Art Galleries

The Silber Art Gallery

Exhibitions mounted in the colleges Silber Gallery are part of the academic program, and visiting artists exhibiting there are invited to speak to our students in critiques, gallery talks, and slide lectures. Art majors are encouraged to apply for exhibition slots in the Corrin student gallery.

Silber Art Gallery

The Rosenberg Gallery

The Rosenberg Gallery is located in the lobby of the 1,000-seat Kraushaar Auditorium and the 225-seat Merrick Lecture Hall. Art exhibits have been mounted here since 1962, and the gallery was renovated and renamed the Rosenberg Gallery in 1982, after Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg 21. Operated under the auspices of Gouchers Art and Visual and Material Culture programs, the gallery presents five exhibits each academic year. Shows are selected around a central theme or concept. The gallery frequently exhibits artists from other parts of the region alongside Baltimore-area artists to help bring these artistic communities closer together and to promote exchange of ideas and information.

Rosenberg Gallery

The Bond Art Display Window

The Roselie Sturtevant Bond 40 Art Display Window is an installation space devoted to solo projects by artists working in video, sculpture, performance, installation, photography, and painting. The space focuses on promoting artworks that are tied into Goucher’s curriculum, presenting pieces by artists in residence, current students, and alumnae/i. 

Bond Art Display Window

The Corrin Student Gallery

The Corrin Gallery is a central, white cube gallery space located on the first floor of the Meyerhoff Art Center that is dedicated to students’ use. Students taking classes in the Center for Art and Media or Visual and Material Culture Program can apply to have a solo or group exhibition. The gallery is funded by a grant from the Lahey Fund and equipped with video projectors, monitors, and the tools necessary to mount work in a range of media. Students have exhibited works from individual research projects and class showcases, as well as by curating thematic group exhibitions. Recipients of the Spencer Award for travel and research in art and art history will have priority in the fall semester if their projects are applicable to a gallery setting. Occasionally the Art Program also presents special collaborative projects and work by resident artists and may utilize this space in a teaching capacity.

 


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Financial support and contributions provided by the Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences, the Goucher College Center for Art and Media, the Lahey Fund, and other supporters of the contemporary arts.