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York College Galleries

The York College Galleries exhibit the works of national and international professional artists, as well as YCP's own student artists. Gallery spaces include the Cora Miller Gallery and the Brossman Gallery in Wolf Hall and Marketview Arts in Downtown York.

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Showcasing the Work of Artists from Around the Globe — Right Here at Home

York College's dedicated art galleries provide opportunities for students, employees, alumni, and community members to explore the visual arts in a convenient, learning-centered environment. Through an ongoing rotation of exhibitions and lectures, publications, and other educational resources, the York College Galleries offer insight into a broad range of artistic styles.

The galleries on the College's main campus — the Cora Miller Gallery and the Brossman Gallery — were established in 1994 as centerpieces of Evelyn and Earle Wolf Hall. These spaces host solo and group exhibitions from guest artists, faculty, and students. Programming is also available at Marketview Arts in the Downtown York arts district. All events are free and open to the public.

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Where Art Meets Academic Discovery

"Artists talk about everything...We are by nature interdisciplinary." -Matthew Clay-Robison, Director of the York College Galleries

Contact Us

York College Galleries

Evelyn and Earle Wolf Hall
Phone: 717.815.6622