Art Galleries

Between September and May, the college hosts art exhibitions in a variety of media and styles by students and regional and nationally celebrated visual artists. Exhibitions are held in three locations at the Washington Road campus:

The college also hosts opening receptions for selected exhibitions, which are open to the public and college community. 

Exhibitions are free. For additional information about the college’s art exhibitions, please contact the Gallery Director, Maggie Ball, at 410-386-8256.

 

Schedule of Exhibitions: Spring 2014
 

Gallery in the Scott Center

Visit during normal college operating hours except holidays.

Monday - Thursday  9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday  9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Sunday  Closed


The Art of Anuradha Das: Breaking Boundaries, Voices of Hope

Sunday, March 16 – Friday, April 25
Reception: Sunday, March 16, 2 – 4 p.m.

Anu Das was born in India. For the past two decades she has been making prints, artist books and mixed media fabric and paper pieces, which deal with the social and cultural issues of women such as fertility, childhood, marriage, widow-hood and raising awareness among women in a patriarchal society.

Her work transcends geography to include women who are affected by conflicts on the borders of any country and who suffer from isolation, displacement, physical and psychological abuse, and disabilities. Her recent work addresses the diversity and profound nature of these struggles through the use of nearly extinct folk-art and the rich colors and textures of her birthplace, Orissa.

Das’s mission is to communicate a sense of the positive in the midst of crippling violence inherent in the lives of so many Indian women and to assist them into the mainstream so that they can be emotionally, physically and economically independent. She continues to work with her late brother’s Center for Disabilities in India where women design and sell their folk art, keeping the art alive and their dignity intact.

Das received her Bachelor of Arts from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. She resides in Maryland with her family where she continues to make art and be a voice of hope through her exhibits.

 

Babylon Great Hall

Visit during normal college operating hours except holidays.

Monday - Thursday  7 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Friday and Saturday  7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sunday Closed


Con Artists, Original Art by Continuing Education Art Faculty

Sunday, Feb. 23 – Friday, March 21
Reception: Sunday, Feb. 23, 2 – 4 p.m.

This highly diverse exhibit will feature the art of 14 dedicated art instructors whose service to teaching and learning has been the bedrock of cultural community outreach in Carroll's non-credit area.

Each of these skilled artists brings the creative energy of their life’s work to the classroom. They each continue to make art in their own business, studio and classrooms, both locally and regionally. Impressive academic credentials and long histories of exhibition experience, make these folks exceptional arts professionals. Carroll is proud to present this exhibit in our most public and inspirational gallery space, The Babylon Great Hall. Painting, pastel, collage and photography mix it up in this lively exhibit that is the real thing!

The Con Ed art faculty includes Sarah Abel-Deluca, Chris Amman, Al Arnold, Walt Calahan, Joseph Paul Cassar, Leslie Chesley, Ken Ecker, Cathy Gilleland, Kelly Heck, Daniel Humphries-Russ, Shirley Lippy, Jennifer Littleton, Jeff Sharp and Steve Solomon.
 

All He Had to Say: The Paintings of Richard Neubauer, A Memorial Exhibit

Sunday, April 6 – Friday, May 16
Reception: Sunday, April 6, 2 – 4 p.m.

Self-taught artist, Richard Neubauer has said all he could say. Although his passing in September 2013 left his friends and family devastated, they and we are the inheritors of his passion and persistence.

A draftsman at AlliedSignal after serving in the Korean War, Neubauer worked into retirement painting the portraits of hundreds of retirees. His love of the classical art form and literature drove him to read much and study the manner and styles of Masterworks in the National Gallery, a favorite haunt for his research. Many of Neubauer’s people and landscapes are inspired by the classics and have the warmth and ease of Dutch genre paintings.

Described by his family as “a stand-up father and down-to-earth guy,” “Uncle Dick” was loved by many and both helpful and humble. Carroll is pleased to present this body of work in memory of a beloved regional artist whose art graces many walls in York County, PA. Watch a conversation with Neubauer

 

Langdon Family Gallery

Visit during normal college operating hours except holidays.

Monday - Thursday  7 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Friday and Saturday  7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sunday  Closed


Youth Art Month

Sunday, March 2 – Thursday, March 20
Reception: Sunday, March 2, 1 – 3 p.m.
 

Carroll Community College Student Work
Monday, April 28 – Friday, May 16
 
 

 

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