The Asian Arts & Culture Center at Towson University engages the university and surrounding communities in cross-cultural dialogue through a broad range of Asian artistic and cultural experiences. Using the arts and cultures of Asia as a lens, we promote critical awareness of and civic engagement in sustaining the world’s cultural heritage. We also offer opportunities for university students to learn practical skills needed for working in non-profit cultural institutions.
The Center for the Arts Gallery is the main venue for viewing some of the region and nation's finest artwork and is a premier exhibition space, rivaling many museum spaces. The schedule includes several exhibitions each year of important living artists of the past 40 years, as well as emerging artists. The gallery is located on the third floor of the Center for the Arts.
The Community Art Center encourages individual expression while teaching new skills, ideas and techniques. Small class sizes give individual attention while encouraging students to work on different ability and developmental levels. Courses range from drawing, painting and sculpture to computer graphics and animation. The CAC offers classes for children, teens and adults.
The Towson University Community Dance Center is an extension of the Department of Dance. Its mission reflects the department’s mission of advocating “Dancing for a Lifetime.” The comprehensive curriculum, renowned faculty and highly trained instructors offer excellence in dance education for children, adults and professionals.
The Holtzman MFA Gallery in the Center for the Arts focuses on thesis exhibitions and other shows related to the MFA program showing new work by graduate students, invited students and guests from other institutions. The gallery serves as a catalyst for creating dialog in the classroom and the community. It is located on the second floor of the Center for the Arts.
The Lieberman Collection of 40 paintings, sculptures, ink drawings, lithographs, photographs and art books is on display throughout the Honors College, located in Stephens Hall in room 308. The art collection was donated to the Towson University Foundation by Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Lieberman in memory of their sons.