Arts & Culture

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49th Annual

Holiday Art + Pottery Sale

Art + Design students, faculty, and staff sell their one-of-a-kind ceramics, prints, photography, jewelry and more. Proceeds benefit the TU Foundation and participating artists. 

Dec. 9, 3-9 p.m. | Dec. 10, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.

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Theatre Arts

A Monster Calls based on the novel by Patrick Ness, directed by Tavia La Follette

A Monster Calls is a coming-of-age tale about a 13-year-old boy, who must face his own imagination, in a world that is crumbling around him. Wisdom to face such a battle is found is in the lore of an old Yew tree—who has watched humanity evolve. The tree, a skilled weaver of tales challenges young Connor to confront his own truth.

A Monster Calls, based on the novel by Patrick Ness and inspired by an original idea by Siobhan Dowd, devised by Sally Cookson, Adam Peck and the Company.

Dec. 2- Dec. 10, 7:30 p.m.

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News & Blogs

Stories by and about TU students, faculty and alumni in the arts.

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Baltimore Watchdog

Keep up with local news produced by TU journalism students.

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Galleries & Art Spaces

Center for the Arts Gallery

Center for the Arts Gallery

Located on the third floor of the Center for the Arts, this gallery showcases some of the region’s finest artwork. Open to the public.

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Holtzman MFA Gallery

Located on the second floor of the Center for the Arts, this gallery focuses on thesis exhibitions and new work by students and invited guests. Open to the public.

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Sculpture Walk

TU’s public art collection features outdoor sculptures around campus. Begin the walk at the Center for the Arts.

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Community Centers

Support the Arts at Towson University

Your gift supports arts and culture events and programming.

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Plug Into Our Community

Get connected with the arts and culture community at Towson University. Join us for events in the College of Fine Arts & Communication planned around the theme “Humor and Satire.” Listen to podcasts as our college speaks as one voice through a multitude of experiences. 

Lighten Up: Humor & Satire About the College of Fine Arts & Communication
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Center for the Arts, Room 3038

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