The Spring Student Exhibition will open on Tuesday, May 10, from 4 – 7 p.m. in the Technology Building.
This exhibit features drawings, paintings, designs, sculptures, and ceramics selected by the art faculty, representing the range of work created in the program.
Andrew Dickenson and Brandon Gorin create an awe-inspiring video that blends mystical music scores with digital artistic vision to carry the viewing audience down a path of enlightenment.
The Elkton Station Gallery to highlight the work of Port Deposit native Kellie Huller.
Exhibition reveals how powerful the digital medium has become.
Artwork is meant to be disturbing in the viewer’s minds, so current generations are uncomfortably aware this is happening in the environment.
Culmination of student work on display in 2021 Spring Capstone Exhibit.
The Kirsh Law Firm has been a big supporter of higher education for decades, helping to provide internships and creating opportunities for the next generation.
Erica Jones speaks out on social injustice through her artwork.
In the face of a global pandemic and civil unrest, this exhibit reveals the power art has to unite, heal, and connect.