Arts & Cultural Programs
Stevenson University offers a wide variety of art and cultural programs. Each year, Stevenson's students, faculty and staff, and some of the region's best-known artists present entertaining and engaging art exhibits, theatre performances, and musical productions on campus enhancing campus life and enriching students' knowledge and appreciation of the arts.
A diverse collection of student and regional art is on display throughout the year on each of our three campuses. The collections rotate throughout the year to showcase talented artists and expose Stevenson students to a variety of styles and perspectives while enhancing the vibrant culture of the University.
Stevenson students work with University faculty to produce both traditional and modern shows that are open to the public. The Inscape Theatre on the Greenspring Campus offers a larger, more traditional viewing experience and the smaller Studio Theatre provides an intimate setting for each performance.
Stevenson is proud to have hosted more than a hundred art exhibitions dating back to the inaugural Art Gallery Season in 1997. Along the way, we have also curated an extensive permanent collection that can be seen across our campuses throughout the years.
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Arts & Cultural Events
- Film and Moving Image Artist-in-Residence: Ramona Diaz
- Thu Feb 11
- Owings Mills North Campus, 11200 Gundry Lane, Owings Mills, MD 21117
- J.R. Mitchell Memorial Book Talk Consider the Fork: A History of How We Cook and Eat
- Wed Feb 17
- Greenspring Campus
- Art and Visual Communication Design Artist-in-Residence: Sue Johnson
- Wed Feb 17
- Rockland Banquet Room, Owings Mills Campus