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Horowitz Center Galleries

Photos of paintings on the gallery wall.

The Horowitz Center features two exhibit spaces. The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery is devoted to bringing quality exhibits to Howard County that reflect the diverse range of visual art in America and beyond. The Richard B. Talkin Family Art Gallery features work from artists in the college community, giving our students, alumni, and community artists the experience of organizing and presenting local art work.

Gallery Hours

DayHours
Open Daily10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

The gallery is closed if the college is closed.
The gallery administrators reserve the right to amend gallery hours for reasons of security.

The college’s top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of the college community. This includes the staff, students, artists, and patrons who participate in events presented in the Horowitz Center. Below you'll find information about what you can expect when you attend an exhibit or performance in the Horowitz Center this season.

Visit the Patron Safety page

In the Galleries

Virtual Exhibition


Artist Talks

In this series, local and national artists are interviewed by Thomas Engleman, the Director of Galleries for the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center at Howard Community College, to discuss their artistic practice, studio space, and current events.

View Artist Talk and Photos


Our Galleries

Two unique galleries. Two outstanding ways to satisfy your curiosity or feed your soul.

Under the attention of Gallery Director, Thomas Engleman, the Horowitz Center galleries at HCC reflect a diverse range of visual art in America and abroad. With over a dozen exhibitions each year, the galleries feature visually interesting, informative, and provocative exhibitions, displaying the work of nationally and internationally recognized artists. With an overarching commitment to education, the gallery staff promotes an atmosphere where students, alumni, and community artist gain experience by engaging with professional artists as well as organizing and presenting their own exhibitions.
We welcome proposals for partnerships within the community. If you have an idea, question, or comment, please email Thomas Engleman at tengleman@howardcc.edu.

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