Performing Arts

Music,  Voice, Theatre

Art and Design

Art & Design, Ceramics, Drawing & Painting, Graphic Design

Visual Communications

Graphic Design, Photography, Simulation and Gaming Design, Video Production, Web Design and Multimedia

If you’re interested in the arts, there’s no better place to explore your creativity than Cecil College.

Students develop creative and technical skills using state-of-the-art studios and learn from faculty who are practicing artists and experts in their fields. Internship opportunities are available for students looking to gain experience in the arts and industry. Our philosophy is that students achieve their best when developing creative, analytical and technical skills simultaneously.

Art Galleries at Cecil College

The Milburn Stone Theatre Gallery and Elkton Station Gallery host professional, emerging, and student exhibitions in monthly rotations.

Careers in Art

Students may declare multiple concentrations, creating an artistic portfolio of work for initial employment, career advancement, and/or transfer to a four-year university. A diversified curriculum stresses the development of artistic technique and critical thinking.

 

VCP Scholarships

$1,000 Kristi Eisenberg Scholarship

$1,000 Cecil College Foundation Scholarship

FREE week at VCP Summer Scholars

Online Exhibit Form  Exhibit form Doc

$750 Billboard Design Contest

The Kirsch Law Firm is providing a $750 academic scholarship for a 10’x30′ billboard design.

Cecil College Galleries

Public and student exibiting and performance space availble. For more information contact cecilcollegeart@cecil.edu

Elkton Station Gallery

(443) 907-1373
107 Railroad AvenueElkton, MD 21921
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Milburn Stone Gallery

(443) 907-1373
1 Seahawk DriveNorth East, MD 21901
Hours: Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and during theatre performances

Workshops

Tech Prep and Viscom

Student Portfolios

Before graduating, students create a body of work based on their interests and career goals. Students present their work at our annual Fine Arts and Visual Communications exhibits on campus.