeam" by Catherin Hoskinson
ARTsites 2015 "Sea Glade" 
by Cathy Perry
 
ARTsites 2014 "Sunbeam" 
by Catherin Hoskinson
ARTsites 2013 "Autumn Amber" by Glenn Zweygardt permanently on campus in the South Moxley GardenARTsites 2012 "The Cycle" by Hanna Jubran Permanently on campus on the Horowitz Center North Patio

ARTsites 2013 "Autumn Amber" 
by Glenn Zweygardt
permanently located in the South Moxley Garden

ARTsites 2012 "The Cycle" 
by Hanna Jubran
Permanently installed on the Horowitz Center North Patio
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