York College Galleries
The York College Galleries are dedicated to providing opportunities to explore the visual arts in a setting that promotes learning, discovery, and appreciation. We serve the students, faculty and staff, and alumni of York College of Pennsylvania; residents of the City of York and surrounding communities of central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland; and the globally connected international community of artists and academics. Through our program of exhibitions and lectures, publications and other educational resources, the York College Galleries provide space for the study of a broad range of formal approaches to visual communication and experimentation, interdisciplinary discussion of contemporary and historical issues, and the elemental contemplation of what it means to be alive.
The galleries on our main campus were established in 1994 as the centerpiece of Evelyn and Earle Wolf Hall. Comprising two adjacent galleries, the Cora Miller Gallery and the Brossman Gallery, these exhibition spaces host solo and group exhibitions featuring artists with national and international reputations, traveling exhibitions, and faculty and student exhibitions. We also provide programming at Marketview Arts, located in the downtown York arts district, where monthly First Friday exhibitions and events are held. All events are free and open to the public.
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