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Art Office
Phone: 443-907-1373
Email: cecilcollegeart@cecil.edu

 

Lauren Vanni
Professor of Art & Fine Arts Coordinator

 

Haley Miller
Studio Art & Gallery Assistant

 

College Galleries

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Mission

Our mission is to provide meaningful educational experiences with the visual arts through professional, emerging, and student exhibitions. Cecil’s art galleries present opportunities to inspire, create and achieve.

Elkton Station Gallery

Address: 107 Railroad Ave. Elkton, MD 21921
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

A key participant in the Elkton Arts and Entertainment District and the First Friday Arts Loop, the Elkton Station Gallery features monthly art exhibits and special events featuring professional and student exhibitions. In December and May, Art majors in Professional Portfolio Production present Capstone Exhibits, collections of their artwork, at the Elkton Station Gallery.

Check out our gallery exhibit schedule below. For more information about upcoming exhibits, performances​, and more, visit us on Facebook or check out our current brochure​.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

For more information about First Friday events, visit Elkton Arts & Entertainment on Facebook​.

Pottery Sales​
Each semester students participate in the Fine Arts Exhibit & Pottery Sale. Ceramics students help organize and create artwork for the pottery sales, which are held in conjunction with the Fine Arts Student Exhibits opening receptions at the Elkton Station Gallery.

Proceeds from the pottery and gallery sales are used to support awards, scholarships, workshops and events for art students.

 
Elkton Station Gallery Exhibits for 2016
Date and Time Show Info
Opening Friday, Aug 5, 5-8 p.m.​
Exhibit through Wednesday, Aug 24
Summer Sampler Exhibit

The Summer Sampler features drawings, paintings, designs, sculpture and ceramics by Cecil College students.
Opening reception Friday, Sep 2, 5-8 p.m.
Exhibit through Wednesday, Sep 28
Vivid Expressions of Life

A vibrant palette of watercolors depicting people, places and things.
Opening reception Friday, Oct 7, 5-8 p.m.
Exhibit through Wednesday, Oct 26
Quandary

"Joshua Schaefer's Quandary emerges from a place of neurosis using paint to explore the intrapersonal and interpersonal. Objects hold meaning and memories beyond utility, while portraits examine facets of personality and disquiet.""
Opening reception Friday, Nov 4, 5-8 p.m.
Exhibit through Wednesday, Nov 23
Art Program’s Alumni Art Exhibition

Come and enjoy original works from artists who have study in Cecil’s Art Program. Current and prospective students are encouraged to come and speak with the alumni about their experiences in the arts at the opening reception.
Opening reception Friday, Dec 2, 5-8 p.m.
Exhibit through Thursday, Jan 12
A Taste of the Arts: Fine Arts Student Exhibit & Pottery Sale Opening Reception

Drawings, paintings, designs, sculptures and ceramics will be on display at the Fine Arts Student Exhibit. This year’s exhibit highlights pieces selected by the art faculty and represents the range of work being created in the program. Proceeds from the pottery and gallery sales benefit art students.

Milburn Stone Gallery

Address: 1 Seahawk Dr. North East, MD 21901
Hours: Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Designed to enhance cultural awareness and to serve as an educational tool, the exhibits provide original works for viewing by students, professionals and the public.

Milburn Stone Gallery Exhibits for 2016
Date and Time Show Info
Opening Friday, Aug 19
Reception Friday, Aug 26
Exhibit through Sunday, Oct 16
Mary Targonski: In Between the Everyday

This work is a combination of photography that features both structure and architectural elements combined with carefully placed illustration that is used to direct the eye and play with visual concepts of volume and dimension. The work process is intuitive and spontaneous. There are often several versions of the same image.​
Opening reception Friday, Oct 21
Exhibit through Sunday, Jan 8
The Art of Making Art!

A collection of work that explores the relationship of producing art work and the final piece.