20 Years of Arts Exhibitions

Love's Not Time's Fool, Jim Condron. Full image below.

The visual arts at Stevenson are vital to the University because they help inspire creative thought and promote an engaged campus community. This fall, Stevenson will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the opening of the Greenspring Campus Art Gallery—and the more than 175 exhibitions that have taken place at the University since then—by featuring works from our permanent collection. This exhibition will feature a variety of paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs that will be on view in multiple locations on campus throughout the academic year.

Fittingly, during this celebratory year, the University will present an expanded exhibition series with the addition of a new exhibition space in the Academic Center on the Owings Mills North Campus, which will open for classes in August. The new exhibition space will join the School of Design Gallery on the Owings Mills North Campus as well as the Art Gallery and St. Paul Companies Pavilion on the Greenspring Campus to provide a diverse series of exhibitions and programs that enrich the cultural life at the University and enhance Stevenson’s academic curriculum.

For the latest information about all of Stevenson’s exhibitions and cultural programs, visit stevenson.edu/arts.

Love's Not Time's Fool

Jim Condron
Love’s not time’s fool
2015, Oil on linen, Painting
74" x 80"
Gift of the Artist