Galleries & Theaters

elkton station art gallery
  • A white ceramic sculpture.
  • A self-portrait of a woman.
  • A geometric sculpture.
  • A self-portrait of a man.
  • A ceramic fairy sculpture with chains.
  • A painting of a paintbrush.
  • Three ceramic sculptures of different heights.
  • A black and white photograph of a dandelion.

Campus and Gallery Closures

Due to COVID-19, the Cecil College art galleries are currently closed. Recent and current exhibits are virtual and can be found online. We will be posting updates as they occur at Thank you, and be well!

Milburn Stone Theatre

The Milburn Stone Theatre is the largest public venue of non-academic participants on Cecil College’s campus. The safety of our guests, staff, artists, and all who enter, are our first and greatest priority. Therefore, in keeping with current CDC recommendations, Milburn Stone Theatre has cancelled all performances through February 28, 2021.

Milburn Stone Theatre is planning to reopen in March of 2021 with Songs for a New World. Please continue to visit Milburn Stone Theatre’s website for the most current information. You may also call the Box Office at (410) 287-1037. Please note that the Box Office is operating remotely at the present time.

Art Galleries

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.

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

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Elkton Station Gallery

Address: 107 Railroad Ave. Elkton, MD 21921
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

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 collections of their work through Capstone Exhibits at the Elkton Station Gallery.

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

Pottery Sales

Each semester, students participate in the Art and Design Exhibit & Pottery Sale. Ceramics students help organize and create artwork for the pottery sales, which are held in conjunction with the Art and Design Student Exhibits opening receptions at the Elkton Station Gallery. Proceeds from the pottery and gallery sales benefit art students.

Spring Exhibit Calendar

Date and Time Show Information

Virtual exhibit opens February 5, 2021

Lifelong Learning Student Exhibit

This exhibit will feature artwork from the Lifelong Learning Program at Cecil College. This mixed media exhibit is created by artists of all ages.

Virtual exhibit opens March 5, 2021

The Feminine Face of Dreams, Myths, and Terrors

Goddess, queen, witch, angel, nasty woman, crone; whatever the label, however the story is told, within such perceptions lies means of limitation, control, and power. Artists journey into those cultural perceptions and mine the embedded messages.

Virtual exhibit opens April 2, 2021

Landscapes of Place and Mind

Jo Pinder: A tribute to teachers and mentors from fifty years of art instruction.

Virtual exhibit opens May 7, 2021

Art and Design Student Exhibit & Pottery Sale

Drawings, painting, 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.

Virtual exhibit opens May 12, 2021


This Photo a Day Challenge brought together a diverse group of photographers with the shared mission of making and posting an image every day, using the Facebook platform. In the midst of a global pandemic, the project was a daily creative outlet that connected members even as they worked apart.

Milburn Stone Gallery

Address: 1 Seahawk Dr. North East, MD 21901
Hours: Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Additional Hours: The gallery is also open to the public 3 hours before scheduled performances at the Milburn Stone Theatre.

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.

Two performers on stage.

Performing Arts Theaters

Milburn Stone Theatre

Address: 1 Seahawk Dr. North East, MD 21901
Box Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

The Milburn Stone Theatre at Cecil College is proactive in fostering and supporting excellence, education and appreciation of the arts, while striving at all times to become the premier theatrical house in the region for our audience, whatever their age or interests.

Theater, music, dance and art are proudly brought to Cecil County by the Milburn Stone Theatre. The Milburn Stone is the leading performing arts theater serving the northeast region of Maryland, conveniently located off exit 100B of I-95.

For more information about upcoming shows or to buy tickets, visit

Performing Arts Hall

Address: 107 Railroad Ave. Elkton, MD 21921

At Cecil College, our vision for the arts is to present opportunities to inspire, create and achieve. A key participant in the Elkton Arts and Entertainment District, the Elkton Station Performing Arts Hall features music and theatre performances, guest artists and special events. On nearly every weekend, you can find extraordinary performances by faculty, students, community members, and visiting artists.

See upcoming events for the Performing Arts Hall at Elkton Station.

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