To have your work considered for future exhibits in HCAC galleries, download the following application:
HoCo Open 2015
Artists who live, work, or study in Howard County are invited to submit one piece of original artwork, completed in the last two years and not previously shown in HCAC galleries, for HoCo Open 2015. Artwork will be accepted on Thursday, January 8 from 4:30-6:30pm, until Gallery I is full. The exhibit will run from January 16 to February 27.
Silent Auction/Celebration of the Arts
The Arts Council is seeking artists to take part in its 2015 Juried Silent Art Auction, an essential part of the Celebration of the Arts in Howard County.
2-D, 3-D, and fine craft artists residing, working, or studying in Howard County; or HCAC members; or artists who have exhibited at Howard County Center for the Arts in the past year are invited to submit. Artists must be 18 years or older. The deadline for entries is January 30, 2015.2015 Silent Auction Prospectus and Entry Form
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The Arts Council is pleased to announce the sculptures and locations for ARTsites 2014. The following sculptures will remain in place until July 15, 2015:
ARTsites 2014 brochures are available for pick-up at the Center for the Arts. A pdf version is available below:
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Check out the Exhibits at HCAC!
September 5—October 17
Gallery I: Building Perspectives
Work by five artists — Ashley DuRoss, Lillian Bayley Hoover, April Rimpo, Robert Tennenbaum, and K. Velis Turan — whose explorations of constructed spaces and urban landscapes produce unique and often abstracted works.
Lillian Bayley Hoover, Overhead Crane
Gallery II: Kaleidoscope
Katie Chen's brilliantly hued mixed-media works are paired with Bernard Zubrowski's mesmerizing kinetic sculptures.
Bernard Zubrowski, Nested Circles
October 31–December 12, 2014
Gallery I & II: Art Maryland 2014
A multi-media statewide juried exhibit featuring work selected by guest juror Julia Marciari-Alexander, Executive Director of the Walters Art Museum.
George L. Smyth, The Braddock Project – 7
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The gallery program at the Howard County Arts Council was established to: