The York College Galleries are dedicated to providing opportunities to explore the visual arts in a setting that promotes learning, discovery, and appreciation. The galleries were established in 1994 as the centerpiece of the Music, Art, and Communication Center, which was rededicated in July 2006 as Evelyn and Earle Wolf Hall. Compromising two adjacent galleries, the Cora Miller Gallery and the Brossman Gallery, these exhibition spaces serve the College, the City of York, and the communities of south central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland.
Wolf Hall, First Floor
Free visitor parking is adjacent to Wolf Hall. The art galleries are wheelchair accessible. All exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public.
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
The exhibition calendar features a varied program of nationally touring exhibitions and invitational shows as well as faculty and juried student shows. Artist and curator lectures, workshops, book signings, and other events complement the exhibition schedule.
Looking for information on past shows and exhibtions? Check out our archives, which date back to 1997.
From the south take 83 North to the George Street Exit (Exit 15), proceed straight to the second light, and turn left onto Country Club Road. York College entrance is to the right, then immediately turn left into Wolf Hall parking lot. Enter through the Wolf Hall lobby and turn to the left.
From the north take 83 South to the first Queen Street Exit (Exit 16B), proceed straight to the third light and turn left onto Rathton Road. York College entrance is to the right, then immediately turn left into Wolf Hall parking lot. Enter through the Wolf Hall lobby and turn to the left.