Past Exhibitions

And Still We Rise:
A Exhibit on Humor
The Gallery at CCBC Essex

November 1 - December 11, 2021

Curator: Emilyann Craighead

Artists: Brad Blair, Susie Brandt, Chloe Irla, Jeremy Jirsa, Donna McCullough, David Showalter, Christine Wolfe Strong, R. L. Tillman

The artists in And Still We Rise use humor in their artwork, each in their own way. Some use it to help talk about important issues by giving the viewer a gentle entry into thinking about the topic. Others use it to point out societal follies, and some just use it to provide a little levity. This exhibition hopes to bring humor into your day. 

Jump Cut
The Gallery at CCBC Catonsville

August 23 - December 8, 2021

Curator: Nicole Buckingham Kern

Artist: Amanda Burnham

A solo exhibition of Amanda Burnham's artwork at the Gallery at CCBC Catonsville.

"With these structural and symbolic motifs, I mean to suggest difficulties of navigating the contemporary world as an individual – particularly in the face of overwhelming systemic disfunction and the suspicious and contested nature of information." 

-Amanda Burnham

Frankenstein and Frankenshow
Online only virtual exhibition and theatrical performance

October 15 - December 31, 2020

Exhibition Curator: Erik Miller

Director: Brad Norris

The Galleries and the Theater of CCBC are joining together to produce a digital presentation of the student-written play of Frankenstein. Reinterpreted to be set in present-day Baltimore, the play highlights aspects of Mary Shelley’s book, such as belonging and otherness, while also bringing forth new themes like gender identity and motherhood. There will be staged readings, filmed scenes, interviews, and images of the creative processes involved in creating this Frankenstein. 

There is No Design Button
Online only virtual exhibition

August 10 - October 17, 2020

Curator: David Zobel:  

Artists: Infinito, Marcos Faunner, Diego Franco, Martin French

"Taking design from this formulaic approach and making me feel something, making me want to hang it on the wall like a piece of art, that's what design should be about."

- David Zobel, Curator