Inspiring and educating the community
The art galleries at the Blue Bell and Pottstown campuses are temporarily closed.
We are working to bring creative ideas and inspiration directly to you through virtual exhibitions, artist talks, and more. For questions or updates, email Patrick Rodgers, Galleries Director, at email@example.com.
Our Fine Arts Galleries serve as spaces to educate and inspire students and the community. We like to think of them as cultural hubs where artists and art enthusiasts can network and learn from one another.
Throughout the year we host a variety of exhibitions featuring professional artists and artwork in an array of genres. We offer lectures, programs, and activities related to each exhibition so that visitors can further enjoy and engage with the arts. All our exhibitions, receptions and activities are free and open to the community.
Our Fine Arts Galleries also are places where our students, faculty and alumni can display and share their artwork. We mount annual alumni and student exhibitions that highlight the quality of our Fine Arts program.
Greater Norristown Art League 80th Anniversary Exhibition
Small Wonders: A Small Works Exhibition by the Greater Norristown Art League
Enjoy 126 paintings, pastels, and other works less than 12” in size.
The 34th Annual PSEA Touch the Future High School Art Exhibition
Over 200 pieces by high school artists in Montgomery and Bucks Counties, sponsored by the PA Education Association.
Pottstown Area Artist’s Guild Winter 2020 Virtual Exhibition (winter 2021)
Sixty-seven works by 22 artists on the Pottstown art scene.
Greater Norristown Art League Virtual Exhibition (November 2020)
Greater Norristown Art League Virtual Exhibition (September 2020)
Amazing Arts Race Kids Camp (summer 2020)
The at-home version of our annual summer art camp for kids ages 7-11, in partnership with Girls First.
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Annual MCCC Student Exhibition (spring 2020)
Thirty-one talented art students from both Blue Bell and Pottstown presenting paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics, designs, 3D works and environmental art.
Located in our 26,000-square-foot Fine Arts Center, our gallery features area artists working in a variety of mediums.
Housed in a former, 19th century brewery and shoe polish factory, our Pottstown gallery is a work of art in its own right.