To have your work considered for future exhibits in HCAC galleries, download the following application:
Paint It! Ellicott City 2015
Congratulations to the following artists, who were selected for the juried portion of the event:
Even if you weren't juried in to Paint It!, you can still set up your easel and paint one, two, or all three days alongside other artists during the paint-out! Your work will be exhibited in HCCA's lobby during the reception and through the summer at the Howard County Welcome Center in Ellicott City.
Paint It! Ellicott City Open Paint-Out Registration Form
To pay for your Open Paint-Out registration online, click here.
Quick Draw Competition: July 11, 10am-12pm
Join us for this brand new Paint It! event. For more information or to participate, contact Chuck Gruss at Mat About You Gallery & Custom Framing at 410-313-8860 or Charles@mataboutyou.com.
Reception & Open Paint-Out Exhibit: July 13, 6–8pm
The opening reception will feature the presentation of juror awards as well as a special one-night exhibit of work created during the Open Paint-Out.
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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!
May 8–June 26
An annual showcase of recent work in a variety of media by artists with studios at the Howard County Center for the Arts.
Reliquary, David Zuccarini
Gallery II: Shimmer: Steven Durow & Jeff Hensley
Small-scale cast iron and glass sculptures by Steven Durow and paintings and mixed-media installations by Jeff Hensley.
Vastu, Steven Durow
July 13–August 21
Gallery I: Paint It! Ellicott City 2015
An exhibit featuring work created by juried artists during the annual plein air paint-out.
Secret Rooftop Barbecue, Heather Leatherman, from Paint It! Ellicott City 2014
Gallery II: Present Past
A showcase of mixed-media photography by Michelle Rogers & George Smyth
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The gallery program at the Howard County Arts Council was established to: