York College Galleries


The Bound to Happen: Graphic Design Senior Exhibition is officially live.
You can view the virtual exhibition here:

Also, if you missed the Senior Presentations on Friday night, don’t despair.
We recorded the event: https://vimeo.com/538711046


The deadline to apply for the 2021 Appell Arts Fellowship is less than a month away.
Visit the Center for Community Engagement to learn more about this amazing opportunity.


The virtual exhibition is now open and we recorded the virtual reception and awards. Enjoy!


In the interest of limiting community spread of COVID-19, our main campus remains closed to the public, which means exhibitions in our Wolf Hall galleries are only accessible to the college community. Marketview Arts, on the other hand, has reopened to the public but only during the day and we will not be participating in First Friday until further notice. The new Marketview Arts hours are Tue-Fri 10AM-5PM and Sat 10AM-2PM.

For additional gallery information, please visit our official YCP site, or follow us on Instagram and Facebook.

Also, you may view our Fall 2020 Virtual Senior Exhibition by clicking on “View Show” below:

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